V22.0380 - 001: Computing in the Humanities and the Arts -- Prof. Deena Engel - Fall, 2007


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Readings related to classwork and lectures will be posted to this page during the semester.

1/28/07 A Guide to the Digital Humanities
Designing Sustainable Projects and Publications - Chapter 31
Conversion of Primary Sources - Chapter 32
11/14/07 The Written Word on Papyrus - W. G. Heverly - handout in class
11/07/07 XML in a Nutshell - available on-line through the Bobst Library: Chapter 3.9 - DTD Examples;
Chapter 8.1-8.6 and 8.11: XSL Transformations (XSLT); and Chapter 24: XSLT Reference
11/05/07 Guest Lecture - Barbara Rochenbach - Read: Visual Literacy in the Computer Age: A Complex Perceptual Landscape. - Handout in class and on reserve at the Bobst Library (in Computers and Technical Communication pages 75-96)
10/29/07 Peruse Dr. Esther Katz's site on the Margaret Sanger Archives in anticipation of her guest lecture on 10/29/07
10/24/07 The Text in the Machine: Chapter 5
10/15/07 Peruse Dr. Robert Rowe's website in anticipation of his guest lecture on 10/15/07
10/01/07 XML in a Nutshell - available on-line through the Bobst Library: Chapter 5: Internationalization
09/24/07 XML in a Nutshell - available on-line through the Bobst Library: Chapters 1, 2; Sections 3.1, 6.3
09/17/07 Chaucer's Canterbury Tales: The Miller's Tale is available from Harvard University's "Chaucer Pages" in an interlineal translation (i.e. a line by line translation) at http://www.courses.fas.harvard.edu/~chaucer/teachslf/milt-par.htm.
09/12/07 Introduction to TEI: Talk by Lou Burnard, London, January 2004 posted at http://www.tei-c.org/Talks/index.xml.ID=body.1_div.3
09/10/07 The Text in the Machine: Chapters 1, 2

 



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