This project recovers the history of New York City’s House of the Good Shepherd, the largest Magdalen asylum operating in Manhattan during the 19th century.
Inquisite is a tool for collaboratively organizing and analyzing research data using proven techniques developed for archival management and social networks.
Irish Speakers & the Empire City is a collaborative endeavor to try to identify and record the household information of residents of New York City born in Ireland who claimed Irish (Gaelic) as their mother tongue on the 1910 census.
Dr. Rowe is an interdisciplinary researcher fostering collaborations that leverage computer science and applications of data acquisition, storage, security, modeling, visualization, analysis and interpretation into research, education and entrepreneurship. His research has involved digital libraries, educational technologies, and modeling and visualization
Jeremy Rowe presents a digital project that uses geolocation as a tool for understanding the economic development of historic photography.
Kristen earned a B.S. in secondary education from Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), where she concentrated in English literature and history. She continued her education at the University of Delaware (Newark, DE), where she received an M.A. in English literature. Kristen
Laura Fisher of Ryerson University in Toronto will be discussing a digital and public humanities project that geolocates literary and historical texts on a map of New York City.
Mapping the Text will be held on Saturday, 21 April 2018 in conjunction with the annual CultureMapping@NYU event hosted at NYU Libraries on Friday, 20 April and sponsored by NewYorkScapes.
Moacir P. de Sá Pereira is a Faculty Fellow in the Department of English at New York University. He holds a Ph.D. in English and Literature from the University of Chicago. Prior to receiving his Ph.D., he served as Lecturer in the Department