Welcome! This is a UCLA Digital Humanities project that analyzes the Schoenberg Manuscript Database to bring
new insights about the use of Latin and vernacular language in Germany, and the key events that motivated the changes.
The map in the header shows the overall trend of language distribution between the 8th and 18th century.
Curious about the specifics? Take a timeline tour through Medieval Germany by clicking play below!
Curious about the specifics?
Take our full tour through Medieval Germany by clicking Play below!
Or get more information about a specific key event!
Lead for content research, compilation, and editing.
Koto Stan Kuboi
Lead for Web Design and Development (implemented and integrated all the different tools and frameworks, and designed the final site interface, visuals, and layout), and Mapping. Team member for data cleaning and analysis.
Researched and wrote the narrative for the Black Death and Great Famine. Compiled and finalized the About Page.
Wrote content on Gutenberg Printing Press and Protestant Reformation and formatted previous project milestones.
Lead UX Designer
Designed information architecture, initial low-fidelity prototypes, and implemented server-side and front-end technology supporting Bootstrap templates and mapping tools.
Data + Visualization Specialist
Lead for data cleaning, analysis, and visualization. Team member for mapping.