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A integral part of the NYCDH agenda is supporting and building our community! To foster this initiative, the kick off event for NYCDH Week features a session of three-and-a-half minute (3:30) lightning talks that showcase a wide range of DH work done across the NYCDH community. Following is a list of presenters from 2016:

Scheduled Presenters

Name Institution Project Title Twitter Handle Project URL
Angus Grieve-Smith NYU The Digital Parisian Stage: A representative corpus of 19th-Century French Theater @grvsmth http://grieve-smith.com/
Marion Thain NYU The Victorian Lives and Letters Consortium @MarionThain https://sites.google.com/
Ellen Hoobler Cornell College Of ceramics and software: ancient Zapotec tombs given new digital life @zapotecurn digitalzapotectombs.com
Caroline Catchpole METRO Culture in Transit: Creating a mobile digitization service @DigitizeNYC http://www.mnylc.org/cit/
Liza Harrell-Edge The New School Challenges Integrating Curatorial/Interpretive Content with “Straight” Digital Collections @lizahar http://digitalarchives.library
Eric Lease Morgan University of Notre Dame Text mining JSTOR, EEBO, and the HathiTrust @Ericleasemorgan Http://planet.infomotions.com
Eric Lease Morgan University of Notre dame Analysis of fine art through digital image inspection @Ericleasemorgan Http://planet.infomotions.com
Walter Perry Fiduciary Automation Precision Digital Law (Like Precision Medicine) @weperry
Augustus Wendell & Burcak Ozludil NJIT Visualizing Spaces of Madness: An Ottoman Asylum
Emily Fuhrman Columbia University Spatial Text: Mapping Indexicality in Walter Benjamin’s _The Arcades Project_ @xxzvx emilyfuhrman.co
Nathan LaFave NYU Language Attitudes Toward New York City English on Twitter https://sites.google.com/
Scott Zukowski Stony Brook University Pedagogy and the Digital Humanities: Creating Authentic Learning Experiences http://arcg.is/1N4amu8
Anders Wallace CUNY Graduate Center Seduction By Design: Masculinity, Pickup Artists, and the Uses of Social Media in Virtual Social Skills Training Communities
Jonathan Reeve Columbia University Building the Collaborative, Open-Source Critical Edition of James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man in TEI XML @j0_0n https://github.com/
Heather Hill Fordham University Exploring Place in the French of Italy @HeatherVHill https://heathervhill.
Boyda Johnstone Fordham University Hook & Eye: Feminist Blogging in the Academy @boydajosa http://hookandeye.ca
Aaron Plasek Columbia/NYU On the notion of “Best Available”: experimental humanities as pedagogical practice and ethical investigation @aaronplasek http://aaronplasek.com