Visual Hasluck

Visual Hasluck is a digital humanities sub-project of the Shared Sacred Sites and the Politics of Pluralism project. Visual Hasluck will develop an interactive version of Christianity and Islam under the Sultans, a milestone work by antiquarian and archaeologist F.W. Hasluck (edited and published in 1929 by his wife Margaret), and publish it as an open and expandable online resource for the spatial history of sacred sites and religious monuments in the (post-)Ottoman world. Dr Dimitris C. Papadopoulos, Columbia University PhD candidates Matt Ghazarian, and Nathanael Shelley work with Dr Karen Barkey on this digital expansion of the project.  More information on the Visual Hasluck project is available at