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Electronic records (digital records)

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Compilations of recorded information, often standardized in format and content and treated as a unit, that are machine readable and created, modified, stored, retrieved, and distributed by digital means. Although analog data is also electronic, this concept does not typically include analog data.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Emil Antonucci graphic design papers

 Collection
Identifier: KA-0108-01
Summary Emil Antonucci (1929-2006) was a New York-based artist, graphic artist, book designer, illustrator, publisher, and teacher. This collection contains artwork and design project materials relating to his freelance design and artistic career. Dating from the 1950s through the 2000s, materials in the collection include original artwork; design proofs and layouts; book and magazine interiors, illustrations, mechanicals, and Antonucci's writings. Included in this collection are items...
Dates: 1950 - 2005; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1980

"Justus Rosenberg: A Life in Translation" independent oral history project

 Collection
Identifier: NS-07-01-03
Overview

Scott Ritner, a graduate student of The New School for Social Research, conducted this series of oral history interviews with New School faculty member Justus Rosenberg in 2012. Rosenberg (born 1921 in Danzig) took part in the French Resistance during World War II, immigrated to the United States, and taught at The New School for over fifty years. The collection consists of a transcript and an event flier as electronic files.

Dates: 2012; Modified: 2016

Larry Freund interviews with Esther Hoffman

 Collection
Identifier: MP-0022-01
Abstract

This collection consists of transcripts of seventeen interviews with Esther Hoffman Wexler (1918-2014), conducted by her cousin, Lawrence Freund, between 2012 and 2014. Hoffman, a Canadian-born concert pianist and a longtime piano teacher at the Mannes College of Music (which became a division of The New School in 1989), discusses her life experiences and her career as a musician and as a teacher in New York City and Toronto.

Dates: 2012-2014

Laura Auricchio faculty and administrative files

 Collection
Identifier: NS-02-01-08
Abstract

Laura Auricchio was an art history professor at The New School, 2002-2019, who also served in several administrator roles. This born-digital collection consists of course materials and administrative records from her tenure as a faculty member and administrator, primarily in the roles of chair of humanities for the Schools of Public Engagement and dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies.

Dates: Modified: 2003-2018

Mannes College The New School for Music Concert Operations programs

 Collection
Identifier: MA-05-04-03
Abstract

Collection consists of Mannes College The New School for Music (now, Mannes School of Music) concert program text covering four consecutive academic years.

Dates: 2008-2012

New School digital course data collection

 Collection
Identifier: NS-05-02-02
Abstract

The New School began inputting course information into the database, Banner [banner.newschool.edu] around 2007. As of 2021, all New School course data is input into Banner through an interface called Tableau. This collection contains course data that has either been downloaded from Banner or from other New School websites. All divisions and undergraduate schools are represented, but courses for each college are not comprehensive.

Dates: 2007-2023

Parsons School of Design Master of Arts Design and Curatorial Studies program theses

 Collection
Identifier: PC-02-04-08
Abstract

This record group consists of text files of theses created by students in Parsons School of Design's MA program in History of Design and Curatorial Studies between 2023 and 2024.

Dates: 2023-2024

Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses

 Collection
Identifier: PC-02-04-02
Summary

This record group consists of text, video, and audio files documenting theses created by students in Parsons School of Design's MFA program in Design and Technology between 2001 and 2019.

Dates: 2001-2022