Training for and through Research
InVisu offers young researchers in the field of visual and cultural heritage the resources, support, and guidance for the development of digital projects online through a residency fellowship training program. Resident researchers agree on OpenScience principles. Collections of visual documents resulting from a PhD research are submitted and published under CC. Corpus of images are processed with Cidoc-CRM and Arches. Websites created by InVisu are hosted by the Human-Hum platform for heritage and social sciences.
An extensive collection of Anne of Austria’s representations: political imagery, portrait theory, with insights from gender studies.
> Artemise website
About style furniture and objets d’art production in 19th century Paris.
> Beurdeley-Paris website
The Bab el-Gasous hidey-hole
A comprehensive database of funeral findings from the 21th dynasty of Egypt scattered all around the world.
> the BEG website
India Photography History
Towards a spatialized and socialized study of the photographic practice in South India.