CDH 507 / HUM 507

Data in the Humanities

Grant R. Wythoff

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This course provides a foundation in the history, concepts, methodologies, and tools of digital
humanities research. Students learn to critically evaluate and incorporate computational and data-driven methods into their research, as well as achieve a baseline fluency in accessing, filtering, and analyzing humanities datasets. No prerequisites or preexisting technical skills are required. Students working with texts, images, and artifacts are welcome.

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