September 6 – Introduction – Conversation with Jennifer Brier and Matt Wizinsky
September 13 – What is/are Digital Humanities
September 20 – Theorizing Digital Media…and Code – PROPOSAL FOR HISTORY MOVES DUE
October 6 – VISIT BY JENNIFER BRIER AND REVIEW OF HISTORY MOVES PROJECT
October 11 – Digital Curating and Collecting – FINAL PROJECT PROPOSAL DUE
October 18 – Class attendance at Polonsky Fellow Presentation
November 1 – Database and Narrative – OMEKA WORKSHOP
November 8 – Networks FIRST PROTOTYPE DUE
November 22 – Social Media SOCIAL MEDIA JAM
November 29 – Network Communication GEPHI WORKSHOP with Deanna Sessions MEET IN BOBST ROOM 619
December 6 – Project Lab
December 13 – Project Review
ALL WORK MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF DAY DEC. 21
- Attendance at and attentiveness in all class meetings is vital to this complex, process-oriented course. As your work through your projects you will both benefit from and be able to assist your classmates by taking part in conversations and discussions of work in progress. As such this contribution to class discussion is mandatory.
- Excused absences are only allowed for special circumstances such as emergencies or illness. Please notify Prof Keramidas in the event an excused absence is necessary. Unexcused absences and repeated lateness will affect your final grade
- The shape of projects may shift in a way that you will be working collaboratively with other students. That is the nature of this kind of work. In cases of collaborative work you are expected to work well with your collaborators, contribute what is expected of you, and not allow other members to carry the workload.
- Plagiarism–the use of words, ideas, or arguments from another person or source without citation–is unacceptable in all circumstances and will be punished severely.