Schedule


 

Schedule of Readings and Assignments for English 236

 

This graduate course meets during fall quarter 2013 on Tuesdays at 11:00 am to 1:30 pm in the English Department's Transcriptions Center, South Hall 2509.

 

 

 

Class 1 Notes

Class 1 (Oct. 1) — Digital Humanities and the Humanities

          [Students are asked to do the readings for this class in advance of the course's first meeting]

 

 

 

 


 

Class 2 Notes

Class 2 (Oct. 8) — State of the Field

 

 

[Some of the focal readings from class 1 will be reprised to complement the more professionally-oriented readings of class 2 about the "field."]

 

 


 

Class 3 Notes

Class 3 (Oct. 15) — Text Encoding

 

 


 

Class 4 Notes

Class 4 (Oct. 22) — Text Analysis (1): From Close Reading to Distant Reading

 

 

 


 

Class 5 Notes

Class 5 (Oct. 29) — Text Analysis (2): Topic Modeling

 

 

 


 

Class 6 Notes

Class 6 (Nov. 5) — Social Network Analysis

 

 

 

 


 

Class 7 Notes

Class 7 (Nov. 12) — Deep Space-Time in DH (1): Digital Visualization & Mapping

 

 


 

Class 8 Notes

Class 8 (Nov. 19) — Deep Space-Time in DH (2): Archives, Pastness, & Media Pasts

 

 

 


 

Class 9 Notes

Class 9 (Nov. 26) — Critical Digital Humanities: Making It Different

 

 

 


 

Class 10 Notes

Class 10 (Dec. 3) — Student Presentations of Project Prospectuses

 

 


 

John Unsworth, "What’s 'Digital Humanities' and How Did It Get Here?"