Digital Rome

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Digital Rome: Visualizing Ancient Roman Urbanism in North Africa

Project Director: Tom Morton, Swarthmore College

Digital Rome had four foci: an examination of Roman architecture and  urbanism, delving into the complexities of North Africa during the Roman Empire, critical discussions regarding the use of digital modeling in architectural and urban studies, and the actual digital modeling of the Roman cities. In part, this grant supported student digital liaisons for the Fall 2014 course “Digital Rome.” The digital liaisons helped student teams in and out of the classroom, especially with SketchUp, the free, digital modeling software that will be used in class.

View the poster, created by students Aaron Jackson (Swarthmore), Brionna Verse (Swarthmore), and Siyang You (Bryn Mawr), below.

Swarthmore_Digital Rome-Fall 2014


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