The broad, interdisciplinary field of Digital Humanities includes computationally engaged research and pedagogy, digital publication, and humanistic interrogation of technology. Featuring five faculty-led projects as well as ten graduate student projects, this showcase collectively represents the impressive range of current DH research at NYU.
Featuring Seed Grant Recipients:Michael Ralph,Thomas Jacobs,Tom Augst,Janet Bunde,Gavin Beinart-Smollan,Hilke Schellmann, Graduate Summer Fellows: Jubilee Marshall, Daniel Joslyn, Bryan Zehngut-Willits, Alijan Ozkiral, Jackson Smith, Georgios Tsolakis, Jonathan Armoza, Lauren Busser, Ada Petiwala and moderator Ben Schmidt, Director of Digital Humanities
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This event is co-sponsored by NYU Libraries and NYU Research Technology