• Provost’s Digital Innovation Grants

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    Alternative Discourses: The Alt-Right and Social Media

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants, Uncategorized

    Project Name: Alternative Discourses: The Alt-Right and Social Media Grantee: Nga Than Discipline: Sociology Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   Social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook have increasingly played an important role in generating and disseminating political discourses. In response to violent and harassing content, mainstream social media platforms have explored...

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    Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration Programs, 1980-2018 (DDR-18)

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants

    Project Name: Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration Programs, 1980-2018 (DDR-18) Grantee: Sally Sharif Discipline: Political Science Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   Since their advent, Disarmament, Demobilization, and Reintegration (DDR) programs have been the most costly post-conflict programs to ensure peace, security, and stability, but their systematic study has been restrained by lack...

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    Predicting Place Attachment with Tweets: An Exploratory Study

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants, Uncategorized

    Project Name: Predicting Place Attachment with Tweets: An Exploratory Study Grantee: Javier E. Otera Peña Discipline: Environmental Psychology Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper: About the Project: This digital innovative Start-up proposal seeks to shed light in the field of environmental psychology, by studying the potential correlation between place attachment as measured in a survey of...

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    The Social Life of Language

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants, Uncategorized

    Project Name: The Social Life of Language Grantee: Michael Mena Discipline: Linguistic Anthropology Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   The Social Life of Language is an open-access educational YouTube channel designed to bring complex theoretical academic work on language into the realm of public discourse—covering research from linguistic anthropology, applied linguistics,...

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    A Teaching Manual That’s Alive: Making the Cuerpos, Identidades y Discriminación Workshop Available to Social Justice Educators Across Latin America

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants, Uncategorized

    Project Name: A Teaching Manual That’s Alive: Making the Cuerpos, Identidades y Discriminación Workshop Available to Social Justice Educators Across Latin America Grantee: Pedro Miguel Monque Lopez Discipline: Philosophy Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper: Click here   About the Project:   We propose to create and digitally publish (via Manifold) a teaching manual of the...

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    Stage Left

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants

    Project Name: Stage Left Grantee: Ashley Marinaccio Discipline: Theater Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   Stage Left introduces viewers to the performances, artists, theatre-makers, and communities that are making work in places that go largely unnoticed by the mainstream. Stage Left examines the impact of theatre and performance on local communities....

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    Quantifying Kissinger

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants, Uncategorized

    Project Name: Quantifying Kissinger Grantee: Micki Kaufman Discipline: History Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   Since the project’s inception, ‘Quantifying Kissinger’ has explored the use of data, text and network analysis and visualization techniques to analyze and interpret ‘big data’ correspondence, specifically that of former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. The project has...

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    CUNY Student Editions

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants, Uncategorized

    Project Name: CUNY Student Editions Grantee: Paul Hebert Discipline: English Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   CUNY Student Editions are high-quality, peer-reviewed, open-source scholarly editions of historical texts, designed for CUNY student readers by experienced CUNY instructors. These “student editions” aim to be accessible , giving students support as they read by the...

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    Recalibrating Queens

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants

    Project Name: Recalibrating Queens Grantee: Kristen Hackett Discipline:  Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   Recalibrating Queens is a digital history and activist scholarship project focused on publicly excavating and exploring the past century of development and change in western Queens. This inquiry is particularly timely given recent and rapid changes, intensifying development pressures,...

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    Visualizing the Victorian Sportswoman

    by  • February 5, 2020 • 2019-2020 Provost Digital Innovation Grant Winners, Digital GC, Provost's Digital Innovation Grants

    Project Name: Visualizing the Victorian Sportswoman Grantee: Julia Fuller Discipline: English Funding Cycle: 2019-2020 Project Status: In progress White Paper:   About the Project:   Visualizing the Victorian Sportswoman (VisVS) is a public-facing WordPress site (victoriansportswomen.org) that accompanies my dissertation on the topic of strong female bodies and identity formation in nineteenth-century British literature and visual culture. This is a multimodal project,...

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