Stephen Zweibel is Digital Scholarship Librarian at the CUNY Graduate Center, where he supports students and faculty in developing digital projects and working with data, individually and through workshops and classes on research skills and tools. Steve earned his MS in Library and Information Science from Long Island University in 2010, and his MA in the DH track of the GC’s Liberal Studies (MALS) program in 2016. He built DH Box, which won a National Endowment for the Humanities Start-Up grant in 2015, and is co-director of DHRIFT, which recently won an NEH Level III Advancement Grant. Stephen sees democratizing computational literacy as a core focus of his service and scholarship.
Comparative Literature, Data Science, Data Visualization, Demography, Digital Humanities, French, Geography/GIS, Language and Literacy, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS), Psychology of Political Behavior
Recent Scholarly Publications
- 2020 - Zweibel, S. Scraping BePress: Downloading Dissertations for Preservation.
Code4Lib Journal 47.
2020 - Shirazi, R. and Zweibel, S. Documenting digital projects: Instituting guidelines for digital dissertations and theses. College and Research Libraries 81(7).