The utilization of computer technology applied to historical artifact investigation has opened a number of locked doors despite numerous concerns by critics. Through the use of computer technology, both scientist and historians now have the ability to perform in-depth investigations into aspects surrounding various questionable historical occurrences. However, some critics feel the application of computer technology could bring unwanted answers to some historically significant events.
In this paper I will introduce my research by initially giving a brief background into the evolution of computer technology applied to historical investigation. Through the explanation of various technological tools of the trade, I will attempt to justify computing technology’s practicality through examples such as; finding lost history, science vs. religion, solving mystery, and historical preservation.
Year Manuscript Completed
Senior Project Advisor
Dr. Robert Pilgrim PhD
Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree
Field of Study
Valentine, Austin and Valentine, Austin Jr., "ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE COMPUTING AGE" (2017). Integrated Studies. 65.