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Spring ’22 DH Courses

Interested in taking a course in DH next semester? Thinking about the minor? Here is a list of courses to be taught in Spring ’22:

  • HUMN 276: Race, Gender and Robotics (John Hunter)
  • UNIV 200: Digital Transcendence (John Hunter)
  • HUMN 274: Advanced Spatial Humanities (Diane Jakacki)
  • ARST 245: Web Design I (Eddy Lopez)
  • CSCI 187: Creative Computing and Society (Alexander Fuchsberger)
  • CSCI 203: Intro to Computer Science (multiple sections)

Or you could take an independent study!

For more information about the DH minor, contact Professor Hunter (jchunter{at}bucknell{dot}edu).

Dan Sinykin Speaks at Bucknell

Dan Sinykin, Assistant Professor of English at Emory University, will speak on “The Conglomerate Era: A Computational Study of U.S. Fiction” on Thursday, September 30, 2021 in the Great Room at Hildreth-Mirza Hall, 4:30-6:00pm.

Over the last thirty years, publishing houses have become ever larger through business acquisition and consolidation, a process known as conglomeration. In this lecture, Sinykin asks how conglomeration has changed literature. The scope of this question poses methodological challenges that Sinykin answers by enlisting computational analysis alongside literary analysis and archival research.

Professor Sinykin will also conduct an interactive lunch seminar with students on the ethics and politics of artificial intelligence. The lunch will be held on Friday, October 1, 2021, 12-1pm.

The event is sponsored by the Program in Comparative & Digital Humanities; co-sponsored by Library & Information Technology and the Department of English; and has received funding from the Bucknell University Lectureship Committee.

Poster for Dan Sinykin talk at Bucknell on September 30, 2021