This event showcases the work done by the Brine and Polonsky Digital Humanities Scholars in 2016. The projects represent a wide range of disciplines, and a vibrant diversity of topics (e.g. text encoding; visualization; mapping), on which the graduates have collaborated with faculty mentors over summer 2016. Cosponsored by the Graduate School of Arts and Science.
Brine Digital Humanities Scholars* and Polonsky Digital Humanities Scholars**
Kris Minhae Choe: "Digital Aponte: Writing, Painting, and Making Freedom in the African Diaspora" Regina Harsanyi: "Artist Archive Project: David Wojnarowicz Knowledge Base and Website" Lia Kramer: "documenting computer-based artworks in the collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum"
Irene Soto: "Mapping Coins: A Visualization of Economic Integration in 4th-Century Egypt" Yanoa Pomalima Carrasco: "Inka Road System: history and voices of a living heritage"
Cherrie Kwok: "TEI and Literature: Encoding the 'Michael Field' diaries" Jonathan Armoza: "The New Fascicles"
Josh Krutchen: "The Interface Experience: 40 Years of Personal Computing" David Sugarman: "The Map Precedes the Territory"
* Funded through the generous support of the Jessica E. Smith and Kevin R. Brine Charitable Trust.
** Funded through the generous support of the Polonsky Foundation
Associate Director of Digital Humanities, NYU
Moderators: Deena Engel
Clinical Professor, Department of Computer Science, NYU
Associate Professor, Department of English, NYU