As part of the goal to develop a resource for instructors on campus, the Lab is always looking for the ways the digital humanities take shape in the classroom.
Below are the sample assignments the DH Lab Teaching Fellows.
- Masculinities in Post-Apocalyptic Fiction by Dylan Barth (Women’s and Gender Studies, CETL)
- Multicultural America Digital Story by Peter Blewett (English)
- Digital Mappamundi by Aims McGuinness (History)
- Architectural Research Methods Podcast by Whitney Moon (Architecture)
- Milwaukee Digital Justice Project by Anne Bonds (Geography)
- Introduction to Public History by Nan Kim (History)
- Power of Words by Kelsie Pattillo (Linguistics)
- Citizen Architecture Studio by Arijit Sen (Architecture)
- The Troll Project by Christopher Willey and Marc Tasman (PSOA and JAMS/DAC)
From the inaugural Pedagogy Fair in 2018, here are a few of the assignments and lesson plans shared by UWM instructors.
Research Methods in Local History by Jasmine Alinder (History)
Podcasting the Past by Christopher D. Cantwell (History)
Reading in the Content Areas by Candance Doerr-Stevens (Education)
Web Design I by Adam Hudson (InfoSt)
Multicultural America by Krista-Lee Malone (Anthropology)
Rhetoric of Architecture by Kristopher Purzycki (English)
Architecture and Human Behavior by Arijit Sen (Architecture)