Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
Special Topics in Applied Digital Humanities
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Introduction to Digital Studies in the Arts and Humanities
An introduction to digital studies in the arts and humanities, broadly conceived as the critical, creative, and practical engagement with digital media, methods, tools, and experiences, as well as the theoretical and conceptual bases for understanding them.
Also offered as ENGL668K. Credit granted for MITH610 or ENGL668K. Meets in the MITH Conference Room - HBK0301.
Colloquium in Digital Studies
Also offered as ENGL798D. Credit granted for MITH729 or ENGL798D.Class meets in TWS 3136 on the following dates:2/2, 3/2, 4/6, and 5/4.
Performing the Digital Humanities
Prerequisite: MITH610; or permission of instructor.
MITH 741 - Performing the Digital asks what theoretical and applied research emerges out of the space of digital humanities and the performing arts. It will equip students with a nuanced overview of the history of the digital within performance and explore various technical approaches that can enable the exploration of intersections of research and practice, the connections between creation and research, and yes, even "cool" performance. A final project will take the place of a final Exam. Students of all disciplines and skills (STEM and ARHU) are welcome, and encouraged to join the journey.
Also offered as THET669T and DANC698T. Credit granted for MITH741, THET669T or DANC698T.