Digital Humanities & New Media


276 Results Found

Digital History

Digital History

Dr. William J Turkel, University of Western Ontario

Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities

Dr. Lauren Klein, Georgia Institute of Technology

Digital Humanities in Research and Teaching

Digital Humanities in Research and Teaching

Dr. Stephen Brier and Dr. Matthew K. Gold, The City University of New York

Digital Humanities: Beyond the Book (Fall 2008)

Digital Humanities: Beyond the Book (Fall 2008)

“Provides an introduction to the field of humanities computing with a special emphasis on literary text-analysis. Students learn about the preparation and processing of digital texts while exploring literary questions. The course includes units dealing with “stylometry” (computer based stylistic analysis), authorship attribution, gender detection, text encoding, and the visualization of literary information using such tools as Many Eyes, Google Earth, Excel, and custom tools we develop in the class.”

Digital Literary Studies: History and Principles

Digital Literary Studies: History and Principles

Dr. Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria

Digital Media in Society

Digital Media in Society

Professor Fred Turner, Stanford University

Digital media issues

Digital media issues

Dr. Cindy Royal, Texas State University

digital media theory

digital media theory

Instructor: kathleen fitzpatrick, Pomona College

Digital Media Theory & Trends

Digital Media Theory & Trends

Dr. Sidneyeve Matrix, Queen’s University

Digital Poetics

Digital Poetics

Dr. Elizabeth Losh, University of California-San Diego