Timeline of Select Projects | Index of Projects
|Delight in Design: Silver for the Raj||2008 - 2009||Decorative Arts, Asia||
Delight in Design was created as an online resource for an exhibition of South Asian silver at the Wallach Gallery in 2008, curated by Vidya Dehejia, Barbara Stoler Miller Professor of Indian and South Asian Art.
|Goya: Disasters of War||Prints, Europe||
Scans of thirteen of Goya's Disasters of War prints with captions, organized as a slideshow
|Robert Moses and the Modern City||2006 - 2007||Urban Planning, Architecture, North America||
Designed as an online resource for the three-part exhibition Robert Moses and the Modern City, this website includes an interactive map of the works of Robert Moses in New York City, an extensive collection of photographs, and text on each exhibition.
|Seneca Village Project||2011 - 2012||Urban Planning, North America||
Formed in 1998, the Seneca Village Project is focused on the study of a 19th-century African-American and Irish-immigrant community that was located in today's Central Park in New York City and on its commemoration in an educational context.
|South America Fieldwork||Architecture, South America||
Two Columbia University graduate students, Rebecca Fitle and Amanda Gannaway, took these images of important archaeological and cultural heritage sites in Bolivia and Peru.
|Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe||2010 - 2011||Decorative Arts, Europe||
The Media Center produced the digital monograph for the 2010-11 exhibition Treasures of Heaven: Saints, Relics, and Devotion in Medieval Europe, co-organized by the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Walters Art Museum, and the British Museum.