Curious about Digital Humanities?

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    Laura C. Mandell

    Our Digital Humanities Center at Texas A&M, the IDHMC, is offering an introductory course — four one-hour sessions; participation online. Here follows the flyer we sent out–please pass it on to anyone who might be interested. Thank you!
    P4H: What is Digital Humanities?
    An official course in the Programming 4 Humanists Series

    Beginning Friday, August 5, 2016 – 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. (Central)
    Meeting online via
    Pre-Registration Required
    Registration Opens Monday, July 18, 2016

    This course introduces the emerging field of Digital Humanities to participants with no background who wish to understand:

    What Digital Humanities is – the kinds of projects currently underway of various types

    How Digital Humanists go about their work

    Why new digital technologies are valuable for humanities scholars

    Who – a panel of Digital Humanists from diverse backgrounds will present their work

    Department Chairs or Heads, Administrators,
    faculty, and students – all are welcome.

    Course dates, syllabus, and registration information are available at

    Offered by the Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture – Texas A&M University

    Questions: email with Prog4Humanists as the subject line.

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