Humanities GIS Projects

This catalog was seeded from John Levin's Anterotesis DH GIS Projects list. We would like to improve the interface and functionality in 2016. Please contact us if you are able to help!

Vilniaus Literatūra


Virtual Morgantown


Vision of Britain



VisualEyes is an HTML5 web-based authoring tool developed at the University of Virginia to weave images, maps, charts, video and data into highly interactive and compelling dynamic visualizations. VisualEyes enables scholars to present selected primary source materials and research findings while encouraging active inquiry and hands-on learning among general and targeted audiences.
The project data comes from a simple spreadsheet, such as a CSV file or directly linked to a Google Docs spreadsheet. A VisualEyes project is connected live to the spreadsheet, which makes collaborative editing for classroom use easily accomplished.

VisualEyes was started at the Virginia Center for Digital History and was funded by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities with continued support from the University of Virginia's Sciences, Humanities & Arts Network of Technological Initiatives (SHANTI). VisualEyes is freely available for academic and non-profit use.

Where: Global

Visualizing Early Washington DC

Where: Washington DC

Visualizing Emancipation

Where: United States

Visualizing Scriptoria: Mapping Sites of Manuscript Production in Medieval Iceland

Where: Iceland

Visualizing Urban Geographies

Where: Edinburgh

Visualizing Venice

Where: Venice

Voluntary Hospitals Database


Voting America

Where: United States

Walking Ulysses

Where: Dublin