For the full list of courses, see the DH Graduate Certificate course list (and please, contact us to have your course added, or to inquire about a course being included).

DH Graduate Certificate, Courses in Fall 2018

For the full list of courses, see the DH Graduate Certificate course list (and please, contact us to have your course added,or to inquire about a course being included).

DH Graduate Certificate, Courses in Fall 2017

For the full list of courses, see the DH Graduate Certificate course list (and please, contact us to have your course added,or to inquire about a course being included).

DH Certificate: Breadth courses, Spring 2017

DH Certificate: Depth courses, Spring 2017

We are excited to announce our Digital Humanities Working Group Meet-Ups for the 2016-17 academic year!

Our theme for the year is “Publicly Engaging the Digital Humanities.” All of the meet-ups will focus, in some form or fashion, on the intersection between the digital and the public humanities and reflect on public-facing scholarship generally.

The schedule is below and more information will follow.

Please feel free to contact Tim Blanton or Poushali Bhadury if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing everyone at the meet-ups!

Topic/Title Presenter Time/Date Location
HASTAC Scholars Program Dhanashree Thorat 2:00-3:00, Tues. Sept. 20th Scott Nygren Studio (LW 212)
Public History & Digital Archives Paula de la Cruz-Fernández 2:00-3:00, Tues. Oct. 18th Scott Nygren Studio (LW 212)
From Historical GIS to Crowdsourcing and Collective Memory Michelle Campos 2:00-3:00, Tues. Oct. 25th Scott Nygren Studio (LW 212)
I-Book on Civil Rights Lauren Pearlman 2:00-3:00, Tues.  Nov. 15th Smathers Conference Room (First Floor)
DH Library Internship Poushali Bhadury 2:00-3:00, Tues. Dec. 6th Scott Nygren Studio (LW 212)
The Digitizing of Public Scholarship Ibram Kendi 2:00-3:00, Tues. Jan. 17th Scott Nygren Studio (LW 212)
Teaching Reason through Technology Greg Ray 2:00-3:00, Tues. Mar. 21st Scott Nygren Studio (LW 212)

Courses being offered that will count toward the Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate, Fall 2016:

Breadth courses:

Depth courses:

See a description of the breadth and depth requirements.

In Spring 2016, the following courses, which count toward the Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate, are being offered:

  1. Digital Breadth Courses
  • AMH 6557/LAW6930: Seminar in Constitutional or Legal History: Special Topics, Applied Legal History; Thursday 8-10 period
  • CAP 5100: Human-Computer Interaction; Monday and Wednesday, Friday 5 period
  • LIN 6932: Special Topics: Methods in Language Documentation; Monday and Wednesday, Friday 7
  1. Digital Depth Courses
  • ART 5674C Digital Fabrication; Tuesday and Thursday 8-10 periods
  • ART 6675C Digital Art and Animation; Tuesday and Thursday 5-7 periods
  • ART 6849C Reactive Environments; Tuesday and Thursday 2-4 periods
  • DIG 6931C Digital Tools for the Arts and Humanities, Monday and Wednesday 5-6 periods
  • EDF 6402: Quantitative Foundations in Educational Research: Inferential Statistics; Thursday 7-9 periods
  • EDF 6403: Qualitative Foundations in Education Research; Monday and Wednesday 9-11 periods
  • GIS 5107C: Geographic Information Systems in Research; Tuesday 5-6 periods and Wednesday 6-7 periods
  • IDC 6505C Programming for Artists; Monday, Wednesday 11-E2 periods
  • LIT 6236, Panama Silver, Asian Gold: Reimagining Diasporas, Archives, and the Humanities, Tuesday 6-8 periods
  1. Digital Humanities Studio

Graduate students who are interested in these courses should contact the relevant departments and faculty members about enrolling. Students who are interested in the Digital Humanities Certificate should begin by exploring our website http://sites.clas.ufl.edu/dhwg/dh-graduate-certificate/