The Yale Digital Humanities Lab is seeking both in-person and remote participants to do user-testing on a digital project that visualizes the operations of the Magnum Photos agency in the 1950s and 1960s. The session would last 30-45 minutes and is planned for Thursday, June 21, 2018. To sign up for a session, please pick a time here. Questions may be emailed to the DHLab.
Those with an interest in the history of photography and/or visual culture are especially encouraged to join. Participants will have the opportunity to preview and share feedback on this new, in-progress project led by DHLab and American Studies Postdoctoral Associate Nadya Bair.
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