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Students in the Digital Humanities minor apply digital tools and methodologies to humanistic problem solving and research design. They master digital tools to curate and exhibit humanities research to forge different forms of accessibility, structure, navigability, and engagement. The research explores our increasingly digital culture, including history, forms of representation, networks of information, ethics, and structures of power. It explores how new technologies are shaping the human condition in ways so ubiquitous they have become invisible. In short, Digital Humanities applies humanistic methodologies to analyze and critique the practical and theoretical challenges of a digitized world.

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