3. Methods in the Digital Humanities (2017)

Summary

At this meeting, we will have the first of many conversations about methods in the digital humanities. The readings address the application of digital humanities to historical questions, the history of the digital, and the limits of digital methodologies. In our lab, we will explore the Digital Freetown project, a digital public history project which is based at the IUPUI Arts & Humanities Institute and is a collaboration with Freetown Village and the School of Informatics and Computing.

Assignments (due before class)

Meeting Outline

I. Connect (15 min)
II. Discussion (45 min)
III. Walk to Informatics Building (15 min)
IV. Lab: Virtual Freetown (1 hr)
V. Discussion (20 min)

Required Reading

 

Optional Reading

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