Digital Humanities (DIGI) - Contemporary Digital Humanities

DIGI 2016  Contemporary Digital Humanities


Any 24 credits completed.


36 hours




Students study the digital humanities from the perspective of state-of-the-art and leading-edge work in the field. They are provided with an overview of the digital humanities, its history, large digital humanities projects over the past few decades, digital scholarship, broad introduction to computing and to the main computational tools used in the humanities, digital archives, text analysis, and criticisms of the digital humanities, and its possible future(s).

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