Triplett, Edward. “Viewshed as a Measure of Landscape-Scale Influence and Intrasite Partitioning on the Medieval Iberian Frontier.” Chapter in forthcoming volume drawn from the 5th international Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology, edited by Stefano Campana and Maurizio Forte. Springer (2015).

Chunko, Betsy, and Edward Triplett. “Digital Humanities and Medieval Studies: The Plan of St. Gall as a Case Study on Shifting Pedagogical Concerns.” Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching 21 (2014).


Viewshed Analysis at Multiple Scales: GIS Methods on the Medieval Iberian Frontier Landscape and 3D Intervisibility at a Reconstructed Fortress-Monastery
The Age of Sensing: 5th International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology, Duke University, 2014
• Awarded Best Conference Paper
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Viewshed Analysis at Multiple Scales: Investigating a Contested Medieval Frontier Through the Remotely Simulated Eyes of Iberian Military Orders
Digital Methods for Military History: Northeastern University, Boston, MA, 2014

Computer Vision
Panel: The Future of Graduate Education, Part 1: The Digitally Informed Dissertation: New Questions, New Kinds of Research
American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 2014

Boggs, J. et al. Realigning Digital Humanities Training: The Praxis Program at the Scholars’ Lab. Poster presented at Digital Humanities 2012, Hamburg, Germany (July, 2012).

The Immediate Architectural Consequences of Las Navas de Tolosa
Panel: “The Eight Hundredth Anniversary of the Battle of Las Navas: The Military Aspects” Sponsored by De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History
International Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, 2012

Permeability and Polemics at the New Headquarters for the Spanish Military Order of Calatrava
Encountering the “Other” in the Medieval World: Textual Examinations of Resistance and Reconciliation Across the Traditions, 500-1500
Sacred Leaves Graduate Symposium: University of South Florida, 2010.