While interpretive scholars have been applying computational methods to their work for as long as there have been digital computers, the arrival of the World Wide Web witnessed a more expansive group of humanists and social scientists, armed with a new array of interpretive possibilities, joining the conversation about how computing can productively enrich their research. In these recent years, such scholars have turned to using the computer not only as a revolutionary programmable calculator but also as a medium of connection, capable of supporting a wide number of approaches to scholarly investigation, interpretation, and expression. In sum, they focus on what it means to be human in a world where the dominant force-for-change seems to be technology. The Graduate Certificate in Digital Studies and Methods is designed to welcome students into this community.
To learn more about the Graduate Certificate in Digital Studies and Methods, please contact the DSAM Graduate Advisor, Alison Langmead, at firstname.lastname@example.org.