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Where did the artists of 18th-century Paris live and work? Which city neighbourhoods formed the cultural geography of the early modern art world? And how did those geographies change between the seventeenth century and the eve of the French Revolution?
Based on original archival research and the latest digital mapping technologies, Artists in Paris is a website of interactive maps granting access to the geographies and demographies of Paris's art worlds. Yielding new information and harnessing the exciting possibilities of digital humanities for art-historical research, this website is intended as a valuable resource for anyone studying or researching French art, or anyone with an interest in the history of Paris.
La Cartographie des Mémoires de l’Esclavage (CME) répertorie, analyse et permet d’accéder aux réseaux militants, aux associations dirigées par des citoyens et aux institutions culturelles dédiées à la mémoire de l’esclavage et à la lutte contre ses séquelles au sein de la République française.
This project explores how certain key literary texts and traditions travelled along two principal axes: a northern route that stretches from England across the Low Countries to Burgundy and the Rhineland; a southern route across the Alps to Northern Italy and out into the Mediterranean and Adriatic seas, to the Middle East.