DSAM 3000 Digital Studies and Methods: Seminar

Days and Times: Mo 9–11:50am
Room: 104 Frick Fine Arts
Instructor: Alison Langmead
This course is offered every Fall Term.
This seminar addresses the relationships between digital computing and the humanities and allied social sciences, both as a subject of both historical interest and contemporary practical concern. We engage in ongoing theoretical discussions but also fully engage with what it takes to implement interpretive research in the digital environment. Students leave this class having gained a personally significant understanding of current debates in the field of digitally-oriented interpretive research as well as having built a digital project of their own. This course serves as one of the core requirements for the graduate certificate in digital studies and methods.
This course is cross-listed with HAA 2045.