Scholarly Community

From its outset, the Temporal Modelling Project has worked to establish and interact with a wide community of scholars and computer scientists. To that end, we have sponsored a weeklong seminar on time in a humanities context, gathered and made available on the Web a set of readings and images related to temporal conceptualization, founded a research group (SpecLab) dedicated to the creation of innovative tools for humanities computing, and presented our work in a number of academic venues. Project research reports are included in another section of this site. Here you will find documentation of the project's relation with and service to its community.

 about the project | scholarly community | prototype design | research & reports | PlaySpace 2002/3 

Contact Bethany Nowviskie for more information.