Digital Humanities, or just simply “DH,” is the name for a set of computer-based tools and methods used by people in the humanities that are increasingly important for students in virtually every field of study. This interdisciplinary program taught by faculty from across the university focuses on training students and providing hands on experience with the tools, methods, and real-world projects that have become central to cutting-edge humanities scholarship. Find full Spring Quarter course descriptions here.
From public history and journalism to website development and all levels of teaching, real-world experience with state-of-the-art software makes a digital humanities degree highly effective in a world powered by new media. Find out more here, or contact the program director John Shanahan at email@example.com.