Maps, Networks, and Art Markets: Doing Digital Art History

Monday, March 30th, 2015, at 4:15pm in Usdan 108. A talk with Pamela Fletcher,┬áProfessor of Art History and Co-Director of the Digital and Computational Studies Initiative, Bowdoin College. How and why did galleries run by dealers become the standard way to sell art? Professor Fletcher considers the invention of the commercial art gallery in London … Read more

Thomas Uses CT Scans, Computer-Aided Visualizations to Study and Teach Microfossils

Ellen Thomas, Research Professor of Earth and Environmental Studies, is featured on the News @ Wesleyan blog. “Up until recently, Thomas taught students about microfossils through microscope studies and by showing text book illustrations and images embedded in slide presentations. But with support from the National Science Foundation, Thomas and her peers were able to … Read more