This week’s readings have been incredibly intriguing to me as both a budding art history scholar and a painter who uses social media. “The Museum Opens” weaves a fantastical narrative both celebrating the possibility of infinite knowledge while also condemning it for the intellectual destruction it may bring. By “intellectual destruction” the author muses over […]
The concept of digital history/digital humanities is definitely interesting. I started thinking more about it after our first class meeting when Dr. Otis mentioned how she had a colleague create multiple online courses that weren’t considered “real work”. And this is, of course, because the classes are not in a traditional tangible format. Similarly, digital […]
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