HUMN 4500 Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary course that explores the intersection of technology and humanistic inquiry. The course introduces students to the various digital tools and methods used in the analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of cultural artifacts, such as literature, music, and art. Through case studies, hands-on projects, and critical analysis, students will learn how to apply computational techniques to the study of humanistic questions, including text analysis, data visualization, and digital storytelling. The course also considers the ethical, social, and cultural implications of digital technologies on humanistic scholarship and public engagement. Students will gain practical skills and theoretical knowledge that can be applied to a range of fields within the humanities and beyond.



Lecture Hours


Lab Hours



ENGL 1102 / ENGL 1102H