Digital Humanities Lab Teaching Fellows and Linked Teaching Teams Award
In 2018, the DH Lab welcomed the inaugural cohort of Teaching Fellows. We are excited to be heading into the third year and look forward to welcoming the cohort for 2020-21 soon.
The DH Lab Teaching Fellows Award provides an incentive for faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants to share innovative classroom assignments that integrate digital humanities tools and methods. Fellows include individuals as well as “Linked Teaching Teams.”
As part of their fellowship, DH Teaching Fellows create shared documentation to describe their assignments and participate in a public panel discussion in the spring about DH and teaching, focused on their classroom experience.
2019-20 Teaching Fellows
- Dylan Barth (CETL/Women’s and Gender Studies)
- Peter Blewett (English)
- Aims McGuinness (History)
- Whitney Moon (Architecture)
2018-19 Teaching Fellows
- Dr. Nan Kim (History)
- Dr. Kelsey Pattillo (Linguistics)
- Dr. Arijit Sen (SARUPS) Anne Bonds (Geography)
- Marc Tasman (JAMS) and Christopher Willey (PSOA)
Please send any questions to Ann Hanlon, firstname.lastname@example.org