"Digitally Mapping Eastern Europe."

Sept. 27, 2018

In late August, eight Princeton scholars - undergraduates, grad students, faculty and staff - spent a week in the town of Marburg, Germany attending an intensive workshop on digital mapping. “Digitally Mapping Eastern Europe,” co-hosted by Princeton’s Center for Digital Humanities, the Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe, and Princeton's Slavic Department, brought together nearly 30 researchers working in Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies for hands-on training in mapping tools, theoretical discussions about geospatial analysis, and investigation into the role of digital humanities in our field.



Julia Khait (PhD candidate in Musicology), and Slavic majors Leora Eisenberg and Jianing Zhao share their experiences as well.