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DGAH 398.00 Digital Arts & Humanities Portfolio: A Capstone Seminar 2 credits

Open: Size: 15, Registered: 7, Waitlist: 0

Weitz Center 231

Synonym: 61818

Austin Mason

The work of Digital Arts & Humanities takes place at the crossroads of computing, humanities, and creative production. While digital tools and computational methods can enhance humanities research and artistic production, traditional humanistic approaches must also question digital technologies. Both the processes and products of this work stretch the boundaries of familiar academic formats. In this course, students will create an ePortfolio that curates and critically reflects on the digital processes and products of courses and co-curricular experiences at Carleton, guided by readings on the current state of interdisciplinary digital scholarship. A capstone for the DGAH minor, the seminar will include numerous workshop events and culminate in public portfolio presentations.

Prerequisite: Prior digital arts and humanities course work, including but not limited to core DGAH courses

ENGL 285.00 Textual Technologies from Parchment to Pixel 6 credits

Open: Size: 25, Registered: 14, Waitlist: 0

Laird 007

Synonym: 62243

George Shuffelton

As readers, we rarely consider the technologies, practices, and transactions that deliver us our texts. This course introduces students to the material study of writing, manuscripts, books, printing, and digital media. It attends to the processes of copying, revision, editing, and circulation; familiarizes students with the disciplines of descriptive bibliography, paleography, and textual criticism; and introduces the principles of editing, in both print and electronic media. It offers hands-on practice in most of these areas.

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