Wrestling creatively with archival problems of the social history of slavery, Vincent Brown charts pathways for pondering history’s most painful subjects.
By wrestling creatively and collectively with the difficult archival problems presented by social history of slavery, Harvard’s Vincent Brown hopes to chart new pathways for pondering history’s most painful and vexing subjects.
Lily Bui’s “critique of graphical abstracts through the lens of media studies along the following parameters: spreadability, legibility, and serendipity.”
Lily Bui writes, “I wanted to play with the concept of ‘mundane data’ and think about how else it could be used.”
Lily Bui looks at sensor journalism work, teases out emergent patterns, provides perspective on the field to anticipate its future trajectory.
Vicki Mayer speaks on the impacts of regional policies for film production on ordinary people’s understandings of time, space and place.
Narrative thinking as an orienting concept to support the production and evaluation of information visualizations.