Table of Contents: Issue Twelve

Kimon Keramidas and Ellen Prokop

Art and Architectural History and the Performative, Mindful Practice of the Digital Humanities
Alison Langmead

Hunting for Weave Matches: Computation in Art Scholarship
C. Richard Johnson, Jr. and William A. Sethares

Animated Shadows on Virtual Stone: Ancient Sundials in a Gallery Setting
Sebastian Heath, Rachel Herschman, and Christine Roughan

Teaching Renaissance Workshop Practice as Network Analysis
Elizabeth Alice Honig

3-D Modeling in the Urban Classroom: Using Photogrammetry for the Study of Historic Architecture in Coral Gables, Florida
Karen Rose Mathews, Amin Sarafraz, and Chris Mader

Of Software and Sepulchers: Modeling Ancient Tombs from Oaxaca, Mexico
Ellen Hoobler with Arturo Hernández Jr., Ve’Amber Miller, and Catherine Quinn

Doing Digital Art History in a Pre-Columbian Art Survey Class: Creating an Omeka Exhibition Around the Mixtec Codex Zouche-Nuttall
Lauren G. Kilroy-Ewbank

Views from the Field

Digital Developments in 2010s for an Art History Student and David Wojnarowicz
John B. Henry

Wandering Volunteer Park
Naraelle Hohensee

Issue Twelve Masthead

Issue Editors
Kimon Keramidas
Ellen Prokop

Managing Editor
Alessandro Zammataro

Anne Donlon
Anke Geertsma
Jojo Karlin
Michelle A. McSweeney
Benjamin Miller

Staging Editors
Lisa Brundage
Anne Donlon
Laura Kane
Benjamin Miller
Teresa Ober
Danica Savonick
Luke Waltzer

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