Rafael Alvarado and Allison Bigelow discuss the Multepal project, which focuses on decolonization and the digital humanities through encoding the Popol Vuh, the Mayan book of creation, and other indigenous texts. Their research connects the humanities to data science by framing digitization and data design as interpretive acts that can have far reaching consequences for our understanding of history and society.
Digital Edition of the Popol Vuh: https://multepal.github.io/app-aanalte/xom-all-flat-mod-pnums-lbids.html
Multepal Project: https://multepal.spanitalport.virginia.edu/
Multepal GitHub: https://github.com/Multepal
Mining Language by Allison Bigelow
10/01/22 • 47 min
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