• Anastasia Salter deposited Syllabus: Critical Making for Humanist Scholarship in the group Group logo of Digital HumanitiesDigital Humanities on MLA Commons 2 years, 7 months ago

    Fall 2021, fully online, asynchronous course: Critical making is a practice of making as scholarship, grounded in the humanities, that interweaves design, function, and theory towards born-digital scholarly practice. Engaging in scholarly communication through digital platforms demands attention to code, software, and hardware. This course emphasizes building a theoretical framework and applied practice in critical making, drawing on digital humanities discourse, intentional design, minimal scripting tools, and multimodal development as part of scholarly communication.