The Census Joins CORDH

The Census Joins CORDH

We are very pleased to announce that the Census project has become a member of the inter­na­tional consor­tium CORDH, Consor­tium for Open Rese­arch Data in the Huma­nities.  This group brings toge­ther rese­arch insti­tu­tions committed to deve­lo­ping shared...
New Census x Hertziana Fellowship

New Census x Hertziana Fellowship

The program “Art History in a Global Context” at the Biblio­theca Hertziana – Max Planck Insti­tute for Art History and the “Census of Antique Works of Art and Archi­tec­ture Known in the Renais­sance” at the Institut für Kunst– und Bild­ge­schichte,...
Census Semantic Data Models published

Census Semantic Data Models published

In 2021–2022, George Bruseker and Denitsa Nenova of Takin.solutions have been coor­di­na­ting the Census data with the semantic frame­work used most often for cultural heri­tage data, the CIDOC-CRM. More speci­fi­cally, they have been aligning the Census data with the...
RSA Dublin, 4.2022

RSA Dublin, 4.2022

At the Renais­sance society of America meeting in Dublin, Ireland on 2 April, 2022, Kath­leen Chris­tian and Cammy Brothers co-chaired a double-session on the topic of “The Anti­qua­rian Drawing as a Site of Crea­tive Inven­tion.” The event marks one of the...