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Matthew Wilkens, "Digital Humanities," Graduate, Notre Dame
This course focuses on new methods and new objects in cultural and literary study and ways to use tools to make arguments. It opens with media theory but spends most of the course using tools to make arguments on large bodies of text.
graduate  DigitalHumanities  sstutsmansyllabi  2012  AlexGalloway  FrancoMoretti  StephenRamsey  MatthewKirschenbaum  MarshallMcLuhan  NetworkTheory  quantitativemethods  SocialNetworking  tools  GoogleNgram  DanCohen  TanyaClement  JeromeMcGann  datamining  hypertext  Database  LevManovich  topicmodeling  TedUnderwood  visualization  MatthewJockers  EnglishDept  MatthewGold 
april 2013 by sstutsman
Lev Manovich, "Theories of New Media," Graduate, UCSD
In this graduate course, Manovich links digital media (differentiating it from new media) to cinema and digital cinema. He begins with the origins of the internet and questioning what is new media and ends with ideas of collective intelligence and identity online.
graduate  VisualArtsDept  1998  InternetOrigins  BillNichols  AlexGalloway  WhatIsNewMedia?  cybernetics  automation  InformationStructures  Turig  interface  Kittler  film  Licklider  LevManovich  Interactivity  virtuality  immersion  simulation  JeanBaudrillard  DigitalCinema  CollectiveIntelligence  PierreLevy  MarshallMcLuhan  AnnFriedberg  DzigaVertov  Database  ChrisMarker  SherryTurkle  identity  sstutsmansyllabi  VannevarBush  NewMedia  NKatherineHayles 
february 2013 by sstutsman

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