University of Bologna, university of strasbourg: Master of arts in European cultures
University of venezia, EScp paris: specialized master in arts and cultural management
Cuny graduate center: Phd candidate in history
Davide is a History PhD student with a specialization in Modern European History. He studies the relationships between the Allied army and Italian civilians during the Allied occupation of Italy in World War 2 and its immediate aftermath (1943 – 1950). The research is mainly focused on notions of masculinity and its relations to war and violence.
Danmarks Medie og Journalisthøjskole: BA, New Media Journalism; SUNY NEw PALTZ: BA, ENGLISH LITERATURE AND LETTERS; COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: POST-Bacc Residency, Architectural history and design; CUNY Graduate Center: MA, Digital Humanities, Interactive Technology & Pedagogy
Taylor is a Master’s Student at The Graduate Center, CUNY. His research interests include 20th Century American Literature, the Future of the Book, Digital Approaches to Humanities Research, Geo-Spatial Humanities, and techniques in Data Visualization. He is especially stimulated by the concept of “interface” in explorations in material culture and design, and in human computer interaction.
New York University: MFA 1998, Creative Writing; MPhil 2007, English & American Literature
CUNY Graduate Center: MA, Digital Humanities; Interactive Technology & Pedagogy (in progress)
Conn Mac Aogain
Columbia: ba, geography & economics; ma, urban planning; lehman college: ba, comparative literature/irish & linguistics; cuny graduate center: ma, linguistics & digital humanities
Conn is an urban planner who works for the City of New York.