Prerequisites: DIGH 400 and DIGH 402 This course invites students to learn about and engage in collaborative project-building. Students will contribute to building an active faculty-led digital humanities research project. Work will be informed by weekly readings and seminar-style discussions. Possible work may include coding, data modeling, digitization, proposal-writing, grant-writing, project management, design, and research. Outcomes:A collaborative contribution to a digital humanities research project run by a faculty or staff member and sponsored by the CTSDH. Class Notes: DIGH 500 will meet in CTSDH Room 318 (Loyola Hall). Add Consent: Department Consent Required. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisites: DIGH400 and DIGH 402.
Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018, Fall 2017