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Event | Cyber-Insecurity RESCHEDULED

This event is hosted by the Digital Humanities Initiative and the Global Studies Program. Cyber-Insecurity: Everything You Ever wanted to know about Encryption but were Afraid to Ask Tuesday, April 18th, 7:00pm Orozco Room (712), 66 West 12th st. With the safety of journalists and activists becoming less certain and international cyber attacks on the […]

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Get Ready for NYCDH Week!

DHWeek is a celebration of the Digital Humanities in New York City and features networking sessions, a DH community meeting, open workshops offered across the city, and social events. This year DHWeek will be held from February 6-10 and we are excited to offer another amazing year of workshops and talks for all skill levels. A few […]

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Institute for Public Knowledge

Call for Papers | Summoning the Archive

Call for Papers | Summoning the Archive: A Symposium on the Periodical, Printed Matter, and Digital Archiving NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge May 11-13, 2017 Organizer: Meghan Forbes, NYU and UT-­Austin Keynote Speaker: Jenna Freedman, Barnard The printing and distribution of the avant-­garde magazine, illustrated weekly, and underground zine have developed in the twentieth century […]

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DHI’s 2016 “Favorite Things” List

Today is December 7th. Before you know it, snow will have caked the sidewalks of our city and red-ribboned boxes will have appeared beneath our trees. So in the spirit of giving, we thought we might share with you our go-to guide for the holiday season––that is, our favorite digital tools, apps, and gadgets for […]

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Platform Cooperativism: Building the Cooperative Internet

From the University Events Page: Friday Nov. 11th, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 10:30 PM Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang College Almost unnoticed, in the gaps and hollows of the digital economy, a new economy is emerging that follows a different ethical and financial logic. Platform cooperativism, as it has come to be called, is an […]

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How to Think Like a Humanist about Information | Public Lecture

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Bob and Sheila Hoerle Lecture Hall, University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue, UL105 The methods and practices of the humanities and humanistic social science disciplines have the power to transform our understanding of information and computation, while computational methods and quantitative approaches now offer new paths […]

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Take Charge of Technology for a Successful Semester

Information Technology, Student Success, Libraries and Archives, Distributed and Global Education, Registrar’s Office, and Human Resources and Finance are jointly offering a faculty session, “Take Charge of Technology for a Successful Semester”. This session will provide you with the opportunity to ask questions about technology tools, systems, and services used for teaching and learning at […]

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You Go, New School Archives!

This week, the New School Archives and Special Collections announced that “Over seven thousand text, audio and moving image documents” have now been added to the Digital Public Library of America. The New School Archives & Special Collections documents the rich histories of the New School, Parsons and Mannes, with particularly strong collections in the areas of […]

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Be a Part of the Healthcare Hackathon

This message is taken from a University-wide announcement.   Graduate students and undergraduate seniors at The New School are invited to participate in Hack Health: A New School Hackathon to Re-imagine Health, Healthcare, and Digital Solutions Friday through Sunday, Oct 21-23. In this three-day workshop, participants of various disciplines will work together in small teams […]

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Video: Gay American History @ 40

Last May it was the great pleasure of the DHI to help organize the Gay American History @ 40 Conference, a celebration of the fortieth anniversary of Jonathan Ned Katz’ seminal LGBT text, which inaugurated the birth of a whole field of writing on radicals, sexual subversives, leaders, and ordinary people incognito or under persecution in the […]

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