Matthew Lincoln, PhD Art History and Digital Research

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I am the digital humanities developer at the at the dSHARP lab at Carnegie Mellon University, where I collaborate with scholars to plan and implement computational approaches to humanities research.

My current book project with Sandra van Ginhoven uses data-driven analysis to illuminate patterns in the history of the art market and collecting. (Forthcoming, Getty Publications)

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Upcoming Public Appearances

Department of Art History
Princeton University: October 16, 2019 - October 17, 2019

Collections Data Hack-a-thon at the National Gallery of Art
Washington, DC: October 24, 2019 - October 25, 2019

Sawyer Seminar: "Information Ecosystems"
University of Pittsburgh: February 6, 2020 - February 7, 2020


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