Mapping Cicero’s Letters : Digital Visualisations in the Liberal Arts Classroom

Micah Myers describes the project ‘Mapping Cicero’s Letters: Digital Visualizations in the Liberal Arts Classroom’: A team comprising of classics faculty member, instructional technologists, and undergraduate students create digital visualizations of ancient Mediterranean travel narratives and investigate them as reflections of the geospatial and travel-related conceptions of ancient authors and audiences. The project therefore represents an ideal combination of content and method: its primary learning aims are increased student facility with tabular data, data visualization, ancient Mediterranean geography and travel, and late Republican Roman history.

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