Neal takes an interdisciplinary approach to humanistic scholarship and museum work that is informed by art history, cultural studies, digital technology and sociology.
Neal is an Associate Digital Asset Specialist in the Digital Media Department at The Metropolitan Museum of Art where he forecasts digital trends, leads digitization efforts and manages special initiatives such as the Google Art Project. Stimler is a Google Glass Explorer and participates in experimental programs with The Met Media Lab. Neal advocates for digital humanities methods of collaboration and inquiry as the core of museum practice. He is committed to strengthening digital preservation in museums as they become vital stewards of digital culture. Stimler encourages museums’ to open access and use of the shared cultural heritage resources in their repositories for the humanistic benefit of the public.
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