Awards & Publications

Awards, Contracts, and Grants

2015
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Office of Digital Humanities, Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities (w/Kim Gallon, Purdue), “Space and Place in Africana/Black Studies: An Institute on Spatial Humanities Theories, Methods and Practice,” Purdue University and Hamilton College ($245,299.)

2014
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Office of Digital Humanities, Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant (w/Alyson Gill, UMass-Amherst) “Dangerous Embodiments: Theories, Methods, and Best Practices for Historical Character Modeling in Humanities 3D Environments” ($59,510.)

2013-present
Co-Principal Investigator (w/Simons), Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi), Andrew W. Mellon Foundation ($829,654. + $463, 653. Hamilton match)

2011-2013
Co-Principal Investigator (w/Simons), CLASS (Culture, Liberal Arts & Society Scholars) Program, Digital Humanities Undergraduate Research, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation ($150,000.).

2010
The John R. Hatch Class of 1925 Excellence in Teaching Award, Class & Charter Day, Hamilton College

2009-2013
Co-Principal Investigator (w/Simons), Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi), Andrew W. Mellon Foundation ($800,000. + $208,000. Hamilton match)

Books edited

Angel David Nieves and Leslie M. Alexander (editors), “We ShalI Independent Be:” African American Place-Making and the Struggle to Claim Space in the U.S., University Press of Colorado (ISBN: 978-0-87081-906-3 – June 2008) – lead author.

Chapters in books

2016
Lisa McFall, Janet T. Simons, Gregory Lord, Peter MacDonald, Angel David Nieves, Steve Young, “Collaborations in Liberal Arts Colleges in Support of Digital Humanities,” in Handbook of Research on Academic Library Partnerships and Collaborations, ed. Brian Doherty (under contract & review)

2016
Angel David Nieves, “Race, Critical Theory and Archive-Making in the Digital Humanities,” in Disrupting Digital Humanities (New York: Punctum Books) eds. Dorothy Kim (Vassar) and Jesse Stommel (UWisconsin) (under contract & review)

2016
Angel David Nieves, “Critical Engagements with Race, Memory, and the Built Environment: A Primer (Memory, Digitization, and New Media),” in The Routledge Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities, ed. Jentery Sayers (UVic) (New York: Routledge) (under contract & review)

2015
Angel David Nieves and Siobhan Senier, “Subaltern Archives, Digital Historiographies (Postcolonial Cultures and Digital Humanities),” in The Postcolonial World, ed. David Kim (UCLA) (London: Routledge) (under contract & review) <https://www.routledge.com/products/9781138778078>

2015
Angel David Nieves, “Planning for Apartheid: The Garden City Townships of Soweto, Johannesburg,” The Afterlife of Iconic Planned Communities: Heritage, Preservation, and Challenges of Change, eds. Mary Corbin Sies, Isabelle Gournay, & Robert Freestone (Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Press) (in production)

2009
Angel David Nieves
, “Places of Pain as Tools for Social Justice in the ‘New’ South Africa: Black Heritage Preservation in the ‘Rainbow’ Nation’s Townships,” in Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing With Difficult Heritage, eds. William Logan & Keir Reeves (Routledge UK), pgs. 198-214.

2008
Angel David Nieves, “Introduction: “Mapping Geographies of Resistance along the 16 June 1976 Heritage Trail,” in Footprints of the ‘Class of 76′: Commemoration, Memory, Mapping and Heritage, ed. Ali Khangela Hlongwane (Johannesburg: The Library, 2008)

2008
Angel David Nieves and Ali Khangela Hlongwane, “Public History and ‘Memorial Architecture’ in the “New” South Africa: The Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum, Soweto, Johannesburg,” in Footprints of the ‘Class of 76′: Commemoration, Memory, Mapping and Heritage, ed. Ali Khangela Hlongwane (Johannesburg: The Library, 2008) – Reprint.

2008
Angel David Nieves, “‘We Are Too Busy Making History … To Write History:’ African American Women, Constructions of Nation, and the Built Environment in the New South,” in “We Shall Independent Be:” African American Place-Making and the Struggle to Claim Space in the U.S., (Boulder: University Press of Colorado (2008), pgs. 305-324.

2008
Angel David Nieves, “Cultural Landscapes of Resistance and Self-Definition for the Race: Interdisciplinary Approaches to a Socio-Spatial ‘Race-History’” in “We Shall Independent Be:” African American Place-Making and the Struggle to Claim Space in the U.S., (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2008), pgs. 1-22.

2007
Bonnie Thornton Dill, Amy McLaughlin, & Angel David Nieves, “Future Directions of Feminist Research: Intersectionality,” in Handbook of Feminist Research: Theory and Praxis, ed. Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber, Sage Publications (2007), 629-637 – authors listed alphabetically.

2007
Angel David Nieves, “Memories of Africville: A Case Study of Urban Renewal, the Struggle for Reparations and the Africadian Diaspora,” in Black Geographies and the Politics of Place, eds. Clyde Woods & Katherine McKittrick, (New York: Between the Lines Press/South End Press, 2007), pgs. 82-96.

Articles in Refereed Journals

2014
Angel David Nieves & Marla Jaksch, “Africa is a Country? Digital Diasporas, ICTs, and Heritage Development Strategies for Social Justice,” The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy 6 <http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/africa-is-a-country-digital-diasporas-icts-and-heritage-development-strategies-for-social-justice/>

2014
Angel David Nieves (w/ Siobhan Senier, Anthony Lioi, Mary Kate Ryan, Pavithra Vasudevan, Darren Ranco and Courtney Marshall) “The Resilience of Race: A Cultural Sustainability Manifesto,” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 2 (June 2014): 6 pgs. <http://muse.jhu.edu/login?auth=0&type=summary&url=/journals/resilience_a_journal_of_the_environmental_humanities/v001/1.2.senier.html>

2008
Angel David Nieves, “Re-Valuing Places: The Knowing/Unknowing,” Places Journal: A Forum of Design for the Public Realm 20, no. 1 (2008): 21-25.

2007
Angel David Nieves and Ali Khangela Hlongwane, “Public History and ‘Memorial Architecture’ in the “New” South Africa: The Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum, Soweto, Johannesburg,” Safundi: The Journal of South African and American Studies, vol. 8, no. 3 (2007): 351-368 – lead author.

2006
Angel David Nieves, “‘Until the lions have their historians, tales of history will always glorify the hunter’: Heritage Conservation, Tourism and Cultural Sustainability at the Langa Pass Court Building Museum, South Africa,” Historic Environment: Australia ICOMOS Journal 19, no. 1 (2006): 33-37.

2005
Angel David Nieves
, “’To Erect Above the Ruined Auction-Block … Institutions of Learning:’ ‘Race-Women,’ Industrial Education, and the Artifacts of Nation-Making in the Jim Crow South,” Black Women’s Politics/Cultural Expression—Special Issue, International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics 1, no. 3 (Oct./Nov. 2005): 277-293.

2002
Angel David Nieves, “Voorhees: Elizabeth Evelyn Wright’s ‘Small Tuskegee’ and Black Education in the Post Reconstruction South,” ARRIS: Journal of the Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians 13 (2002): 25-37.

2002
Angel David Nieves, “’With Them the Pen Must Be Mightier Than the Sword:’ Writing, Engendering and Racializing Planning History,” in “Letting Our Guard Down: Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality in Planning History, A SACRPH/JPH Forum,” Journal of Planning History 1, no.3 (August 2002): 215-219.

1997 
Angel
David Nieves, “African American Architects and “Race-Uplift” for the Black Community: New Deal Mass Housing and Black Nationalism in the Nation’s Capital,” Planning History Studies 12 (Fall/Winter 1998): 3-12.

Monographs, Reports, and Extension Publications

2006
Ali Khangela Hlongwane & Angel David Nieves, “The People Should Speak for Themselves:” Reflecting on the History and Origins of the Hector Pieterson Museum as ‘Memorial Architecture’ (Johannesburg, South Africa: Hector Pieterson Memorial and Museum Publication, 2006) – lead author.

2006
Patricia Hill Collins, Lory J. Dance, Bonnie Thornton Dill, Sharon Harley, Dianna R. Jackson-Lovett, Amy McLaughlin, Angel David Nieves, “Hurricane Katrina and Intersectionality: UM Symposium Fall 2006,” Research Connections, Research Journal of Center for Race, Gender and Ethnicity (CRGE), Issue #1 (Spring 2006): 2-3 – author’s listed alphabetically.

2005
Angel David Nieves, “Historic Sites as Tools for Social Justice in the ‘New’ South Africa: Black Heritage Preservation in the ‘Rainbow’ Nation’s Townships,” Research Connections, Research Journal of Center for Race, Gender and Ethnicity (CRGE), Issue #2 (Spring): 6-8.

1996
Angel David Nieves, “Communities and/or Museums?: Making Room for the ‘Other’ Voices,” Center for Museum Studies Bulletin, Smithsonian Institution, vol. 4, no. 2 (September 1996).