ILS-Z 657 DIGITAL HUMANITIES (3 CR.)
This course explores uses of information technology in digital humanities (humanities computing) from electronic scholarly editing, to the computational analysis of style, theme, and structure, to the cultural impact of IT on scholarly discourse and publishing. It covers several technologies including extensible Markup Language (XML) and the Text Encoding Initiative.
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Regular Academic Session / In Person
LEC 9785: Total Seats: 24 / Available: 2 / Waitlisted: 0Show Details for section 9785
- Above class meets with ILS-Z 764