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Course Connections


COURSES WITH DIGITAL HUMANITIES CONTENT/EMPHASIS

EDUC 297

Experiencing Empathy 0.5 credit course. Explores the education landscape in New Orleans, Louisiana during the years since Hurricane Katrina through discussion of articles about the unique aspects of education and culture in New Orleans. This course involves research in the city for one week during spring recess. Students engage in approximately 14 pre- and post-travel training and discussion sessions as well as one week of interviewing, documenting and filmmaking in New Orleans. Focus on developing empathy through contact with and representations of subjects. This is a 0.50 credit course. Students enter through a competitive application/interview process.

ARCH 2012

Summer Field School in the Slocan Valley (Goodale & Nauman)

ARCH 251

Archaeology of Hamilton's Founding (Goodale/Spring 12)

CNMS 201 S

Introduction to Digital Humanities (Oppedisano)

CNMS 125S

Introduction to History and Theory of New Media 

CNMS/AMST 300

Digital History Research & Methods 

CMS 335

Media & Production

ENG 255

Marrow of African-American Lit (Odamtten/Fall 2010 & Fall 2011)

ENG 300

The American Prison Writer Project (Larson/Fall 2013)

ENG 300 or 400

Knowledge Work and Literary Futures (O'Neill/Spring 2013)

ENG 300

Women Filmmakers (O'Neill/Fall 2011 & Fall 2012)

HIST 180

Great Cities of Asia (Wilson/Fall 2010 & Fall 2011)

HIST 280

Chinese Culture (Wilson/Spring 2011)

HIST 309W

Virtual Asian Temples (Wilson/Spring 2012)

JPN 356

Intro to Japanese Film (Omori Fall 2011/2013)

Contact Information


Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi)

Hamilton College
Clinton, NY 13323
315-859-4125 315-859-4185 dhi@hamilton.edu
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