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: Ahmed Ansari, Elaine Ayers, Tega Brain, Andrew Spielman, Maria Cabrera Arus, Lauren Kehoe, Jacob Remes, and Ellen Noonan DH Graduate Student Fellows: Hadas Binyamini, Nuala Caomhanach, Lynn Chenel, Fatma Deniz, Ayami Hatanaka, Antonio Musto, Allegra Rosenberg, Helen Stec, Oscar Stuhler, Ryan Zohar
Moderated by Jojo Karlin, Digital Scholarship Specialist, Digital Scholarship Services, NYU Libraries
This event is co-sponsored by NYU Center for Humanities, NYU Libraries, and NYU Research and Instructional Technology .