About

Aisling and Colleen at the Heinz History Center as part of the Consuming Nature workshop, May 2017. Photo by Ana Rodríguez Castillo.

Project Managers:
Colleen O’Reilly, PhD candidate, Department of the History of Art and Architecture, cwo8@pitt.edu
Aisling Quigley, PhD candidate, School of Computing and Information, aoq1@pitt.edu 

Past Events/Activities:

Student Collaborators:
Summer 2016: Kate Madison and Emily Enterline
Fall 2016: Eliza Wick, Bridget Lynch, Leslie Rose

We are grateful to the following individuals for their support:
Ana Rodríguez Castillo, History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh
Eric Dorfman, Director of the Carnegie Museum of Natural
Bonnie Isaac, Collection Manager, Section of Botany, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Alison Langmead, Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Visual Media Workshop; Associate Professor, School of Information Sciences
Lulu Lippincott, Curator of Fine Arts, Carnegie Museum of Art
Nora Mattern, Visiting Assistant Professor at the School of Computing & Information and Postdoctoral Researcher, Digital Scholarship Services, University Library System, University of Pittsburgh
Cynthia Morton, former Curator of Botany, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Becca Shreckengast, Director of Exhibition Experience, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Alex Taylor, Assistant Professor and Academic Curator, History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh
Steve Tonsor, Director of Science and Research, Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Erin Peters, Lecturer in the Department of History of Art and Architecture and Assistant Curator in the Carnegie Museums
Steve Rogers, Collection Manager, Birds, Amphibians & Reptiles, Carnegie Museum of Natural History

This project was made possible by:
Humanities Center, University of Pittsburgh
School of Computing and Information, University of Pittsburgh
Department of History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh
Cultural Studies Program, University of Pittsburgh