Public Humanities and Religious Studies
R | 1:30-3:20
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This graduate seminar introduces students to public humanities and digital humanities approaches to the study of religion. Students learn methods and tools for conducting digital research and explore ways to communicate theoretical and religious studies research to public audiences through digital media. Students are introduced to a number of digital tools for research, scholarly communication, and public engagement and will work to apply those tools to their individual research interests and goals.
Michael J. Altman
- Office hours:
Monday, 12:30pm-1:30pm; Tuesday, 9:00am-10:00am, and by appointment.
- (205) 348-5271