On Wednesday, November 28, “The Commons and Digital Humanities in Museums” was hosted at the Graduate Center, CUNY by the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative and cosponsored by the Graduate Center’s Ph.D. Program in Art History and the Center for the Humanities.
“The digital humanities empower practitioners, museum staff and the public, with the tools and methods to re-ignite museums as civic centers of networked life.”
Neal Stimler is Associate Digital Asset Specialist at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. He takes an interdisciplinary approach to humanistic scholarship that is informed by art history, cultural studies, digital technology, and sociology.