DIGI is the Digital Humanities initiative of the Willson Center, the UGA Libraries and the UGA Press supporting DH projects and pedagogy at UGA
The certificate program in Digital Humanities is designed for undergraduates who want to explore the intersection of humanities and STEM disciplines. DIGI classes combine the humanist skills of deep cultural, textual, and historic study with analytical methods and digital tools. Stop by to see what it’s about. Presentations by professors John Hale, text and corpus linguistics; Elizabeth Davis, technical writing; and linguistics students Katie Kuiper and Keiko Bridwell.
LING 4886/ENG 6886 Text and Corpus Analysis will be offered in Fall 2020 taught by Professor Hale from Linguistics.
No programming experience is required and this class counts toward our DH Undergraduate Certificate
Read more about Leah Dudley’s work for this class last year Mapping Phonetic Variation in the American South