Lisa Dieckmann, Bettina Pfleging, Georg Schelbert and Thorsten Wübbena (Eds.)
Dimensionen | Disziplinen | Digitalität | DatenComputing in Art and Architecture
20 years ago, prometheus was launched as a distributed digital image archive for art history and image-based disciplines, marking a fundamental step for the digital transformation in the respective subjects. Since then, the contours of a future digitally supported science have become clearer. The Digital Humanities are expanding the methodological field of the humanities, interdisciplinary collaboration to answer research questions is increasingly gaining acceptance, and the establishment of a National Research Data Infrastructure is laying the foundations for a science system in transition.
The 2021 anniversary conference discussed the transformation of the sciences under four perspectives (4D) and deliberately went beyond the subject boundaries of art history.
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Lisa Dieckmann, prometheus, Kunsthistorisches Institut, Universität zu Köln (Digital Humanities, Digitale Kunstgeschichte)
Bettina Pfleging, prometheus, Kunsthistorisches Institut, Universität zu Köln (Digital Humanities, Digitale Kunstgeschichte)
Georg Schelbert, Institut für Kunst- und Bildgeschichte, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, (Digital Humanities, Digitale Kunstgeschichte)
Thorsten Wübbena, Leibniz Institut für europäische Geschichte, Mainz (Digital Humanities, Digitale Kunstgeschichte)