A new edition of Trish Baer's wonderful MyNDIR (My Norse Digital Image Repository) has been released. The collection now includes 273 beautiful images of Norse myths, along with contextual information and metadata.
Edition 3.14 of Dr. Kim Blank's steadily-evolving site Mapping Keats's Progress has been released, with new additions to the Gallery of Keats images and the list of Selected Criticism, as well as updates to the narrative for 1794, 1816, 1817, and 1818.
Including interactive maps in Humanities projects has become quite common, making the discovery and storage of spatial data an integral part of a project’s workflow. As most of our Geo-Humanities projects store spatial data in TEI XML, Vertexer has been created to generate data formatted (using TEI XML or GeoJSON) for easy insertion in to an external document.
Check it out at https://hcmc.uvic.ca/people/greg/vertexer