Digital Hist& Humanities (Top)

VMS 390S-1.01

Digital History and Digital Humanities in theory and practice. Students plan, research and develop new technology projects which present archival material and historical interpretations to scholars and the general public through research papers, websites, and museum exhibits. The course meets weekly to discuss readings in American history, southern history, and digital history/humanities. Students explore archival material in the Rubinstein Library, learn how to use digital tools for humanities projects, develop principles of effective digital project management, create cross-disciplinary collaborations and learn about the ethics for creating research projects in the humanities. Instructor: Abel/Szabo

Class Room 1: 
Perkins 350
Abel, Trudi
Szabo, Victoria
FDS Uid: 
11 196
Semester Year: 
Spring 2017
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