Project Tag: TWT Grant

Indigenous Futures

Indigenous Futures: Decolonizing NYC—Documenting the Lenape Trail

by Jack Tchen and Noa Fuller Spring 2018 (Teaching-with-Technology Grant Awardee) Decolonizing the Classroom: New Tech & Critical Pedagogy Indigenous Futures is a class that addresses the ideas of regional and global colonization—and the myriad possibilities of decolonization—in the content and materials, but with special focus given to our pedagogical approach. We sought to have …

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shadow lines

Shadow Lines

by Eugenia Kisin Spring 2018 (Teaching-with-Technology Grant Awardee) Shadow Lines is a digital database and mapping project that traces the movement of Native American-made objects into collecting institutions and between communities. Expanding on objects as the material of social relations, Shadow Lines explores the relational cultures of collecting, and how these intersect with complex histories …

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Media and the humanitarian impulse

Media & the Humanitarian Impulse: #ThisClassWillSaveTheWorld

by Lisa Daily Spring 2018 (Teaching-with-Technology Grant Awardee) The idea for the class emerged from my own burgeoning research in the field of humanitarianism and digital media, especially with a critical interest in this idea that virtual reality is the “ultimate empathy machine”—technologies that finally enable spectators to realize their true empathetic potential to care for suffering …

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Times Square Electronic Garden

The Times Square Electronic Garden

Mitchell Joachim Spring 2016 Teaching-with-Technology Grant Awardee For 24 hours, the Times Square Electronic Garden occupies Times Square, providing a green oasis amidst the neon lights and concrete of this consumerist hub. A Teaching-with-Technology funded project, the Electronic Garden was made possible through a collaborative effort amongst faculty and students, and showcases the enormous teaching and …

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