This course and its accompanying website are indebted to many excellent DH courses that have come before it, from which I have shamelessly borrowed ideas for topics, readings, and assignments. In particular, credit is due to the following:
Intro to Digital Humanities, Johanna Drucker et al., UCLA Center for Digital Humanities
Intro to Digital Humanities, Miriam Posner, UCLA
Hacking History, Matt Price, University of Toronto
Digital History, Kyle B. Roberts, Loyola University Chicago
Digital Humanities: Development and Design, Stephen Ramsay, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
This course is also indebted to the Carleton students who were guinea pigs during its first iteration, and whose energy, hard work and constructive critique profoundly shaped its contours.
Hacking the Humanities, Winter 2015, Carleton College
Hacking the Humanities, Fall 2015, Carleton College
With apologies to Patrick Murray-John for unintentionally stealing the title of his excellent blog.