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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.
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april 2013 by sstutsman
William J. Turkel, "Digital History," Graduate, University of Western Ontario
This class briefly discusses many topics such as different digital tools, different visualize or create aural outputs of data and theorizes questions about inclusion, copyright, and censorship.
2012  graduate  sstutsmansyllabi  HistoryDept  DigitalHumanities  DanCohen  blogging  RoyRosenzwig  MarkUpLanguage  AllenRenear  JulieMeloni  SocialNetworking  Learning  engagement  Weitz  Visser  modeling  3d  inclusion  DigitalDivide  Access  BethanyNowviskie  Lepore  Posner  visualization  copyright  censorship  NetNeutrality  Interactivity  sound  oralhistory  gaming 
april 2013 by sstutsman

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