Welcome to History 9808A!
This course is designed to introduce Western Public History students to new and inter-disciplinary digital history approaches, methodologies, and tools, and to explore applications to text, image, map, and other media sources. There will be flexibility to accommodate the specific disciplines and interests of the students and a special focus will be on the application of digital history to public history practice.
This site serves as a repository for digital course documents, as well as collaborative resources (e.g. student blogs). Please refer to the course syllabus for the official course requirements.
- History in the Internet Age (Scott Dickinson)
- The Adventures of an Aspiring Digital Historian (Nicoletta Michienzi)
- Rachel D Pennington
- Emily Villars
- Nick Komarnitsky's Public History Blog
- History Talks: A Discussion on Public History (Lauren Abrams)
- The Publicly Digital Historian (Dominik Svehla)
- Non-Traditional History Practices (Emily Woodcock)
- Ye Olde Timey Blogge (Alex Meyers)
- Tamar Cachet
- Thoughts on Digital History (Taryn Dewar)
- Musings on Public History (Frank J. Smith)
- Bits of Digital History (Vasanthi Pendakur)
- Public and Digital History Blog (Nicholas Clemens)
- History Made (Nicole St-Cyr)