sstutsman + jamesgleick   3

Shawn Graham, "Digital History," Graduate, Carleton University
In this graduate-level history course, Graham has his students question what is history in the digital age and how can digital tools help the way we study and understand history.
sstutsmansyllabi  graduate  DigitalHumanities  2011  Hacker  datamining  textanalysis  MobileComputing  gaming  InformationStructures  Remix  tools  OpenSource  JamesGleick  FatherBusa  StephenRamsey  HistoryDept 
april 2013 by sstutsman
Ryan Cordell, "Technology of Texts," Undergraduate, Northeastern University
This undergraduate class is structured by questions of: what is the book? what is text? how does the digital change this? in what ways does it remain the same? It also briefly teaches digital tools that students can use to help make sense of the literary texts they might encounter.
sstutsmansyllabi  undergraduate  2012  EnglishDept  NewMedia  AlanLiu  Plato  TimCarmody  JohnWard  MarshallMcLuhan  WhatIsTheBook?  tools  WalterOng  Bede  Chaucer  html  StephenFry  PeterStallybrass  ElizabethEisenstein  TEI  WilliamBlake  illuminatedprinting  SocialNetworking  identity  DavidHenkin  Emily  Dickinson  MereditchMcGill  NathanielHarthorne  JamesGleick  Thoreau  Art  WalterBenjamin  StephenRamsey  JorgeLuisBorges  FrancoMoretti  TSEliot  hypertext  historyofthebook 
april 2013 by sstutsman

Copy this bookmark: