The Lazarus Project is a multi-spectral imaging project. It envelopes smaller initiatives that span many geographical locations and time periods. In the past, recovery efforts by students, consultants, and directors have discerned new scholarly information on French, Welsh and Italian manuscripts from the Medieval era. They have in the past and continue to work with some of the world’s leading museums, libraries and research institutions including the Folger, the New York Public Library, the National Library of Wales, and Cambridge. Current projects examine American, English, Japanese, and Continental European letters, poems, maps, paintings, and palimpsests.
PI: Dr. Gregory Heyworth, Associate Professor of English and Textual Science