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Class 10 Notes

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Continued from Last Class

 

 


1. "Distant Reading"

 

  • Franco Moretti, Graphs, Maps, Trees (2005), pp. 1-33, 91-92

 

  • Matthew L. Jockers, Chapter 4 ("Macroanalysis") in Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History (2013)

 

  • N. Katherine Hayles, excerpt on "Scale Matters" [PDF] from How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis (2012)

 

  • Other Materials for Discussion:
    • Thomas S. Kuhn, The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, 2d ed. (1970)

 

 

    • Fernand Braudel and Annales historiography -- e.g., The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II (1976) Table of Contents [PDF]

 


2. Digital Humanities (DH)

 

  • The digital humanities ("DH") is an important new field of the humanities. 
    • DH uses digital and networked information technology to study humanities subjects such as literature, history, art, etc.
    • DH uses information technology to study the humanities in new ways not previously possible.
    • But DH also makes information technology itself an object of study from a humanities perspective.
    • DH is both theoretical and practical ("yack" and "hack").

 


3. What's Ahead in the Course

 

 

 

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