This project has mapped and geolocated New York City studios, photographer’s residences, and suppliers as a means of understanding the initial development of the first major photographic business centers and the economic development of historic photography.
This workshop featuring the development firm Collective Access will explore how software tools can efficiently support project-based learning.
Please join the NewYorkScapes working group at NYU for an informal happy hour to share ideas for the group's events and activities for the coming year.
Students in the digital humanities graduate course “Mapping Archives: Cultural Geographies of New York City” will present their projects from Fall 2014.
Join us along with other research and discussion groups at the NYU English Department Working Group Open House! Representatives from NewYorkScapes will be on hand to present upcoming events, share projects in progress, and to sign up new members to
Jo Livingstone, a fifth-year in the English PhD program, will circulate a sample from her dissertation, "Middle English Imperial Romances and Landscape of British Nationalism."
Nicholas Wolf is a research data management librarian at NYU Data Services, affiliated faculty of Glucksman Ireland House, and subject specialist in Irish Studies for NYU Libraries. He received his PhD in history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his
Come hear about an ongoing effort to extract over a million entries documenting the New York City's from its historic city directories for public use.
NYWalker is a distributed project that aims to develop a rich database of places mentioned in various novels.
This project explores the collective REPOhistory’s inaugural project, the Lower Manhattan Sign Project (LMSP). The LMSP was a public installation of temporary, site-specific historical markers consisting of 39 signs in 36 locations by 49 members in 1992. The intent of