Document Type

Assignment

Publication Date

Spring 2020

Published In

Magic: Theory And Practice

Abstract

The purpose of this project is for you to learn to use digital humanities tools and methods, to generate new research, and to curate relevant subject materials for a zone of innovation in Religious Studies. For this assignment you will explore the intersections between Magic-Religion categories and identify primary sources on the same; you will sort and catalog selected items; format visual materials for presentation; collect sources and documents, images, videos, audio, and other types of files; provide research on the origins, sources, and use of these materials by practitioners and institutions.

Funding Agency

Swarthmore College Provost Office

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License.

Comments

Professor Yvonne Chireau was awarded a Digital Humanities Curricular Grant from the Provost's Office for use in her spring 2020 course, Magic: Theory and Practice (RELG 102). The course syllabus and assignment examples are made freely available here courtesy of the author.
Students produced the following articles for Wikipedia:

"Post-soul" (Chioma Anomnachi, Tiara Tillis, and Faith Booker)
"" (Kayla Sembly and Carole Lee)
"I Am Not Sidney Poitier (novel)" (Paul Buchanan and Alexander Starr)
"Sarah Phillips (novel)" (Alexis Riddick and Kieran McKenna)
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