Digital Public Humanities is a graduate-level course taught by Jim McGrath at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage (Brown University) in the Fall of 2017. A previous version of this course was taught by Jim in the Spring of 2016.
A pdf of the course syllabus and schedule can be found here.
A major element of this course is a semester-long collaboration with the Providence Public Library Special Collections Department.
If you’re enrolled in the course, everything you need should be on this site! Please remember to check your Brown University email account and the course Slack site for regular updates.
If you’re not in the course, I’m happy to answer questions you might have about it! You can email me at email@example.com or get in touch via Twitter (@JimMc_Grath).
Angela DiVeglia, Jordan Goffin, and Kate Wells, Providence Public Library Special Collections Department
Patrick Rashleigh, Brown University Library Center for Digital Scholarship
Citation for this course
McGrath, Jim. Digital Public Humanities. Fall 2017. John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage (Department of American Studies), Brown University. Providence, RI. Web. [Access Date].
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