Digital Humanities

We explore the effects of digital technologies in the humanities to make data more accessible to the public and provide new answers to previously analysed topics in the fields of heritage and urban history.
We deal with digitized and born-digital materials, developing digital tools to research, manage, analyse and present historical data with a focus on cities.

The research ‘Mapping Hispanic Modernity. Cross-border Literary Networks and Cultural Mediators (1908-1939)’ sets the grounds for a new approach exploring transnational processes of cultural transformation. Directed by Diana Roiz Sanz (UOC), this project proposes an innovative investigation in modernist studies:

The web portal History at Work is a semiannual  addressing professionals and students interested in modern architecture’s masterworks. The display of analytic materials –made from a triple vision: graphic and three-dimensional (plans and models), critic and descriptive (texts) and associative