Noel Lenski, Professor of Classics and History
The goal of this project is to integrate data assembled from ancient sources on the forced migration and resettlment of peoples into the Roman Empire in the period between 200 BCE and 800 CE.
This project requires software expertise in ArcGIS in order to assist with the production of a digital map structure that charts the date, size, causal factors, distance, durability and frequency of these events.
A preliminary set of GIS maps has already been completed but help is needed to develop:
Estimated time commitment: 75 hours
Closing date: June 22, 2018
Total project budget: $2600
Contact: Noel Lenski
This project is funded with a Digital Humanities Lab Seed Grant.
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