The research projects presented here each draws on a different set of data from very different cultural backgrounds. In each case, the data sets are in process of creation with the future goal of making the data itself public along with the results of our research.
The projects each have their own page with a longer description, follow the links (below) or the drop-down menu (above) for a fuller explanation.
- Caesarius of Heisterbach and Network Analysis (Helen Birkett)
- Couriers in the Crown of Aragon (Adam Franklin-Lyons)
- Letters of the Datini Company (Adam Franklin-Lyons)
- Lost and Stolen Objects in 18th-century London (Stephanie Koscak)
- Mapping Accommodation in Medieval England (David Gary Shaw)
- Episcopal Travel in England (David Gary Shaw)
- The Friars Settlement Project, (David Gary Shaw)
- Law Courts and their Mobility (David Gary Shaw)
- The Mobile Word: Letters and Networks (David Gary Shaw)
- Geography in the Chronicle of Theophanes (Jesse W. Torgerson)
- The Constantinople Palimpsest Project (Jesse W. Torgerson) is a blended research/pedagogy project