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Acknowledgements and Related Courses

Page history last edited by Alan Liu 5 years, 7 months ago

Curricula for the digital humanities are currently undergoing a phase of rapid innovation as the field develops. Syllabus collections for courses related to the digital humanities include:

 

 

This Winter 2017 course is the third iteration of my graduate seminar at University of California, Santa Barbara titled "Digital Humanities: Introduction to the Field."  It is revised from the first and second versions of the course in Fall 2013 and Fall 2014, respectively.  I have borrowed ideas, concepts for assignments, and resources from past courses I have taught on new media and digital humanities (e.g., "Literature+" project-building courses) and from other instructors in the world digital humanities community. Innovative courses taught by others that I have consulted or whose resources/ideas I have drawn from include:

 

 

My gratitude to these instructors and others in the digital humanities field, including folks in the vigorous DH Twitter community and folks who post on digital pedagogy (e.g., the people behind the excellent Hybrid Pedagogy journal), for inventive curricular ideas.

 

For introductory readings on the idea of the "archive" in class 8, my thanks to people on Twitter who answered a query I sent in August 2013.  (I reported on their suggestions in "Readings on the 'Archive' Useful for Teaching" (2013).

 

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