Please find below the updated planning for this semester’s course.
(19.09) Concepts : Digital Humanities, Digital Studies, Digital Culture. Skills : Academic blogging, Live Tweeting
(26.09) Concepts : Documentation of flux / fluidication of documents. Tools : Storify, WordPress. Presentation of first digital scholarship assignments.
(3.10) Concepts : Regulated representations, Open and close forms. Standards : EPUB. Skills : Creation of an ebook from a PDF.
(10.10) Digitalization processes: Techniques for digitizing books, precious documents, paintings, sculptures, buildings, cities. Sabine Susstruck, EPFL. Deadline for first digital scholarship assignment
(17.10) Standard : XML, TEI. Tools : Omeka and Zotero. Presentation of second digital scholarship assignments.
(24.10) Resource : Google Books, Worldcat.
(31.10) Skills : R + Text Mining in R. Concepts : Close reading/distant reading, Stylometrics. Tools : Voyant. Deadline for second digital scholarshipassignment
(7.11) Presentation by Glenn Roe, Oxford. Tool : Philologic. Presentation of third digital scholarship assignments.
(14.11) Concept : Just-in-time sociology, Flux Mining. Tools : TwitteR.
(21.11) Concepts : Historial GIS, Procedural modeling. Paradata. Presentation by François Golay, EPFL.
(28.11) Concepts : Liquid canons. Networks of religious texts. Intervention: Claire Clivaz, UNIL. Deadline of third digital scholarship assignments.
(5.12) Project preparation.
(12.12) Reflections on the practices and methods of the field. Intervention: Dominique Vinck. UNIL
(19.12) Projet presentation.
The grading system for the first semester will be the following :
50 % Digital participation
– Twitter (0-2)
– Blog post (0-2)
– Digital assignment 2 (0-2)
– Digital assignment 3 (0-2)
50 % Project proposal
– Written (0-4)
– Oral (0-2)
See also : Objective of the course