Annually Listed DIGH Electives 2022-23
(last updated August 15th, 2022)
These courses are available to Digital Humanities students with special permission (in some cases, you will have to ‘apply for an override’). Please contact the DH Coordinator for more information. More courses may be added as they become available. Please note that modes of delivery will depend on public health orders and the progression of COVID-19.
FALL & WINTER 2022-2023 (1.0 credit)
FALL 2022 (0.5 credit)
ALDS 5607 F Research and Theory in Academic Writing, Natalie Artemeva
CLMD 6104 F/FILM 5002 F/ DIGH 5902 F Digital Humanities, Media & Social Justice, Laura Horack (comes with film screening DIGH 5902 FF)
ENGL 5002F / CLMD 6904F: Studies in Theory / Special Topic in Cultural Mediations: The Alt-Left Politics of Pleasure: Identity, Consent, and Cancel Culture, Stuart Murray
RELI 4850/5850X – Religious Apocalypses Compared, Christopher Jensen, Timothy James Pettipiece. Team-taught, the course provides students with the theoretical toolkit necessary to propose and perform comparative analyses of “religious apocalypses” (defined broadly). While the initial weeks of the course will cover some historical examples the last few weeks will look at the apocalyptic worldview of groups like QANON (which developed and spread largely through digital information ecosystems). Student projects could thus focus on a DH-adjacent topic, use DH methods, or both.
RELI 4741A Issues in the Study of Religion, Deidre Butler. (nb this course does not directly deal with DH themes, but can be amenable to a DH approach to the material and assessment. Contact the professor before enrolling.) This is a 4th year course; consult with your home department to determine if it may be permitted.
WINTER 2023 (0.5 credit)
ALDS 5408: Critical Discourse Analysis, Rachelle Vessey
ANTH 4225D/5708W: Creative and Critical Experiments in Ethnography, Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan
ANTH 5708 U Liberalism, Race and Empire, Jean-Michel Landry (nb this course does not directly deal with DH themes, but can be amenable to a DH approach to the material and assessment. Contact the professor before enrolling.)
ARTH 5112 W/ CLMD 6106: Transversal Modernism/s, Ming Tiampo
HIST 5713 W: Latin America and Caribbean History Special Topics, Audra Diptée
HIST 5803F: History of Women, Gender and Sexuality – Foundations, Jen Evans
ITEC 5010 W: Applied Programming I, Sima Soltanpour
ITEC 5208 W: Virtual and Augmented Reality, Rob Teather. (nb this course requires a certain amount of prior experience with coding and development. Contact the course instructor for more information.)
RELI 4850A/5850 L: Seminar in Study of Religion: Community Engaged Learning, Deidre Butler. A community-Engaged Learning co-op course. Interested students should contact Dr. Butler in advance of registration to determine DH-eligibility, which would hinge on whether the student’s proposed project/placement could be DH-related.
RELI 4850B/5850W: Traditions of Thought and Practice in Medieval Christian Monasticism, Erik Stephenson. (nb this course does not directly deal with DH themes, but can be amenable to a DH approach to the material and assessment. Contact the professor before enrolling.)