Join this group to receive announcements about all-NYCDH activities or other news of interest to the whole community. And use this group to send such announcements. When you join, you may adjust your settings on how much email you’d like […]
A private group for members of the NYCDH Steering Group, with representation from DH centers and institutions across the city.
If you are interested in joining the steering group, please read the […]
Because of the challenge of digitally archiving performance and a long history of the implementation of media in the performing arts, there is a growing interest in the intersection of the digital humanities and the performing arts. This group will help foster growth in that interest, starting with THATCamp Performing Arts(http://performingarts2013.thatcamp.org/) on June 20 […]
Students: Post your digital humanities questions, projects you’re working on (in school, as interns, graduate assistants, etc.), what you’re learning in your classes or what you’d like to learn, lectures & conferences you plan on attending, and ideas on how we can collaborate with one another on all things digital humanities related. Faculty, academic staff, etc.: Feel free to post student-oriented […]
Started at the famous NYU Omeka/Neatline workshop of 2013, this group brings together folks interested in building digital archives and exhibits using Omeka […]
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The New York City Digital Art History (NYC-DAH) group brings together local institutions and individuals with an interest in the practice of digital art history. The NYC-DAH is an opportunity for art historians, artists, curators, conservators, students, and members of the GLAM community (galleries, libraries, archives, museums) to meet each other and share knowledge, projects, and initiate collaboration.
The immediate goal of the group is community building. Through the NYC-DH website and community activities, the group aims to connect key institutions and individuals, and build a dynamic network of digital art historians, designers and engineers.
Our first workshop took place on February 11, 2016 at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Join the NYC DAH group to get updates on the group’s activity and upcoming events.
NYC-DAH Steering Group:
Samantha Deutch, Frick Collection
Gabriel Rodriguez, Columbia University
Francine Snyder, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
Jason Varone, the Institute of F […]
This group grew out of an unconference session at the NYCDH inaugural meeting as a way for people to share ideas and resources about teaching and […]
We meet every two weeks for an informal, public colloquium consisting of 2 to 3 presenters each giving a brief 10-minute talk about the use of computational text analysis to study a particular research question. Each talk is followed by an informal 10-minute discussion between the entire assembly with the purpose of offering suggestions, advice, critiques, and new resources that may be of use to the presenter.
This particular colloquium format has been adopted to (1) help individual scholars advance their own text analysis research by harnessing the collective insights and knowledge of the NYC community and (2) to provide a forum to help facilitate discussions and collaborations between computational text analysis researchers at different universities in the NYC and the surrounding areas. The group organizers work in the field of digital literary studies, but scholars employing text analysis to work on a research problem in any discipline are happily invited to present their research.
Those interested in participating as a presenter should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief abstract about the research question you wish […]
Bringing together NYC librarians / library workers / LIS students who want to talk about the digital humanities and libraries. What does DH mean for us? What is happening locally, and how can we […]
This rotating group helps organize our annual NYCDH […]
For individuals interested in and focused on material culture as their […]
The Digital Antiquity Working Group (DAWG) is a collection of students and researchers interested in antiquity, encompassing fields such as classics, history, archaeology, philosophy, and art history.
Our ”working group” welcomes individuals who want to learn how digital tools can enrich and enhance their research projects and to meet others with similar interests. No prior knowledge of such tools is […]
A graduate-faculty working group in the Department of English at NYU. We are working on a year-long, collaborative project on the EPIGRAPH (as a trans- historical, geographical, lingual form). Learn more at […]
There have been three THATCamps in NYC (THATCamp Museums NYC at the BGC, THATCamp NY at Fordham, THATCamp Performing Arts at CUNY/Martin E. Segal Theatre Center) with a number more on the way. This group is for past and future organizers to talk about how best to run a THATCamp or other (un)conference and provide support for […]
This group is for people interested in 3D technologies. Such technologies include 3D printing and scanning as well as CAD and […]
NYCDH Q&A is a place to ask any question related to the digital humanities. Other DH Q&A forums exist, such as the ACH’s DH Q&A, but here’s a place where we can get to know participants in the NYCDH community as we help each other.
When you post a question, be specific as possible in the subject line and in the body of the post. If you’ve already considered answers to your question and decided they weren’t helpful, include that informa […]
This group is for people who are interested in the intersection of digital humanities with all aspects of music, music notation, and sound.
(This group is moderated by Anna Kijas, University of Connecticut and Nick Patterson, Columbia […]