Kalle Westerling is a Ph.D. Candidate in Theatre and Performance at The Graduate Center, CUNY, where he works on a dissertation about the history and aesthetics of male-identified bodies in 20th-century burlesque and 21st-century boylesque. He also coordinates the Program Social Media Fellows and the Digital Humanities Research Institute.
Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory at CUNY
Public group for Digital Research Bootcamp participants.
For those interested in teaching or researching any area of popular culture. Soon to be be appearing: Across Genres, a blog about popular culture.
This group will share Omeka experiences, feature digital collections created in Omeka, and discuss best practices.
A group that brings together faculty and students interested in the critical and rigorous understanding of fashion as a manufacturing industry, an symbolic apparatus. Please visit the following […]
A space for collaboration and collection of resources for teaching THEA 101 at Hunter College. Available to Faculty, Fellows, and Adjuncts.