"We Have This Space Problem": Visualizing the Many Dimensions of the Kissinger Correspondence (Digicafé series)
The Digicafeé series presents Micki Kaufman (CUNY), "We Have This Space Problem": Visualizing the Many Dimensions of the Kissinger Correspondence."
As the capability for rendering complex, immersive multidimensional data visualizations has evolved, the contributions of data, interactivity, visual design and animation, sound and related audio and visual media have expanded the forms of historical research and interpretation. Micki's dissertation, "Everything on Paper Will Be Used Against Me: Quantifying Kissinger" is an historical text, data and network analysis of the National Security Archive's Kissinger Collection, a curated set of transcripts comprising over 18,600 of the former US National Security Advisor and Secretary of State's telephone conversations and memoranda from 1968-1977.
This talk takes place in THINC Lab, 2nd floor, library. All are welcome to attend.
- Tuesday, February 26, 2019
- 3:30pm - 5:00pm
- McLaughlin Library