Open to faculty teaching classes in any department or discipline, the Digital Humanities Curricular Development Grants support experimentation in and development of pedagogy that engages digital or computational tools, platforms, or thinking to do humanities work and/or draw on the insights of the humanities and humanistic social sciences to help students think about the effects of computation and digital tools and platforms on our academic work and everyday lives. Funded projects range in scope from single assignments to full reworkings of a course’s trajectory, and involve collaboration with librarians, academic technologists, and language learning experts. This in-progress collection will be continuously updated to include developed assignments along with related course syllabi.

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Submissions from 2016

Digital Militarism Paper, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Sa'ed Atshan

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (PEAC 053) Syllabus, Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Sa'ed Atshan

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DH Redesign Of An Existing Introductory Literature Survey, Introduction To Spanish Literature/Introducción A La Literatura Española, Eli Cohen

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Introduction To Spanish Literature/Introducción A La Literatura Española (SPAN 22) Syllabus, Introduction To Spanish Literature/Introducción A La Literatura Española, Eli Cohen

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Anthropological Linguistics (LING21, ANTH020N) Syllabus, Anthropological Linguistics/Linguistic Anthropology, K. David Harrison and Jamie A. Thomas

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Getting Started with COCA, Anthropological Linguistics/Linguistic Anthropology, K. David Harrison and Jamie A. Thomas

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GIF-Based Shot By Shot Analysis, Introduction To Film And Media Studies, Sunka Simon

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Introduction To Film And Media Studies (FMST 01) Syllabus, Introduction To Film And Media Studies, Sunka Simon