Stanford University
Tooling Up for Digital Histories
Tooling Up for Digital Histories is a collaboration between the Spatial History Project and the Computer Graphics Lab at Stanford University and many others to compile and create new tools for digital and spatial research in the humanities.

Please visit and contribute to the project's new homepage: "humanities 3.0" at, with essays and links to digital tools authored by Andrew Robichaud and Cameron Blevins.

This project is supported by a generous grant from the Presidential Fund for Innovation in the Humanities at Stanford University. We have also collaborated closely in this project with Mapping the Republic of Letters, another interdisciplinary research project supported by the presidential fund, and with Nicole Coleman, the academic technology specialist in the Stanford Humanities Center.

Spatial History