The CDHI awarded three (3) Course Development Grants to Katya Pertsova (Associate Professor, Linguistics), Courtney Rivard (Lecturer, English & Comparative Literature), and Jane Thrailkill (Distinguished Term Associate Professor, English & Comparative Literature) and Jordynn Jack (Associate Professor, English & Comparative Literature). Pertsova will be developing a course Tools and Methods for Textual Data Analysis to teach undergraduates the basic computational and analytical tools for exploring and analyzing large collections of texts or other symbolic data. Rivard will develop the course The Rhetoric of Data, an undergraduate course on Data and Rhetoric within the Composition, Rhetoric, and Digital Literacy minor. Jack and Thrailkill will co-teach Health & Humanities: Intensive Research Practice, a research intensive course focused on Health Humanities, and interdisciplinary area of research that draws upon humanistic methods and concepts to study problems related to human health.
Find out more about Course Development Grants here.