Welcome to Hist4170!
This course in the Department of History at the University of Guelph introduces students to new and inter-disciplinary digital humanities approaches, methodologies, and tools, and to explore applications to text, image, map, and other media sources.
The course outline is available here, but please note that this website will contain most up-to-date information on readings, assignments and the like. It also contains the blogroll (see right-hand column) through which students can see each others' work.
(For content for each week, click on the HIST4170(W15) on the navigation bar above, and click on the week's link from the dropdown menu.)
- History 4170: A Student Project for Digital Humanities (Sarah Miskus)
- History Digitized (Brock Ogilvie)
- Tori's Hist 4170 Blog (Tori Hadfield)
- Anthony's Digital Humanities Blog (Anthony Commisso)
- Aly's HIST 4170 Blog (Aly Dimichele)
- Trevor's HIST 4170 Blog (Trevor Atkinson-Derasp)
- History in the Digital World (Matthew Mair)
- DHHistory (Sofian Aouamri)
- Sarah Duncan's Digital History Blog
- HIST 4170 - Digital Humanities Blog (Tim Spence)
- The Thoughts of a University Student (Ashlee Bergin)
- HIST 4170 Phoebe Burke's Digital Humanities Blog
- Digital Humanities (Stephanie Kotsopoulos)
- andrewhist4170 (Andrew Sokolyk)