The Beats in/and Italy is a storymap that builds upon the final projects of the students in the class I co-taught with Cristina Iuli in Fall 2022. It was the first-ever course at the nexus of US literary studies and DH ever offered in Italy.
Let My People Know: The Story of Wilfred Mendelson, ‘Mendy,’ August 17, 1915 – July 28, 1938 (2022) is a digital edition critically annotated by the students in the Spring 2022 course “Activism and the College Experience” co-taught with Isabel Estrada at The City College of New York.
The CUNY Distance Learning Archive (2021) is a crowdsourced archive of personal and institutional documentation related to the City University of New York’s move to online learning spaces in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. During the Spring 2020 semester, we documented the experiences of students, faculty, and staff across CUNY’s 25 campuses and archived the moment of crisis response from a critical approach to educational technology.
Curatorial Team: Travis M. Bartley, Nicole Cote, Matthew K. Gold, Stefano Morello (Project Manager), and Zach Muhlbauer.
The Lung Block: A New York City Slum & Its Forgotten Italian Community (2021) is a physical-turned-digital exhibit co-curated with architectural historian Kerri Culhane that looks at the progressive narrative of New York City’s infamous Lung Block as the epicenter of disease, contrasting it with the lived experience of its working class Italian immigrant community. The physical exhibit was hosted by the Department of Records and Information Services of the City of New York and The Graduate Center, CUNY in the spring and summer of 2019. Sponsored by The Department of Records and Information Services of the City of New York, The John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, The CUNY Graduate Center’s Center for the Humanities, and Queens College Makerspace.
The East Bay Punk Digital Archive (2019) is an award-winning website that aims to preserve and make available the subjugated knowledge – zines, artworks, and other ephemera – produced by participants in the punk-rock commons that loomed in and around the San Francisco Bay Area between the early 1980s and the mid-1990s.