New York Times
We are extremely grateful to Terry Schwadron and Richard Meislin of the New York Times for their support since 1993. We also acknowledge the assistance of the many New York Times reporters who continually work with us on the Census Collaboration project.
For samples of some of our work with the Times, click here
This project is made possible with funding from the National Science Foundation, Division of Undergraduate Education. Myles Boylan's help is gratefully acknowledged. The series of unrelated projects includes the following:
and Exploring New York City Change, 1905-2000: A Set of Interactive
Web Based Tools"
Research - Visualizing and Exploring United States Urban and
Rural Social Change, 1790 - 2000 -- Interactive Multimedia and Web Based
Research: A Digital Library Collection for Visually Exploring
United States Demographic and Social Change"
CUNY Institute of Software Design and Development
Other funding and support include the Ford Foundation through a CUNY
mentorship grant, the CUNY Institute of Software Design and Development, and CUNY/Computing and Information Services, as well as the Queens College Sociology Department.
|Research Centers and Projects|
(National Historical Geographic Information System)
|Minnesota Population Center University of Minnesota|
(Integrated Public Use Microdata Series) Censuses from 1850 to 1990
for the study of American society
and culture at UCLA
|Census Materials in Teaching|
Frey's Social Science Data Analysis Network
York and Los Angeles: Politics, Society,
and Culture--A Comparative View
David Halle, editor
Migration to the United States
Are there any difference between the migration during the turn of the century and now? Find out!
Time Past Place
Published 2002, this book shows how GIS can illuminate history.
Change, Tall Within
A history of African American presence in the Hudson Valley region from the colonial period to the present.
Gazette. - Demography Archives
Prof. Beveridge writes a monthly column highlighting his findings on the 2000 U.S. Census and other topics for the Gotham Gazette
|Some Examples from the Gotham Gazette Columns by Andrew A. Beveridge:|
Trends That Shape The City's Political Landscape
(May, 2005) Four demographic trends "define New York City's unique political
landscape," Andrew Beveridge writes, "all of which the candidates must
understand, even if they have little power to change them."
York's Responders and Protectors
Street Bonus Babies
YORK LAWYERS: A PROFILE
of Same-Sex (Married) Couples
Affluent Of Manhattan
The US Live Without Race?