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
Join NewYorkScapes for a two-day symposium exploring culture, place, and digital methods. Featuring workshops on data and digital pedagogy, art installations, film screenings, and panels. Register now!
Daniel London is a doctoral student in History at NYU. He researches the changing ways urban public spaces in America have been built, imagined, and experienced during the early twentieth century, and how these changes have impacted their capacity to
Danny Jauregui is Associate Professor of Art at Whittier College. His work looks at historical trauma, queer erasure, and queer mark-making. Among his projects is Disguised Ruins, a map-based documentary featuring queer spaces in Los Angeles.
David Sugarman is a doctoral candidate in New York University’s Department of English. His research focuses on urban theory and American intellectual history. His fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Carve, Origins, The Santa Fe Literary Review, Tablet, and Textual
The Digital Almshouse Project captures the experiences of Irish-born patients admitted to New York's Bellevue Almshouse between 1845 and 1852.
A class project for the Spring 2018 "Media History of New York" Media, Culture, and Communication class taught by Moacir P. de Sá Pereira
What happened to the residents of city houses-turned-museums after they moved out?
Grace is a doctoral candidate in English and American Literature at New York University working in the intersection of contemporary literature (especially as it represents dislocation, immigration, and race in the context of North American urbanism), information experience design, and
NewYorkScapes is hosting an informal happy hour discussion about scholarly writing in online environments.