Lopez, M. (2019 Dec 14). “Cometemos errores en la ciencia de datos desde el principio, al recoger esos datos”: Catherine d’Ignazio, profesora adjunta del MIT. Xataka.

Rowling, M. (2019 Nov 21). Smart cities urged to look beyond rich white men. Reuters.

Ebbert, S. (2019 June 12). For young activists, a new cause: period parity. The Boston Globe.


Schwabisch, J. (2018 Dec 18). Episode #142: Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren Klein. PolicyViz Podcast.

Tran, J. (2018 May 25). Roppongi Art Night’s giant splash of color. Japan Times.

Carleton, Amy (2018 May 4). The Problems With Breastfeeding Go Way Beyond Breast Pumps. The Atlantic.

Nowogrodzki, Anna (2018 May 3). The Time Has Come for a Better Breast Pump. Neo Dot Life.

Native News Online Staff. (2018 May 2). Indigenous Women Rising & NM Breastfeeding Task Force Recognized for Work to Make Pueblo Regalia Breastfeeding-Friendly. Native News.

Kindelan, K. (2018 April 30). Engineers, doctors and moms team up to ‘make the breast pump not suck’ and hack other barriers to breastfeeding. ABC News. ABC News.

(for the many articles about the Make the Breast Pump Not Suck Hackathon, click here.)


Bilton, Ricardo.(2017 July 26). A new program wants to help more people in news orgs — beyond journalists — get literate with data. Nieman Lab.

Shook, J. (2017 February 17). Creative Data Storytelling with Catherine D’Ignazio. Storify.

Halperin, J. (2017 February 15). Transforming public spaces with the Institute for Infinitely Small Things. Creative Commons.

Clossey, E. (2017 January 30). Emerson Faculty Member Working to Bring Data Literacy to Non-profits. Emerson College Today.

Graham-O’Regan, M. (2017 January 18). Boylston-Tremont crosswalk time lengthened. The Berkeley Beacon.

Scott Claus, K. (2017 January 18). Petition to Rename Boylston T Stop ‘Emerson College’ Gains 800 Signatures. Boston Magazine.

Gaffin, A. (2017 January 15) Time for Emerson College to have its own T stop, some students say. UniversalHub.

Clossey, E. (2017 January 11). City Adds Seconds to Walk Signal Following Student Civic Media Campaign. Emerson College Today.

Annear, S. (2017 January 11). Emerson students get more time to cross the street. The Boston Globe.


Clossey, E. (2016 December 9). Reimagination: Civic Design Course Tackles Notorious Intersection. Emerson College Today.

Annear, S. (2016 December 6). Emerson students want more time to cross the street. The Boston Globe.

Reyes, M. (2016 December 1). Class aims to improve Boylston-Tremont intersection. The Berkeley Beacon.

Yung, J. (2016 October 16) Analyse Text and CSVs easily with Jessica Yung.

Bertini, E. & Stefaner, M. (2016 September 8). Information+ Conference Review. Data Stories Podcast.

LaScala, M. (2016 August 2). It’s Time to Dump the Pump. Working Mother.

Kammerer, B. (2016 July 30). La révolution est au bout du tire-lait! Slate France.

Ferguson, J. (2016 July 25). Q&A with Catherine D’Ignazio. MISC Magazine. Spring 2016.

Ampuero, R. (2016 July 19). Cómo DataBasic puede ayudarte a empezar tu storytelling. Escuela de Datos Blog.

Aldaba, M. (2016 July 12). Dots are people too: Learnings from Information+. Thinking Machines Data Science Blog.

Olson, K. Climate Storytelling. Vol 27. No. 2. Issue 54. (Spring/Summer 2016). Public Art Review Magazine.

Ortutay, B. (2016 June 29). It sucks – startups look to redesign the breast pump. Associated Press.

Martin, C. (2016 April 23). Building a Better Breast Pump, Not a Milking Machine. The New York Times.

Schama, C. (2016 April 18). WE NEED A BETTER BREAST PUMP AND WE NEED IT NOW. Elle Magazine.

Giamo, C. (2016 April 1). Turning a Presidential Campaign Into a Set of Bawdy Limericks. Atlas Obscura.

Sentinel Staff. (2016 February 26). Tool piloted by The Sentinel wins national award. The Keene Sentinel. 

Cristianello, R. (2016 February 25). Engagement Lab partners with local institutions in Boston Civic Media Consortium. The Berkeley Beacon.

Salter, A. (2016 February 15). Using DataBasic for Simple Data Analysis. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Yau, N. (2016 February 10). Suite of data tools for beginners, focused on fun. Flowing Data.

Young, N. (2016 January 24). Who do data visualizations leave out? Spark, CBC Radio.


Schick, M. (2015 September 16). Professor receives Knight Grant for data journalism class. Berkeley Beacon.

Preston, E. (2015 September 16). Handmade boats bring citizen science to the Mystic River. BetaBoston.

O’Brien, D. (2015 September 3). D’Ignazio gets $35k data journalism grant. Emerson News.

Smythe, R. (2015, August 26). MIT and Emerson Professors Create NetStories. EdTechTimes.

Shea, A. (2015, August 21). Can Walking Your Dog Be Art? Tours And An Exhibit At DeCordova Unleash Pedestrian Powers. The Artery on WBUR.

Martinez, J. (2015, August 15). NewsPix tool helps newspapers remain visible to digital audiences. Newspaper Association of America.

Reid, A. (2015, August 13). Making data more human with DataBasic.

Benton, J. (2015, August 5). This new tool adds a little news to your web-browsing life every time you hit Ctrl-TNieman Lab Blog.



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The Landscape of Fear.” Boston Phoenix. David Scharfenberg.                                                                 Sept 2011


Boston Celebrates Inauguration.” WBUR Public Radio. Andrea Shea.                     Jan 2009


They scream, ice cream.” Boston Globe/Local. Adam Gaffin.                           May 2007

Anxiety Art’s Escape Route.” Rhizome Net Art News. Miguel Amado.                     May 2007

It’s the place where creativity and technology meet.” Boston Globe/Arts. Cate McQuaid.

April 2007

Funny way to pique curiosity.” Boston Globe. Nick A. Zaino III.                   March 2007


A street by any other name: Group tackles monikers as art.” Boston Globe. Michael Kenney.

August 2006

Down By the River” Boston Globe. Amy Roeder.                                       June 2006

A Conversation with iKatun”. Big, Red & Shiny. Issue #40.                         April 2006

“57 Things to Do For Free in Harvard Square”. Shanti Sadler. Cambridge Chronicle. March 2006


8 Artists to Watch”. Big, Red & Shiny.                                               Oct 2005

Command performances”. Boston Globe. Cate McQuaid.                                 July 2005

“BITTER MELON WEEK: South End artists celebrate revolting vegetable”. Rachel Ahrens. Weekly Dig.                                                                                     2005

“Helping their human garden grow: Unusual effort tries to show hidden ties”. Boston Globe/Neighborhood. Kimberly W. Moy.                                                 July 2005

Ambitious and engaging show makes art of community”. Boston Globe/Arts. Cate McQuaid.

July 2005

The Mainstream”. Alternet podcast. Jaclyn Friedman.                               June 2005

Just Obey Your Ads”. Rhizome’s Net Art News. Kevin McGarry.                         May 2005

All Over the Map”. Boston Globe. Cate McQuaid.                                   April 2005

WhackJobs in White Coats are coming to mess you up”. Weekly Dig. Chris Haire.     March 2005


Art, technology interface well at ‘info@blah’“. Boston Herald. Net Life/by Stephanie Schorow.                                                                             May 2003

Taming technology’s overload with artful systems“. Boston Globe. Cate McQuaid.      May 2003

High-tech works come of age“. Boston Herald. Joanne Silver.                       April 2003

“Interactive Paradise”. Tufts Magazine. Margie Kelley.                                   2003

“Exploiting the Creative Potential of Technology”. Harvard Community Resource. Margie Kelley.                                                                            Jan 2003


Kanarinka Can“. Rhizome’s Net Art News. Rachel Greene.                             Nov 2002

“Digital Pockets”. [A-N] For Artists. Jessica Loseby.                               June 2002