Class sessions take place on Fridays, 10:20am-1:10pm eastern time on Zoom (password will be sent to students separately).

September 4Introduction to Digital Humanities

September 11Issues in Digital Humanities

September 18Disciplinary Presentations & Crafting a Research Question
Assignment due: Disciplinary Presentation

September 25Projects and Accessibility
Assignment due: Project Critique 1

October 2The Crisis: Analyzing Text at Scale

October 9Tool Presentations & Website Building Options
Assignment due: Tool Presentation

October 16Walking Harlem: Creating an Archive and Working with Metadata

October 23Walking Harlem: Refining the Archive and Working with Maps
October 26 – Assignment due: Project Critique 2

October 30Beyond 2D
Assignment due: Find a Digital Humanities Project

November 6Crowdsourcing & Data Cleaning
November 11 – Assignment due: Project Critique 3

November 13The Crisis, Beyond Text: Analyzing Image Data and Working with Networks
November 16 – Assignment due: Final Project Proposal

November 16 – December 4 – Meet with Instructors about Final Project

November 20 – Exam

December 4Final Project Work

December 11 – Draft Project Presentations
Assignment due: Final Project Draft Presentation

December 16 (TBC) – Final Project Presentations
Assignment due: Final Project Presentation

December 18 (no class meeting) – Final Project Due