Category Archives: Presentation

Putting the Census in Place

“Putting the Census in Place,” presented at The 1940 Census: A Public Roundtable Discussion, Digital Humanities Lab, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, April 10, 2012 Abstract: Aggregated census data has been important in establishing the character of Harlem as

Putting the Census in Place

“Putting the Census in Place,” presented at The 1940 Census: A Public Roundtable Discussion, Digital Humanities Lab, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, April 10, 2012 Abstract: Aggregated census data has been important in establishing the character of Harlem as

Putting Harlem on the Map

“Putting Harlem on the Map,” presented at the Australian Society of Archivists, ACT Branch, Canberra, March 29, 2012 This paper examines Digital Harlem and what it reveals about the kind of place Harlem was in the 1920s. The site employs

Putting Harlem on the Map

“Putting Harlem on the Map,” presented at the Australian Society of Archivists, ACT Branch, Canberra, March 29, 2012 This paper examines Digital Harlem and what it reveals about the kind of place Harlem was in the 1920s. The site employs

US Identity & Exceptionalism

“U.S. Identity & ‘Exceptionalism’,” presented at the Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Canberra, March 22, 2012 This presentation addresses the social and cultural factors that have played defining roles in shaping the political culture of the

US Identity & Exceptionalism

“U.S. Identity & ‘Exceptionalism’,” presented at the Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies, Australian Defence College, Canberra, March 22, 2012 This presentation addresses the social and cultural factors that have played defining roles in shaping the political culture of the

Putting Harlem on the Map

“Putting Harlem on the Map,” presented at Digital Humanities Australasia 2012, Canberra, March 30, 2012 Abstract: This paper examines Digital Harlem and what it reveals about the kind of place Harlem was in the 1920s. The site employs a database

Putting Harlem on the Map

“Putting Harlem on the Map,” presented at Digital Humanities Australasia 2012, Canberra, March 30, 2012 Abstract: This paper examines Digital Harlem and what it reveals about the kind of place Harlem was in the 1920s. The site employs a database

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda, and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” presented at the Department of History Research Seminar, March 19, 2012. Abstract: From the late nineteenth century until the 1930s, American employers hired private detectives to go

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda, and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” presented at the Department of History Research Seminar, March 19, 2012. Abstract: From the late nineteenth century until the 1930s, American employers hired private detectives to go

Private Detectives & Privacy

“Private Detectives and Privacy,” presented at Surveillance and/in Everyday Life Conference, University of Sydney (February 20, 2012) | More Presentations

Private Detectives & Privacy

“Private Detectives and Privacy,” presented at Surveillance and/in Everyday Life Conference, University of Sydney (February 20, 2012) | More Presentations