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Avery Room, 2nd Floor of Bobst Library

70 Washington Square South

New York, NY

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This is the opening session of a two-year research collaborative: Humanities for STEM: Using Archives to Bridge the Two Cultures Divide. Anyone with an interest in using archives to extend our understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics is welcome to attend, although part of the day's program will be devoted to logistical issues for members of the research collaborative. The afternoon will feature a panel discussion:

  • Deena Engel, NYU: "Three Approaches to Archives and Pedagogy." Deena is Clinical Professor in the Courant Institute’s Department of Computer Science.
  • Lindsay Anderberg, NYU: "Archival Interventions with Engineering Undergraduates." Lindsay is the Interdisciplinary Science & Technology Librarian and Poly Archivist at the Bern Dibner Library of Science and Technology.
  • Ed Eckert, Nokia Bell Labs: "The Bell Labs Archives – An Overview of Operations and Services of a Corporate Archives." Ed is the Bell Labs Archivist in Murray Hill, New Jersey.
  • Lisa Gitelman, NYU: "Tales from the Crypt.” Lisa is Professor of Media and English at Steinhardt and the College of Arts and Science.

Lunch will be served. Please let us know if you would prefer a vegeterian meal or no meal at all.

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70 Washington Square South

New York, NY

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