Syllabus 2016

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Syllabus 2016 2018-01-04T16:07:55-05:00

Week-by-Week

January 28 – Introduction

February 4 – No Class Prof. Keramidas at CAA

February 11 – What is/are Digital Humanities

February 18 – Issues in the Digital Humanities

Analysis

February 25 – Algorithmic Methods of Humanistic Work PROJECT PROPOSAL DUE

March 3 – Text Encoding, Scholarly Editions, and Interpretation – Guest Speaker Marion Thain – TEI WORKSHOP

March 10 – Text Analysis and Topic Modeling – VOYANT WORKSHOP 

March 17 – Spring Recess

March 24 –  Close, Distant, and Surface Reading – Guest Speaker David Hoover

Visualization

March 31 – What is Visualization and What is Good Visualization – FIRST PROTOTYPE DRAFT DUE

April 7 – Networks, Maps, and Graphs – Guest Speaker Andrew Battista — CARTODB WORKSHOP (meet in Bobst 619)

April 14 – 2D and 3D Images and Models – Guest Speaker Sebastian Heath — 3D MODELING WORKSHOP

April 21 – Virtual and Time-Based Experiences – Guest Speaker Marina Hassapopoulou

April 28 – Project Lab

May 5 – Project Lab

May 12 – Project Review

 All final work to be completed by midnight Sunday May 15th.

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