About the Book History and Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate Program
This program requires a minimum of 15 hours of courses in English, technical communication, and related fields. These courses typically include study in topics such as history of the book, teaching history of the book, digital humanities, scholarly editing, document design, and historic letterpress printing. They can also include work in art history, museum studies, and technical communication and rhetoric, among other related fields.
Students prepare for a career in publishing, civil service, industry, digital humanities, library science, or the academy; develop new workplace skills or supplement existing skills; learn best practices for converting cultural artifacts into digital form; understand the relationship between print culture, book history, and textual criticism; and develop or improve pedagogical or technological skills.
Contact: Dr. Marta Kvande, email@example.com
Applicants must fill out the certificate application available at:
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