HUM 346 / ENG 256 / CDH 346

Introduction to Digital Humanities

Wouter Haverals

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How can computational tools help us to understand art and literature? This seminar offers an introduction to the ‘big tent’ that is called Digital Humanities (DH), emphasizing the integration of computational methods in the study of humanities. The course covers a range of digital tools and approaches designed to organize, explore, and narrate data-driven stories. Course topics will range from a critical reflection on the boundaries – or boundlessness? – of DH research, to the creation of digital cultural artifacts. Students will learn about a variety of theories and methodologies, actively engaging with a broad array of digital tools.

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