Here you will find a list of all of the readings for the course. Many of the readings are stored on our google docs page. We will be assigning them during class and also announcing the readings on our home page. We may add things along the way, and we may not get to everything we post here. So keep checking in!

January 17:   

why digital history?

Tulsa Desegregation Documents

January 22:

Nature of Conflict Powerpoint

“How facts backfire”

“Confirmation Bias”

January 29:

“Making a Difference”

“Multi-Stakeholder Dispute Resolution”

January 31: 

“Fair Use” 

February 5: 

Daniel J. Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig, Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web 

Read chapters:

“Getting Started”
“Becoming Digital”

February 12:

What is Digital Humanities and Why are They Saying Terrible Things About It?

February 28: 

Cohen and Rosenzweig, “Designing for the History Web”