MIT Visualizing Cultures

The Visualizing Cultures website was launched at MIT in 2002 “to explore the potential of the Web for developing innovative image-driven scholarship and learning”.  It includes essays with visual narratives which incorporate postcards, archival photography, prints, and more.

The content currently focuses on the early modern history of Japan and China.  Click on “Explore Content Now”, and then move your cursor over the blocks to see the various topics.

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