Posts Tagged: teaching

The Future of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media

[Cross-posted from the RRCHNM blog] This is the text of my presentation in the session on the future of digital humanities centers, on day two of RRCHNM20. November 15, 2014.  I wasn’t originally slated to be one of the speakers, but

The Future of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media

[Cross-posted from the RRCHNM blog] This is the text of my presentation in the session on the future of digital humanities centers, on day two of RRCHNM20. November 15, 2014.  I wasn’t originally slated to be one of the speakers, but

CHNM’s Histories: Digital History & Teaching History

This is the second in a series of posts about aspects of RRCHNM’s history written to mark the Center’s 20th anniversary. No sooner had I published my blog post on the differences between digital history and digital humanities than I realized

CHNM’s Histories: Digital History & Teaching History

This is the second in a series of posts about aspects of RRCHNM’s history written to mark the Center’s 20th anniversary. No sooner had I published my blog post on the differences between digital history and digital humanities than I realized

Fall 2014: Clio Wired: An Introduction to History & New Media

This course is my version of HIST 696, the first of the two digital history courses required of all PhD students at GMU. I was introduced to this course during my first stint at GMU in 1998-99, one of the first years that Roy

Fall 2014: Clio Wired: An Introduction to History & New Media

This course is my version of HIST 696, the first of the two digital history courses required of all PhD students at GMU. I was introduced to this course during my first stint at GMU in 1998-99, one of the first years that Roy

Spring 2014: The Digital Past

HIST 390 The Digital Past Spring 2014 Syllabus This course is my version of HIST 390, the course first developed by Dan Cohen, which satisfies George Mason University’s general education IT requirement.  It has to include a range of topics

Spring 2014: The Digital Past

HIST 390 The Digital Past Spring 2014 Syllabus This course is my version of HIST 390, the course first developed by Dan Cohen, which satisfies George Mason University’s general education IT requirement.  It has to include a range of topics

Semester 1, 2013: Digital History

HSTY4011 Digital History New Honours Seminar Description: New technologies are transforming the work of historians, and the ways in which we interpret the past and communicate our ideas with others.  This seminar will critically examine the digital tools and resources

Semester 1, 2013: Digital History

HSTY4011 Digital History New Honours Seminar Description: New technologies are transforming the work of historians, and the ways in which we interpret the past and communicate our ideas with others.  This seminar will critically examine the digital tools and resources