April 2016 News

April 7, 2016
What does computer-generated poetry look like? How can EEG experiments inform our understandings of musical compositions? To answer these questions and more, join the Digital Humanities Lab and Yale STEAM for a spring symposium on Friday, April 8, to showcase hybrid scholarship at Yale University....
Note from Stravinsky
April 7, 2016
The Gilmore Music Library is pleased to announce a new series of blog posts that will appear on our website, entitled Gilmore Insights. The purpose of this series is to highlight not only the amazing work being carried out by our staff and student assistants on a daily basis, but also to reveal the...
April 7, 2016
An exhibit in Sterling Memorial Library this semester is highlighting the research of four exceptional Yale students, including that of John D’Amico (Pierson College ‘16), who explores how the construction of canals in Japan impacted the development of towns. His project incorporates information...
April 5, 2016
The Digital Humanities Lab sponsored two events with Joanna Swafford, Assistant Professor for Interdisciplinary and Digital Teaching and Scholarship at SUNY New Paltz. Events were open to the Yale community and public. Talk, 4/5: "Virtually London: Literature and Laptops" Hall of Graduate Studies (...
New Haven students interact with Photogrammar
April 4, 2016
The Digital Humanities Lab welcomed junior high and high school students from around the New Haven area for a workshop on DH. Following a tour of the lab and a discussion of old and new media, students learned about the Photogrammar project and participated in a scavenger hunt to find images of...

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