Visualizations in the Humanities:
From the Cabinet of Curiosities to the Geoparser
AMST2661, ITAL2661, and MCM 2500F
Steven Lubar and Massimo Riva
Lab sessions by Jean Bauer
About the course: Museums, maps, network graphs and datasets reflect and shape the work of scholars in the humanities. This course provides an overview of the way that literary and historical scholars have organized, analyzed, and presented their research to each other and the public. The course includes theoretical, historical and practical work. It combines traditional humanities and digital humanities, academic and public humanities. It includes significant lab work, with students undertaking projects in their fields of study.
Seminar meetings on Monday, 3-5:20, in the Digital Scholarship Lab in Rockefeller Library
Lab session to be determined.