WDW337H1: Historical Archives in the Digital Age

Hours: 
24L/12P

How do digital surrogates of texts and objects change how we use them? This course examines texts and archives in the digital age: the aims of building them; the new scholarly approaches that they enable; the preservation, access, and equity questions that they raise and require us to answer responsibly.

Prerequisite: 

WDW235H1 and WDW236H1; open to students not taking the Digital Humanities Minor by permission of the program coordinator.

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)