Reading Schedule

ModuleMonday
(begin)
Wednesday
(Zoom/response)
Friday
(post)
0: Getting StartedFeb 1Feb 3Feb 5
1: Discussion StartersFeb 8Feb 10Feb 12
2: Humanities, DigitallyFeb 15Feb 17Feb 19
3: Thinking with DataFeb 22Feb 24Feb 26
4: Getting DataMar 1Mar 3Mar 5
5: Using DataMar 8Mar 10Mar 12
6: BreatherMar 15Mar 17Mar 19
7: NetworksMar 22Mar 24Mar 26
8: MapsMar 29Mar 31Apr 2
9: WorkApr 5Apr 7Apr 9
10: WorkApr 12Apr 14Apr 16
11: WorkApr 19Apr 21Apr 23
12: WorkApr 26Apr 28Apr 30
13: ConferenceMay 3May 5May 7
Final project dueMay 14

Module 0: Getting Started

Everyone:

  1. Arguing with Digital History working group, “Digital History and Argument,” white paper, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
  2. (November 13, 2017): https://rrchnm.org/argument-white-paper/
  3. WordPress Editor orientation
  4. Slack 101
  5. Do Digital Natives Exist? (video autoplays)

Grad:

  1. Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren Klein, “Introduction: Why Data Science Needs Feminism,” in Data Feminism (PubPub, 2020), https://data-feminism.mitpress.mit.edu/pub/frfa9szd/release/3.
  2. Ten Commandments of Grad School
  3. How I Use Twitter as an Academic

Module 1: Discussion Starters

Due:

  • Video or audio recording of a team discussion. See the module for details!
  • Basic HTML & CSS
  • Working with Data I

Module 2: Humanities, Digitally

Everyone:

Grad:

Due:

  • Intro to Observable
  • Intro to Colab

Module 3: Reading Data

Due: Data critique

Fruits + Data jamboard

Grad:

Module 4: Getting Data

Due: Calling an API

Due: Data Cleaning

Module 5: Using Data

Due: Visualization post

Grad:

Module 6: Breather

Module 7: Networks

Due: Networks

Grad

Module 8: Maps

Due: Geocoding

Everyone:

Grad:

  • Rose-Redwood, Reuben, Natchee Blu Barnd, Annita Hetoevėhotohke’e Lucchesi, Sharon Dias, and Wil Patrick. “Decolonizing the Map: Recentering Indigenous Mappings.” Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization 55, no. 3 (September 1, 2020): 151–62. https://doi.org/10.3138/cart.53.3.intro.
  • Jen Jack Gieseking. “Where Are We? The Method of Mapping with GIS in Digital Humanities.” American Quarterly70, no. 3 (2018): 641-648. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/704349
  • Cameron Blevins, Space, Nation, and the Triumph of Region: A View of the World from Houston, Journal of American History, Volume 101, Issue 1, June 2014, Pages 122–147, https://doi.org/10.1093/jahist/jau184

Module 9: Work

Module 10: Work

Module 11: Work

Module 12: Work

Module 13: UnConference

Final Project