Exibition of our visualization at Graphic Museum (Netherlands), 2010.
Alisha Azevedo. Leading Digital-Humanities Researcher Is Drawn From California to New York.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, Dec. 3, 2012.
"A leading digital-humanities researcher known for his sweeping digital visualizations will leave his long-held professorship in January for a new position at the City University of New York's Graduate Center."
"Mr. Manovich will teach a course on big data, visualization, and the digital humanities in the spring with the goal of introducing students in the digital-humanities master's program and Ph.D. students from all backgrounds to the field and exposing them to different visualization tools."
"He will also expand the Software Studies Initiative he founded in 2007 within the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology at the San Diego campus by adding offices at the Graduate Center, and he will continue working with San Diego researchers who are creating next-generation digital-visualization systems at the lab. "
"Mr. Manovich plans to continue expanding the scope of his research and has an interest in examining how digital design changes over time. "We're just getting started," he says."