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Micki Kaufman

Micki  Kaufman  is a doctoral  student  in  U.S.  history  at  the  Graduate  Center  of the  City  University  of  New  York  (GC-­CUNY).  She  received  her  B.A.  in  U.S.  History  from  Columbia University  summa  cum  laude,  Phi  Beta  Kappa  in  2011  and  her  M.A.  in  U.S.  History  from  GC-­CUNY  in 2013.  A  GC-­CUNY  Digital  Fellow  and  recipient  of  GC-­CUNY’s  Provost’s  Digital  Innovation  Grant  in 2012–2014,  her  current  research  involves  the  use  of  computational  text  analysis  and  visualization techniques  in  the  study  of  the  DNSA’s  (Digital  National  Security  Archive’s)  Kissinger  Memcon  and Telcon  collections.  She  is  a  co-­author  of  “General,  I  Have  Fought Just  As  Many  Nuclear  Wars  As  You  Have,”  published  in  the  December  2012  American  Historical Review,  has  served  as  a  digital  humanities  consultant  for  a  number  of  institutes  and  projects,  lectures and  leads  workshops  in  Text  Analysis  and  Visualization,  and  has  taught  U.S.  History  Since  the  Civil War  at  Hunter  College  and  the  Digital  Praxis  Seminar  at  the  CUNY  Graduate  Center.

My Speakers Sessions

Friday, May 29
 

9:00am