WDW435H1: The Internet Archive


Digital environments change how knowledge is created, communicated, and used. Using the Internet Archive as case study, this course examines the significance of such changes from a variety of perspectives: knowledge representation; technical infrastructure; gender, class, and race issues; disability rights; intellectual property questions; and algorithmic and interpretive scholarly approaches.


WDW235H1 and WDW236H1 plus at least 1.0 additional FCE in the Digital Humanities Minor program; open to students not taking the Digital Humanities Minor by permission of the program coordinator.

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Creative and Cultural Representations (1)