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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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Lines by Erik Schepers (CC BY-NC 2.0)

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

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. These […]

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

In Spring 2017, 19 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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The Other Colors of Spring by Cam Miller

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

In Spring 2017, 19 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. These […]

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Now Accepting Applications: GC Digital Research Institute

  when: January 17-20, 2017 what: four-day intensive in digital research methods where: The Graduate Center, CUNY why: to expand your research skills using digital methods who: for GC graduate students, faculty and staff of all skill levels and disciplines (no previous digital experience required)   GC Digital Initiatives invites applications for the third GC […]

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Courses in Computation and Digital Cultures Across the Curriculum at The Graduate Center – Fall 2016

In Fall 2016, 16 courses focused on computational practices and digital cultures will be offered across The Graduate Center’s doctoral, master’s, and certificate programs. These courses cover topics ranging 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 out the […]

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Courses in Computation and Digital Cultures Across the Curriculum at The Graduate Center – Fall 2016

Courses in Computation and Digital Cultures Across the Curriculum at The Graduate Center – Fall 2016 In Fall 2016, 17 courses focused on computational practices and digital cultures will be offered across The Graduate Center’s doctoral, master’s, and certificate programs. These courses cover topics ranging theorizing digital humanities to computer programming to statistical analysis, and […]

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On Broadway: Urban Data Visualization Project

A project by Daniel Goddemeyer, Moritz Stefaner, Dominikus Baur, and Lev Manovich, On Broadway is an urban data visualization project “On Broadway” that represents 13 miles of Broadway using images and data from Instagram, Twitter, Foursquare, Google Street View, the US Census Bureau, and more. The result is a visually rich image-centric interface, where numbers play only a secondary role, and no maps are used. The project […]

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Lev Manovich – Software Takes Command

In 2013 Bloomsbury Academic will publish Lev Manovich‘s new book Software Takes Command. The book will be available as softcover, e-book, and free download under Creative Commons license. Book description (from Bloomsbury Academic book page): Software has replaced a diverse array of physical, mechanical, and electronic technologies used before 21st century to create, store, distribute and interact with cultural artifacts. […]

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Mapping Occupation: The Union Army and the Meaning of Reconstruction

History Professor Gregory Downs (CCNY/GC) has just won a prestigious digital innovation fellowship from the American Council of Learned Societies for his project “Mapping Occupation: The Union Army and the Meaning of Reconstruction.”  The project will simultaneously convey new data about the presence, size, and persistence of Army outposts in the years after Appomattox, and use […]

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