Courses

Required reading for Prof. Alexa Huang’s “Digital Humanities in Theory and Practice” (Spring 2013). [Photo: Alexa Huang]

On this site we will feature information about courses at GW (or local institutions) that focus on theoretical or practical issues in the digital humanities or otherwise explore the intersections between humanities approaches and digital media.

SPRING 2015:

GW English 6130 (Jonathan Hsy)
Literary Analysis and Digital Networks
[Consult graduate course listings on the English website]

GW English 6260 / GW French 4470 (Holly Dugan and Leah Chang)
Women Writers and their Networks: Early Modern England and France
[Consult graduate course listings on the English website or French website]

GW English 6350 (Daniel DeWispelare)
Nineteenth-Century Studies
[Consult graduate course listings on the English website]

GW History 3001.14 (Diane H. Cline)
Digital Humanities and the Historian (AKA “Digital History”)
[CRN 45841; meets Wednesdays 3:30-6:00, in Gelman B01]

SPRING 2014:

GW History 3001 (Diane H. Cline)
Digital Humanities and the Historian

SPRING 2013:

GW English 6130 (Alexa Huang)
Digital Humanities in Theory and Practice

ONGOING/ONLINE:

MOOC [Massive Open Online Course] at Udemy (Margaret Soltan, GW English)
Poetry: What it Is, and How To Understand It
[Visit the free online course at Udemy]

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