FALL 2015 DH Certificate Courses

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ARGUING WITH COMPUTERS
50:192:301
Monday & Wednesday 10:40AM – 12:00PM FA-217
Brown

DIGITAL HUMANITIES CAPSTONE
50:192:401
Hours By Arrangement
Brown & Emmons

INTRO COMPUTER GRAPHICS
50:080:213
Tuesday & Thursday 9:30AM – 11:20AM FA-113
Hohing

DIGITAL PHOTO I
50:080:264
Friday 8:00AM – 11:40AM FA-119
Hohing

KINETIC SCULPTURE
50:080:381
Monday & Wednesday 10:40AM – 12:00PM FA-105
Demaray

COMPUTER ANIMATION I
50:080:386
Monday & Wednesday 10:10AM – 12:10PM FA-113
Tan

SPECIAL TOPIC IN CHILDHOOD STUDIES: TOY DESIGN
50:163:386
Monday & Wednesday 6:00PM – 7:20PM ATG-109
Bak

SPECIAL TOPICS IN RELIGION: SEEKING AND SELLING GOD ONLINE
50:840:293
Tuesday & Thursday 1:30PM – 2:50PM ATG-206
KARAPANAGIOTIS

AMER IN THE FIFTIES (DIGITAL STORYTELLING MODULE)
50:512:336
Tuesday & Thursday 4:30PM – 5:50PM ATG-221
Golden w/ Emmons

ANY 200 or ABOVE COMPUTER SCIENCE CLASS 
50:198:200+

INTRO TO MEDIA STUDIES
50:920:342
Tuesday 6:00PM – 8:40PM FA-219
Emmons

INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL VIDEO
50:965:125
Tuesday & Thursday 1:30PM – 2:50PM FA-113
Emmons

Fall 2015 DH Grad Courses for Advanced Undergrads

Technology’s Impact on Literature
56:606:631:90
Instructor: Professor Cohen
For permission to register, please contact Master of Arts in Liberal Studies Director Dr. Stuart Charme: scharme@rutgers.edu
Description: In this course, we will investigate the ways that technology shapes literature and literary distribution, reception, and analysis. We will explore foundational theories that attempt to explain how technologies – from trains to the Internet – change the way authors view the world and the expectations of readers. We will also analyze fiction and other narrative forms written during pivotal moments of technological disruption to see how these technologies are reflected in the literature and literary culture. Finally, students will explore digital literature and online literary communities and participate in current debates about digital humanities with scholars working in the field.