NYCDH is happy to announce the 5th Annual NYCDH Week, February 3-7, 2020. Taking place at institutions throughout New York City, NYCDH Week gives individuals across the region who are interested in digital humanities an opportunity to learn new techniques and skills, hear about DH projects from across the city, and become part of a vibrant and diverse community of scholars and practitioners.
Histories and Representations of Communities Across the Five Boroughs
Following last year’s highly successful event, NYCDH Week 2020 begins on February 3 with a kickoff gathering at Lincoln Center Campus (113 W. 60th St., 12th Floor). This year’s theme is Histories and Representations of Communities Across the Five Boroughs. The day-long event features speakers, roundtables, lightning talks and networking sessions.
This year’s keynote speaker will be Matt Knutzen, the Linda May Uris Director of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Divisions in the New York Public Library.
- 12:00-12:30: Registration (with snacks)
- 12:30-1:30: Graduate Student Awards
- 1:30-2:30: Keynote Speaker: Matt Knutzen
- 2:30-2:45: Break
- 2:45-3:45: Panel
- 3:45-4:45: Lightning Talks (sign up during the day)
The rest of the week will consist of a diverse selection of free workshops, demonstrations, and events hosted at a wide range of institutions across the city, including: Bard Graduate Center, Columbia University, CUNY Graduate Center, Fordham University, Metropolitan New York Library Council (METRO), New York Public Library, NYU, Pace University, Pratt Institute, and The Frick Collection.
Join the kick-off day panel!
We invite proposals from students, faculty, librarians, and educational technologists for brief presentations on work that demonstrates the role of the digital humanities in recognizing, empowering, and understanding New York City communities of the past and present. We will consider projects that engage students and the public, among other approaches, to explore how the digital humanities can contribute to understanding the relationship between the inequities of our present and the lost voices of our past.
Plan a session at NYCDH Week!
Graduate students, librarians, faculty, museum workers, independent scholars, tech companies and many others make NYCDH Week possible by volunteering their time to teach and and help organize each session! Last year we had 39 workshops and more than 600 registrants and we hope to continue growing our offerings and community! If you would like to add a workshop, demo, or event just click on the button below and fill out the form. Someone from our team will reach out to you to help finalize the rest of the details.