Our weekly schedule:
Week 1: Jan. 24 – Digital Humanities, Making, & the DH ethos
- Lego Exercise
- Read: Critical Humility
- Assignment: Use the web to define the Digital Humanities. Be prepared to defined your answer in Week 2.
- Something to explore: How did they make that?
Week 2: Jan. 31 – What is DH? Why do we need it?
What is it?
- Enter your definitions and reference(s), here.
- Digital History
- Digital Skills cartogram
- Jeffrey Schnapp on DH
- The Radical, Unrealized Potential of Digital Humanities
Why do we need it?
- Driverless code
- Google is(n’t just) a platform
- What’s wrong with NPR Podcasts?
- Sexual harassment in VR
- Extra: Claims and Crowds
Week 3: Feb. 7 – exemplī grātiā, Tech at Pompeii
Week 4: Feb. 14 – No Class, Instructor away.
Week 5: Feb. 21 – A Domain of One’s own
Week 6: Feb. 28 – Publishing Platforms
Week 7: March 7 – Digital Collections
Week 8: March 14 – No Class, Spring Break.
Week 9: March 21 – DH, Copyright, and Open Access
- The Elephant in the Room
- Project Topics due (click for form).
- Project Tools Sign-up Poll (first come, first served).
Week 10: March 28 – Topic Modeling
- What is Distant ReadingVoyant Tools
- Prescot Street as Topic Model, or, reading an excavation distantly
- Distant Reading a Domain of One’s Own.
- I’d read it all, but I Kant
Week 11: April 4 –3D Modeling, Part I
- PQP Modeling
- PQP Photogrammetry
- Poehler on Photogrammetry at Pompeii
- PQP, Room 40 Fly-through
Week 12: April 11 – 3D Modeling, Part II @ Digital Humanities Lab
Week 13: April 18 – No Class, Monday Schedule
- Blog Post #2 Due.
Week 14: April 25 – GIS
Week 15: May 2 – What have we learned? What comes next?