Below is the program for our DH Meetup Series for Fall 2018. No registration is required for NYU affiliates unless indicated. Participants from outside institutions should contact email@example.com for visitor information. All Meetups take place in the NYU Abu Dhabi Library, Campus Center, Floor 3, Room 329 unless otherwise noted.
Stay tuned to this space, or subscribe to the NYUAD DH Interest Group by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, where we will post future events for the Spring 2019 and beyond!
Wednesday, 19 September, 12-1pm
Taylor Hixson, Workshop: “Introduction to Story Maps”
Monday, 24 September, 1150-105pm
David Wrisley, Workshop: “Web Hosting and Digital Identity”
Thursday, 4 October, 2-3pm
Abdullah Heyari, Workshop: “LaTeX For Complete Beginners”. This is a hands-on session and participants should bring laptops in order to work with the program. Please also create an account on overleaf.com. Please register here.
Monday, 8 October, 1150-105pm
Kaki King (Musician), “Data Not Found” Different Location: C3 116, NYUAD Arts Center.
We will be hosting American guitarist Kaki King in conversation with Professor David Wrisley and the students in his core course Data and Human Space. You can find out more about Kaki King and her music here. She is working on a multimedia performance with data visualization expert Giorgia Lupi. A recently released music video gives a taste of that piece can be seen here.
Sunday, 4 November, 12-1pm
Jeremy Farrell (Emory) – Network Approaches to Historical Religious Movements: Early Sufism (9th-10th c. CE) as a Case Study
Tuesday, 20 November, 12-1pm
David Wrisley – Presentation and hands on: “WikiMedia and the UAE : On Freedom of Panorama, de minimis, and Visual Data in the Creative Commons”
Tuesday, 4 December, 12-1pm
Taylor Hixson, Workshop: “Archiving your Digital Spatial Objects in NYU’s Spatial Data Repository”