Visual Investigations and Spatial Techniques at the 'New York Times'
Join the Yale Digital Humanities Lab (DHLab) and the Department of Computer Science for a talk by New York Times reporter and graphics editor Anjali Singhvi, who will describe how her team produced three visual investigations by combining visual reporting with new technologies. She also will discuss the tools and techniques used for data verification and forensic 3-D reconstructions.
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Anjali Singhvi is a reporter and graphics editor for the New York Times, focusing primarily on investigative visual journalism. She covers a variety of topics and also specializes in forensic 3-D reconstructions of crime scenes. She is a trained architect and holds a master’s degree in Urban Planning/Urban Analytics from Columbia University in New York. Some of the stories she has covered include an investigation of chemical weapons attacks in Syria, the Tulsa Race Massacre and the shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Her stories at the Times have won multiple awards, including several News and Documentary Emmys®, Online Journalism awards (OJA), The National Press Photographers Association awards, the Scripps Howard Award, Society of News Design (SND) awards, Malofiej International Infographic awards and Pulitzer finalist citations (2022, 2020 and 2018).
Weds., Nov. 30, 2022
3-4 p.m. EST
Franke Family Digital Humanities Laboratory
Sterling Memorial Library
120 High Street, New Haven, CT 06511
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. To sign up, please visit the Eventbrite page for the talk.
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