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Research project and exhibition catalog utilizing collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 12 objects selected (including 2 rare books!) from different departments, miniatures as precious objects researched and explained, a catalog designed in InDesign, end product: digital book. Cited 175 annotated references, included descriptions for 17 items.
Mobile digital information resources based in special collections! A WordPress-based pathfinder to the history of the American Revolution in New York City (1776-1783), exploring locations in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island, Queens, etc., and utilizing resources from NYPL special and digital collections. I also created a Google map of important sites.
For a project to archive and digitize audiocassette tapes for the Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro), our team took on all aspects of metadata management – from schema/nomenclature creation to digital transfers to project oversight (creating protocols, assigning data entry to classmates) and quality control. We used DublinCore and PBCore, decoded labeling mysteries, and supervised creation and management for over 70 records.
Panel discussion exploring the current methodologies regarding the documentation, description, and management of artist records and their works of art in three distinct professional environments– working with a living artist, working in a foundation, and working in a museum setting.
The idea that writing transmutes our spatial thinking towards progress has been apparent in the skill and pride of scholarly author’s material. In this project, I challenge the cultural operating system of erudition strictly from a written narrative. As we read, we are engineering a deictic shift experiencing a connection to an author’s mental maps, nonetheless how accurate is our spatial analysis? What if a classroom used GIS as a forum for discussion, a place where our mental maps and background knowledge met. I simply ask the question, can GIS produce alternated realities to evoke inquiry altering our predispositions on a topic?
For this project, we wrote Python scripts to manipulate data from the Spanish Artists Dictionary, a research resource created by the Frick Art Reference Library. The first portion focused on distilling and organizing data in order to create visualizations using Tableau Public, while the second portion involved using Python to clean and enrich the dataset by matching names against an authority list of subject headings. This presentation will outline the two parts of the project and explain how Python was applied to a cultural heritage dataset.
This project centered on the creation of a linked-data friendly JSON-LD schema for storage and retrieval of cemetery records. I used python scripts to query a crowd-sourced database (BillionGraves.com), normalize the data and ingest it in the JSON-LD schema.
I will be presenting my academic blog post on the emergence of altmetrics as an alternative to traditional journal impact factor ((http://bit.ly/1O46zd5). I’ll address the arguments both for and against altmetrics and discuss my brief examination of the impact of one scholar’s research via traditional citation metrics versus via altmetrics.
Where are DH jobs located? What types of DH jobs are being posted (faculty, librarian, or other)? What types of skills are emphasized in these jobs and how…
The New York Public Library’s Map Warper is an open-source program for integrating scanned copies of historical maps from the NYPL’s collections with digital maps. Our tutorial, selected…
The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) has shown an interest over the past several years in encouraging discussion and resource sharing in the field of digital…
These visualizations are based on the metadata assigned to The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Dutch-painting collection. They are meant to facilitate trend detection and sense making with respect to the Museum’s acquisitions history and collection strengths in this fine-art area.
This project conducted network analysis research on an online database of female-identified science fiction writers who wrote under pseudonyms, focusing particularly on those that used pseudonyms that were…
DH Skillshare is an open-access knowledge resource for digital humanists. The goal of this website is to provide a set of written or recorded (video or audio) instructional posts covering tools that digital humanists might find of value, regardless of their field or institution.
This data quilt, an information visualization, is the second in a series of textile objects that archive an ongoing digital humanities research project/blog: Runaway Quilt Project.
Survey of 31 digital fashion archives/websites to access what the characteristics of an ideal fashion archive should include. Results were narrowed down to 8 showcase institutions who were…