(3 credits/45 hours) In-serivce credits only
Exploring Race and Gender in Everyday Studies
*FIRST TIME ON-LINE FALL 2020
This course focuses on the use of digital methods to analyze and archive literary texts, emphasizing issues of diversity and inclusion. Covers three main areas: text encoding, textual analysis, and archive construction. Considers literary texts, including works by well-known authors such as Shakespeare, together with collections by marginalized writers, including slave narratives and writings by early modern women. Offers students an opportunity to explore what counts as literature and how computers, databases, and analytical tools give substance to concepts of aesthetic, cultural, and intellectual value as inflected by race and gender.
ON-LINE (3 credits/45 hours) In-service credit only