About the Book History and Digital Humanities Undergraduate Minor Program
The interdisciplinary minor in book history and digital humanities allows students to investigate many disciplines, including but not limited to the history of ideas, the history of religion, literature, technical communication, economics, fine art and art history, the study of cognition and education, communication studies, and anthropology. Courses in the minor include information related to materiality of texts (writ large); technological change; reading, readership, reception; cognition and the brain; historical contexts related to text production; censorship and seditious printing; etc.
The minor consists of 18 hours of coursework, at least 6 hours of which come from ENGL 2312 , ENGL 3360 (when taught as Technologies of Writing), and HIST 3354 .
Contact: Dr. Marta Kvande