Posts Tagged: Digital Harlem

Digital Harlem, Visualization, and Data in the Humanities

On February 3, 2017, I delivered the keynote address at the 9th Annual Bridging the Spectrum Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science at the Catholic University of America. The talk, entitled “Digital Harlem, Visualization, and Data

Digital Harlem, Visualization, and Data in the Humanities

On February 3, 2017, I delivered the keynote address at the 9th Annual Bridging the Spectrum Symposium on Scholarship and Practice in Library and Information Science at the Catholic University of America. The talk, entitled “Digital Harlem, Visualization, and Data

Toward a Spatial Narrative of the 1935 Harlem Riot

“Toward a Spatial Narrative of the 1935 Harlem Riot: Mapping and Storytelling after the Geospatial Turn,” New Approaches, Opportunities and Epistemological Implications of Mapping History Digitally: An International Workshop and Conference, German Historical Institute, October 20. ABSTRACT This lecture considers spatial

Toward a Spatial Narrative of the 1935 Harlem Riot

“Toward a Spatial Narrative of the 1935 Harlem Riot: Mapping and Storytelling after the Geospatial Turn,” New Approaches, Opportunities and Epistemological Implications of Mapping History Digitally: An International Workshop and Conference, German Historical Institute, October 20. ABSTRACT This lecture considers spatial

Finding Questions As Well As Answers: Conceptualizing Digital Humanities Research

This post is a slightly revised version of a presentation I gave at the University of Florida Digital Humanities Bootcamp on January 28, 2016. It represents the current iteration of one approach I take to introducing digital humanities, providing an entry point focused on conceptual

Finding Questions As Well As Answers: Conceptualizing Digital Humanities Research

This post is a slightly revised version of a presentation I gave at the University of Florida Digital Humanities Bootcamp on January 28, 2016. It represents the current iteration of one approach I take to introducing digital humanities, providing an entry point focused on conceptual

Mapping a Riot: Harlem, 1935

On March 19, 2016, I participated in the Working Group on Interpreting the History of Race Riots and Racialized Mass Violence in the Context of “Black Lives Matter,” at the National Council on Public History Conference, in Baltimore. Prior to the

Mapping a Riot: Harlem, 1935

On March 19, 2016, I participated in the Working Group on Interpreting the History of Race Riots and Racialized Mass Violence in the Context of “Black Lives Matter,” at the National Council on Public History Conference, in Baltimore. Prior to the

Reviewing Digital History: An Exchange on Digital Harlem in the American Historical Review

The February 2016 issue of the American Historical Review includes an extended review of Digital Harlem — “Harlem Crime, Soapbox Speeches, and Beauty Parlors: Digital Historical Context and the Challenge of Preserving Source Integrity,” by Joshua Sternfeld, and my response, “Digital Mapping as

Reviewing Digital History: An Exchange on Digital Harlem in the American Historical Review

The February 2016 issue of the American Historical Review includes an extended review of Digital Harlem — “Harlem Crime, Soapbox Speeches, and Beauty Parlors: Digital Historical Context and the Challenge of Preserving Source Integrity,” by Joshua Sternfeld, and my response, “Digital Mapping as

Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania

On April 1, I’ll be giving two talks on Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania. Behind the Scenes at Digital Harlem Tools-and-Techniques in the Digital Humanities, Digital Humanities Forum TIME: 12:30-2:00pm LOCATION: Penn Library Digital Harlem is one of

Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania

On April 1, I’ll be giving two talks on Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania. Behind the Scenes at Digital Harlem Tools-and-Techniques in the Digital Humanities, Digital Humanities Forum TIME: 12:30-2:00pm LOCATION: Penn Library Digital Harlem is one of

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