HIST295LA:
Workshop on Historical and Digital Methods in Latin-American History

About the Course:

A year-long workshop on methods for graduate students, focused on Latin America but open to students of other fields. Involves readings, discussions, practical exercises, and occasional guest lectures. Includes training in core archival research skills, such as palaeography; the use of digital tools such as online databases, reference managers, and writing software; and digital humanities methodologies such as digital mapping, database creation, text encoding and analysis, web publishing, and the digitization of archival materials. Participants prepare readings for discussion, produce seminar-length papers or small digital humanities projects, and present their results to the group. Meets bi-weekly throughout the academic year.

Pre-requisites:

Graduate standing

Documents:

View the course’s GauchoSpace page or the instructor’s page for documents: Juan Cobo   

Schedule of Courses

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