Digital Humanities and the Visual: A Special Themed Issue of the Visual Resources Association Bulletin

  • Maureen Burns IMAGinED Consulting
Keywords: digital humanities


Introductory comments from the editors to a special, guest-edited issue on the digital humanities and the visual.

Author Biography

Maureen Burns, IMAGinED Consulting

Maureen Burns is an information professional with over 25 years of experience developing and managing teaching resources of analog and digital images at UC Irvine, the Getty Villa, and CSULB. Presently working on a consulting basis, through IMAGinED, Burns is handling sales for Archivision and is partnering on a CSU Archives Japanese American history digitization project as well as other image-focused work. With a doctorate in Educational Administration from the UCI/UCLA joint Leadership program, Burns provides editorial support for the electronic Journal for Learning through the Arts and works as a project coordinator for a UCI NSF K-12 arts integration professional development grant. She is currently serving as the Chair of the VRA's Southern California Chapter and Content Editor for the online VRA Bulletin also participating in the work of VRA’s Slide and Transitional Media Task Force, Financial Advisory Committee, and International Chapter. She is a past VRA president and past director of the VRA Foundation.

Letter from the Editor(s)