The Princeton Geniza Project database has been expanding access to the global Middle Ages through cutting edge digital tools since 1986.
In July 2020, the Princeton Geniza Lab began a complete overhaul of the database in a research partnership with Princeton's Center for Digital Humanities.
Two years later, the PGP–CDH partnership has successfully redesigned the research experience at both the front and the back ends. The team has restructured the project data and de-siloed the various digital components, enabling a more intuitive user interface for searching across the data and analyzing it holistically.
Please come celebrate this accomplishment with us at a virtual roundtable discussion with the PGP-CDH partnership team. We’ll present some new features of PGP v. 4, and you can ask questions about our process and outcome. We look forward to sharing this occasion with you, our community, near and far.
Auto-captioning will be provided, and the recording will be made available on our website in the weeks following. For general questions or questions about accessibility, please contact Jessica Parker as soon as possible at [email protected].
We look forward to you joining us on Thursday, Sept. 15 at 12:15 pm EST.