HIS 207 - Computational Methods in History
A course in historical method with a focus on computational approaches to primary source critique and historiography. Students apply novel methods of computational text analysis, spatial analysis and network analysis-three of the most promising new auxiliary disciplines for historians today-to a research project of their own design grounded in a careful study of primary sources as well as related historical scholarship. Interests in all time periods welcome.
Satisfies an Historical Thought distribution requirement.
Satisfies a requirement in the History major.
Satisfies a requirement in the Digital Studies interdisciplinary minor.
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