Affiliated Faculty

Our Affiliated Faculty teach courses that count towards our DH Undergraduate Certificate and help to chart the direction of DH at UGA. We work closely with our affiliates to meet the needs of both their research and teaching.

To join the DigiLab as an Affiliated Faculty, please read about what we can offer your courses on the DH Pedagogy page, and contact digi@uga.edu with any questions.

Advising Faculty

Meet the DigiLab Advisory Board

Certificate Faculty

Meet the faculty teaching courses for the Digital Humanities Certificate

Anthropology

Julie Velásquez Runk – ANTH 4040/6040 | Visual Anthropology

Computer Science

Shannon Quinn – CSCI 4360/6360 | Data Science II

English

Cynthia Camp – ENGL 4892 |  Literature in the Archives

Elizabeth Davis – ENGL 4832W | Writing for the Web – ENGL 1050H | Honors Composition and Literature – ENGL 3950W | Technical and Professional Writing – ENGL 4837W |  Digital Storytelling – ENGL 4830W |  Advanced Studies in Writing (Write @UGA: History and Horizons)

Joshua Hussey – ENGL 1102 | Mapping Nature – ENGL 1102 | Multimodal Composition: Making and Interpreting Maps – ENGL 1102| Mystery’s Agent & Me, an improbable sleuth

Sujata Iyengar – ENGL 4332/6332 | Shakespeare and Media – ENGL 4844 | Libraries & Archives – ENGL 4840 | Editing – ENGL 4810 |  Literary Magazine Editing – ENGL 4805 | Editing and Publishing – ENGL 4320 | Shakespeare 1 course

William Kretzschmar – ENGL 4885/6885| Humanities Computing – ENGL/LING 4080/6080  |  Language Variation and the Linguistics of Speech – ENGL 4826/6826 |  Style: Language, Genre, Cognition      

Barbara McCaskill – ENGL 4810 |  Literary Magazine Editing and Publishing

Richard Menke – ENGL 3410 |  Literature and Media

Susan Rosenbaum – ENGL 4770 |  American Poetry – ENGL 4790| Mina Loy and Networked Modernisms

Sara Steger – ENGL 4830W | Re-writing: Remix, Remediation, and Revision

History

Steve Berry – HIST 4090 | Death: A Human History

Benjamin Ehlers – HIST 3443 | Spain in the Age of Cervantes

Scott Nesbit – HIPR 4000 |  Introduction to Historic Preservation – HIST 40736073 |  The Era of Reconstruction

Chana Kai Lee – HIST AFAM 3013 | Modern African American Experience

Steven Soper – HIST 3775 | History of Crime and Punishment – HIST 3777 |  History Behind the Headlines – HIST 3362 |  20th Century Europe

Akela Reason – HIST 4027/6027 | American Museums, Parks, and Monuments

Libraries

Meagan Duever – DIGI 2000 | Intro to GIS for humanists

Elliott Kuecker – DIGI 3000 | Information Management & Scholarly Communication

Kristin Nielsen – DIGI 3000 | Information Management & Scholarly Communication

Linguistics

John Hale – LING & ENGL 4866/6886  | Text & Corpus Linguistics – CSCI 4900/LING 4910 | Natural Language Processing – LING 4530/6530 |  Finite State Linguistics

Chad Howe – LING 4910 & ROML 4120/6120 |The Digital Life of Language – LING 4866/6886 IN | Text & Corpus Linguistics

Margaret Renwick – LING 4400/6400 | Quantitative Methods

Romance Languages

Jonathan Baillehache – FREN/DIGI 3040 |  Introduction to French Digital Culture

Sociology

Diana Graizbord – SOCI/LACS 4055 | Social Policy Storytelling: In and Around Athens

To join the DigiLab as an Affiliated Faculty, please read about what we can offer your courses on the DH Pedagogy page, and contact digi@uga.edu with any questions.