We are delighted to announce the recipients of our fifth annual NYCDH Graduate Student Digital Project Awards for 2018. The awardees are:
|Eamonn Bell (Columbia University), “A New Ground-Truth Data Set for Automatic Annotation Extraction from Musical Scores”||First Prize – $1000|
|Lucia Motolinia Carballo (NYU), “Electoral Accountability and Local Public Goods: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Mexico”||Second Place (tied) – $500|
|Katy Gero (Columbia University), “Visualizing Sonority to Augment Poetry Writing”||Second Place (tied) – $500|
|John Clegg (NYU), “African American Civil War Soldiers Project”||Honorable Mention|
|Chris McGuinness (CUNY Graduate Center), “Performing Musical Transcription: Participatory Pedagogy through Digital Audio Workstations”||Honorable Mention|
About the NYCDH Student Digital Award: First offered in 2014, the NYCDH graduate student awards are open to graduate students from the NYC metropolitan area who are pursuing DH projects. Applications are judged by a board selected from the NYCDH steering committee. Winning projects are selected based on intellectual contributions to the field, innovative uses of technology, and work plans that are clear and reasonable given the time and funding available.
About NYCDH: The New York City Digital Humanities group brings together New York City scholars from area universities and GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives, museums) institutions to share their work and collaborate with each other.
To learn more about NYCH and to join our community, see https://nycdh.org/about/