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Digital Art History
January 29, 2016

In 2011 the Kress Foundation, in conjunction with the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, sponsored a survey of the art history community to articulate the perceptions on the role of digital scholarship and its future impact on the discipline. (The study was undertaken by Diane Zorich, and may be found here.) Much has changed since then. A group debate lead by Francesca Rose of the Terra Foundation revisits the subject in the current issue of Perspective, the bi-annual journal of the Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art (INHA). Three distinct practitioners share their views - Johanna Drucker (UCLA), Anne Helmreich (Texas Christian University, formerly Getty Foundation) and Matthew Lincoln (University of Maryland, College Park).

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