This interdisciplinary course explores the relationships between language and the diverse kinds of images that often accompany it (film, video, photography, book illustration, painting, etc.).
Undergraduate Literature Courses
This course explores the ways in which new technologies impact how we engage with stories by examining the relationship between traditional literary forms and contemporary media, such as hypertext, web logs, fan fiction, video games, comics, and interactive fiction.
This course is inspired by the Secret [city name here] series of travel books that pride themselves on being “local guides by local people.” As such, the class offers you the chance to embrace the viewpoint of these books by striving to “look more closely at the urban landscape and to see your own city with the curiosity and attention that we often display while traveling elsewhere.”
This course introduces students to the use of computational modeling and programming to conduct text-based research in the humanities.