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This archived information is dated to the 2008-09 academic year only and may no longer be current.

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Digital Humanities Module

The French and Italian department, in collaboration with the Humanities Lab, also offers a digital humanities module that can be combined with any of the department's major programs. Students who are interested in digital humanities should contact the department's Director of Undergraduate Studies who facilitates coordination with the Humanities Lab. Students planning to combine the French major and the digital humanities module must fulfill the following requirements in addition to the general major requirements:

  1. CS 105 or equivalent
  2. Participate in the Humanities Lab gateway core seminar, HUMNTIES 198J/ENGLISH 153H, Digital Humanities: Literature and Technology (5 units)
  3. Complete the HUMNTIES 201, Digital Humanities Practicum (2-5 units), in the junior year
  4. Complete one digital project, in lieu of the course's main writing requirement, in a course offered in the department under the supervision of the course instructor and humanities lab adviser. This should usually be done in an upper-division course.

Students are encouraged to enroll in DLCL 99, Multimedia Course Lab, when working on the digital course project. For more information on the Digital Humanities Lab, see

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