Spring 2015, History of Science / Geography Presidential Dream Course
An interdisciplinary exploration of new datasets, tools, and forms of display made possible by 21st -century computing technologies that redraw the lines of inquiry about our past, present, and future. The Digital Humanities is a fast-paced field of play based on collaboration, cross-disciplinarity, and an open mind about rethinking space, time and meaning. Our team-based classroom activities will expose students to new ways of working with diverse kinds of information, sharpen their interpretive skills, and offer them the opportunity to create knowledge and share it with the world.
Assoc. Prof. Katherine Pandora
Dept. of the History of Science
Assoc. Prof. Darren Purcell
Dept. of Geography and Environmental Sustainability
hsci 3550 / geog 3980
TR, 1:30 - 2:45 p.m.
Physical Sciences 224