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Blevin Shelnutt
Blevin Shelnutt is a PhD candidate in English at New York University and teaches courses in literature, media studies, and writing at NYU and Ramapo College of New Jersey. Her dissertation explores a nineteenth-century fascination with New York City’s Broadway
Bodies in Transit
A transcription and data modeling project centering on the NYC Municipal Archives bodies in transit ledgers, this ongoing work looks at the individuals and officials at the heart of public health in the city in the second half of the
Charlie Moffett
Charlie is a data science graduate student with five years of professional experience delivering platform solutions for SMBs, enterprise clients, and government partners. He is also a Prototyping Fellow at NYC Media Lab and LC Labs Innovation Intern at the
Christina Thompson
Christina Thompson is graduate of NYU’s Draper Interdisciplinary Master’s Program, now known as the Center for Experimental Humanities, where she focused on digital humanities. She also completed an Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies. Christina currently works as a historical interpreter
NewYorkScapes Community Meeting and Happy Hour
Please join NewYorkScapes for our annual informal community meeting and happy hour to kickoff 2018-2019, provide updates on our shared projects, and plot future directions for the coming year.
Culture Mapping 2018
Are you interested in applying digital tools to the interpretation and visualization of cultures, geographies, and urban experience? Come share methods and motives with NewYorkScapes, a research community exploring spatial humanities and urban cultures.
Call for papers, projects, and works-in-progress Culture Mapping 2019: Migrations April 12-13, 2019 @ NYU Washington Square Featuring keynote speaker Liz Rodrigues, Humanities & Digital Scholarship Librarian, Grinnell College Deadline: March 1, 2019 Submit a proposal Critiquing a tendency in the
Culture Mapping @ NYU
How might digital technologies help enable new ways of conceptualizing history, visualizing place, and mapping culture? NewYorkScapes presents a one-day symposium on the use of digital tools in the study of urban cultures. A series of panels, workshops, and project