MapScholar Project Wins NEH Grant
MapScholar project receives 3-year NEH Grant to Help Scholars Publish Digital Map Collections
Faculty: S. Max Edelson
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded Corcoran Department of History Associate Professor S. Max Edelson and Bill Ferster, a senior scientist at the Curry School of Education and SHANTI (Sciences, Humanities and Arts Network of Technological Initiatives) a three-year, $297,116 grant to develop MapScholar, an online interactive tool that allows humanities scholars and students to combine digitized maps from disparate humanities collections to generate dynamic visualizations for use in online scholarly publications. Follow this link to read the full UVa Today article on the MapScholar project and grant.