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Digital student projects

Identifier: 2023-002

Scope and Contents

The archives holds preservation copies of select academic digital projects created by MA and PhD students at Bard Graduate Center.

  • "Tudor Chimney Stacks: In Small Data Forgotten", Talia Perry, MA 2023
  • Description: A preservation copy of the site (captured June 2023), which began as a "digital appendix" to Talia Perry's Qualifying Paper, Rooftop Fancy and Folly: Tudor Chimney Stack as Device and Discourse (winner of the Clive Wainwright Award). From the site: This digital project began as a supplemental appendix to a qualifying paper (Bard Graduate Center MA thesis) unpacking the discursive capacity of the Tudor chimney stack. To aid in the understanding of various temporal and geographic trends of their construction, I compiled a dataset of known structures with extant examples of early modern chimneys. The dataset contains a broad range of information for each building, including brief chronologies of construction, material and morphological descriptions of the stacks, guidance on visitor access today and bibliographies for further research, etc.


  • 2023-present

Conditions Governing Access

Access depends on the project and may be available by appointment only at Bard Graduate Center Library.


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Archived electronic components of select digital projects by MA and PhD students at Bard Graduate Center.

Related Materials

Projects may be related to Qualifying Papers and Qualifying Projects (QPs) submitted by graduating MA students. The library holds all non-electronic components of digital QPs, as well as ALL print-only theses, QPs, and dissertations). QPs can be viewed in-person by appointment only at the Bard Graduate Center Library.

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