Associate Professor of Digital Humanities
Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Education: AB University of Chicago; MA/PhD Princeton University
Research Areas: late medieval court culture, Mediterranean studies, multilingual corpora analysis, spatial humanities
David Wrisley is a comparative medievalist and digital humanist. His research straddles the domains of late medieval court culture, Mediterranean studies, multilingual corpora analysis and the spatial humanities. He founded and organized the first digital humanities training institute in the Middle East in Beirut in 2015.
David Wrisley's research interests include European and Mediterranean Middle Ages; digital humanities; spatial humanities; digital textual studies; location-based inquiry; participatory mapping; digitally curated landscapes; comparative literature; Francophone literature; Arabic literature; medieval love theory (Islamic and European).