This page should be a growing list of resources you find relevant and want to share with your classmates as you research your themes and objects. Please annotate your source with the theme it is connected to and add a brief description of why it is useful.
British Museum, “The Museum of the World,” British Museum and Google Cultural Institute, https://britishmuseum.withgoogle.com/ (accessed April 1, 2016).
“The Museum of the World” is a digital timeline that uses points for objects based on time and continent. When you select one of the points, it shows the objects and its connections to other objects on the timeline. It also gives the option to learn more about the object. “The Museum of the World” relates to the visualization design that we read about for class on March 29, as well as serves as an example of a digital exhibition.
Adam Benkato, “Sogdian Bibliography” via Academia.edu: http://www.academia.edu/7170156/Sogdian_Bibliography (Accessed May 8, 2016)
I just found this bibliography (sorry that this isn’t useful for the BGC students at this time). It is a bibliography of Sogdian related articles, books, etc. arranged by theme. It focuses mainly on texts and inscriptions. If you need more sources in the way of grammar, language, and script, all arranged by sub-categories (i.g. Christian Texts or Ancient Letters), this bibliography should help steer you in the right direction.