V22.0380 - 001: Computing in the Humanities and the Arts -- Prof. Deena Engel - Spring, 2009
Welcome to "Computing in the Humanities and the Arts "
Course Description:V22.0380: Special Topics. Computing in the Humanities and the Arts
Topics in the field of Humanities & Arts Computing include but are not limited to: digitization of text and image; hypertext design and delivery; working with multi-lingual texts and topics in machine translation; electronic publishing and dissemination; OCR; and designing databases of images, documents, and text. We will analyze the impact of technology on research in the Humanities and the Arts as well as delivery as seen through current technology in libraries and museums. Students will also be encouraged to learn about and evaluate current computing tools and methodologies in their specific fields of interest within the Humanities and the Arts.
This course meets on Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:00-12:15 in room 202 CIWW. (Note: Some classes will be held in the Digital Studio on the second floor of the Bobst Library; announcements will be made ahead of time in these cases.)
Office Hours, Spring, 2009: Mondays 2:00 - 3:30 PM; Thursdays 11:00 - 12:30 and at other times by appointment in room 422 of Warren Weaver Hall.
Please send email to with any questions.