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Current and Future Courses
New York University Abu Dhabi
Do numbers provide us with self-knowledge? This colloquium takes a critical glance at where data meets the self, both in a historical perspective and in the contemporary landscape of wearable technologies and the datafication of human lives. (See this video about the course context).
An examination of quantitative computer-based methods for analyzing texts of the human record. It also offers a glimpse into possible futures of reading and text as data approaches.
An exploration of the map in the digital age & the benefits and risks of geolocating devices in our data-rich world. Students generate and interpret their own data within familiar environments, experimenting with data storytelling methods.
A broad examination of concepts important in today’s society (computational thinking, digital identity, text as data, patterns, algorithms, geolocation).
An exploration in theory and in practice of what makes a digital object, including building web-based exhibits, accessing and reusing open cultural content as well as learning to create one’s own.
An overview of key topics in the spatial humanities: modeling spatial data, web mapping, geo-referencing historical maps, device-based data collection, geolocated 3d modeling.
Digital Humanities Summer Institute, University of Victoria, Canada
Foundations: Introduction to Computation for Literary Studies (summer 2020).
European Summer University in Digital Humanities “Culture and Technology,” Leipzig University, Germany
From Text to Map: Modeling Historical Humanities Data in Mapping Environments (summer 2016) – 30 hours