TLISI 2018: Hacking Grad School: Digital Humanities in the Classroom - May 23, 2018
While it's an umbrella term to some and niche specialty to others, Digital Humanities (DH) has come to represent the possibilities that the digital age brings to humanities scholarship. It's a buzzword in job advertisements, calls for papers, and grant applications but what is DH's role in the graduate classroom? Further, how can DH transform graduate level scholarship and development? Taking up these questions, this panel comprised of three graduate students advised by Amanda Phillips, associate professor of English will investigate approaches to teaching a graduate seminar on the digital humanities.
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