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Apply to become a GC Digital Fellow by March 22, 2019

Are you looking for a fellowship that will challenge you to enhance your existing technical skills? Do you enjoy working collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team? Do you like working with students, faculty, and staff to help them learn new digital tools and methods? Have you been experimenting with the use of technology in your own […]

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GCDRI 2019 Blog Post: How just 4 days of workshops re-defined my research

By Carly Batist, 1st-year Biological Anthropology Ph.D. student I am a first-year Biological Anthropology PhD student, studying the behavior, social structure, and communication of wild black-and-white ruffed lemurs in Madagascar. When I first heard about the Graduate Center’s Digital Research Institute, I was in the midst of attempting dynamic social network analysis (which probably makes […]

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How Participating in the GCDRI can Develop Your Research

Sofia Sedergren is an MA student in Political Science at The Graduate Center. Her focus is on political theory and comparative politics, and her research examines right-wing party rhetoric in Europe and their strategies to gain popular support.   When I learned about the GC Digital Research Institute (GCDRI) I had already considered learning computer […]

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Digital Forensics: A GC Student’s Success Story with the Help of the GC Library

Kelsey Chatlosh: As the variety of digital technologies continue to expand and advance, more and more digital objects become obsolete when using contemporary hardware or software.  For researchers, this may arise as a roadblock to accessing data saved in an older digital form, such as floppy discs, older CDs, or VHS tapes. Many of us […]

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GCDI Sound Series: Music Performance Analysis, 6:30 PM Thursday, November 16th

  Register today! Join us at the GC, room 9206, 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 16th! GC Digital Initiatives Sound Series presents Music Performance Analysis. Dr. Johanna Devaney will introduce and teach her open-source software, Automatic Music Performance Analysis and Comparison Toolkit. Join us to learn about developing music software and to demo this toolkit for […]

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GCDI Sound Series 2017-2018

Interested in sound studies and methods? Join the CUNY Sound Studies and Methods working group, created after the success of the 2017-2018 GCDI Sound Series! Learn more here: cuny.is/sound-studies. Objective: The 2017-2018 GCDI Sound Series #GCDISound includes talks and workshops on topics related to sound analysis, comparison, theory, production, and recording. This series explores a […]

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CFP: DH Pedagogy and Praxis Roundtable

GC Digital Initiatives (GCDI) is happy to be collaborating with the Scholar’s Lab at the University of Virginia on a CFP for the Digital Humanities 2018 conference in Mexico City. The proposal builds on the Praxis Network, which began in 2013 and which featured the Graduate Center Digital Fellows program in its original group of […]

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Call for Participants, Fall 2017 Collaborative Research Seminar on Archives and Special Collections

Call for Participants, Fall 2017 Collaborative Research Seminar on Archives and Special Collections The Graduate Center Library  and The New York Public Library Application Form (open till September 19th) A two-part seminar on special collections and archival research methods, in its second iteration. Open to graduate-level students, faculty, and staff at CUNY by application. Sponsored […]

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Fall 2017 Courses in Computation and Digital Cultures Across the Curriculum at The Graduate Center

In Fall 2017, 21 courses focusing on computational practices and digital cultures are open for cross-registration across The Graduate Center’s doctoral, master’s, and certificate programs. Topics covered in these courses range from theorizing digital humanities to computer programming to statistical analysis, and provide hands-on opportunities for GC students to develop their digital research skills. Check […]

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