Developing Data Visualizations for Humanities Research

Date: 10/13/2020

Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm



Data visualization literacy is rarely taught outside of STEM classrooms, and yet this mode of engaging with information has been taken up as one of the key methods of distant reading within the digital humanities. Drawing on scholarship from the fields of DH and computer science, the research I conducted through my internship with the Center for Digital Humanities illustrates the benefits of incorporating data visualizations into humanistic work, showcasing examples that I’ve developed in order to supplement my own research within the English department.

Presented by Jon Heggestad


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Kate Kasten-Mutkus

Kate Kasten-Mutkus

Head of Humanities & Social Sciences at Stony Brook University Libraries
Kate is Head of Humanities and Social Sciences at Stony Brook University Libraries. She is the liaison to the French & Francophone Studies program and the Russian Studies program.
Kate Kasten-Mutkus
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