Sharon Setzer, Paul Fyfe and Sharon Joffe — three of the project members working on the virtual reconstruction of Queen Victoria’s lost garden pavilion — presented their work in a poster session at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria, Canada, in June. The project is a joint collaboration between the Department of English (project members: Tony Harrison, Sharon Setzer, Paul Fyfe, and Sharon Joffe) and the Department of Art and Architecture (project members: David Hill, Andrew McCall, and Christopher Isley). For more information on the project, please visit the project website: http://pavilion.wordpress.ncsu.edu/.
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