Digital Humanities Lecture: Dr. William Pannapacker, "From Digital Humanities to Digital Liberal Arts"

January 18 at 78 pm[1h]
Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall

Digital Humanities Lecture: Dr. William Pannapacker, "From Digital Humanities to Digital Liberal Arts" Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall

As part of the Digital Humanities initiative Gustavus welcomes Dr. William Pannapacker from Hope College (MI) to lecture on the use of digital components and research methods in the liberal arts classroom.

The Digital Humanities initiative at Gustavus offers a wide variety of January Interim Experience courses that have a digital dimension. These courses provide students with collaborative hands-on experiences with cultural materials in a resource-rich learning environment, developing critical thinking, analytical, and communications skills by pairing traditional humanities-based critical and interpretive skills with opportunities to develop projects. Courses with a digital humanities component emphasize collaboration, are project-based, and involve sharing the humanities with the public.

Students in Digital Humanities courses this January will be in attendance; the talk is free and open to any and all other members of the Gustavus community as well.

AudiencePublic
ContactBaker Lawley — 507-933-7402
CategoryGeneral
SponsorProvost's Office