Two Digital Humanities courses will be offered in Spring 2018 for students interested in learning about the field.
Whitney Sperrazza, DH postdoctoral researcher at the Hall Center, is teaching a course titled ‘Digital Approaches to Early Women Writers' (crosslisted as ENGL 301 and HUM 300). The class focuses on women writers in England between 1550 and 1700, and how these writers engaged with topics like gender, class, race, and power. Students will adopt emerging digital humanities practices for reading and analyzing texts. The class meets Tuesday/Thursday from 2:30pm - 3:45pm in Watson Library. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dhanashree Thorat, DH postdoctoral researcher in IDRH, is teaching a course titled ‘Methods in Digital Humanities’ (crosslisted as HUM 500, ENGL 590, and HON 492). The course introduces advanced undergraduate and graduate students to interdisciplinary methods and practices in DH, and explores topics such as data mining, digital mapping, data visualization, and digital cultural studies. The class meets on Mondays/Wednesdays from 3:00pm – 4:15pm in Watson Library. Please send queries to email@example.com.