Tuesday, April 18th, 2017

Daniel Alarcón: "Telling True Stories in Sound: Behind the Scenes of Radio Ambulante"

Noon - 1:00pm, 1 Pace Plaza W614

Daniel Alarcón is the host of Radio Ambulante, an award-winning Spanish-language podcast distributed by NPR. Radio Ambulante uses long-form audio journalism to tell neglected and under-reported Latin American and Latino stories.

To join us from outside of the Pace community, RSVP to Kelley Kreitz,

This lecture is part of our series on Digital Storytelling and Social Justice.

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

Sebastian Heath: "Digital Humanities in 3D: Examples from the Ancient World"

3:25pm - 4:25pm, 1 Pace Plaza, 2nd fl., Lecture Hall North i

Sebastian Heath is an archaeologist working in the ancient Mediterranean, with a particular focus on how digital methods and technologies can influence and improve the study of material culture. At its broadest scope, his work asks to what extent digital representations of the ancient world have utility within research and teaching. His talk will focus on 3D modeling, particularly on animations of ancient sundials and painted surfaces, to explore how these representations can contribute to narratives of past human behavior and experience. Dr. Heath is currently Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.

To join us from outside of the Pace community, RSVP to Kelley Kreitz,


Tuesday, May 1st, 2017

Thomas Augst: "Spatial Humanities Workshop"

noon - 4:00 pm, location TBD

Thomas Augst, Associate Professor of English at NYU, will join us for a workshop on digital tools for historical and cultural research. 

Interested students and faculty, contact Kelley Kreitz,