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Professor Deena Engel
Clinical Professor
Department of Computer Science, Courant Institute
251 Mercer Street, Room 422
New York, New York 10012 - Tel.: 212-998-3131

Email: deena . AT . cs.nyu.edu


CSCI-UA.380-2 Computing in the Humanities and the Arts

Class time: Mondays and Wednesdays 12:30PM — 1:45PM CIWW Room 102
Lab Session: TBA
Office hours: TBA


Our course on Computing in the Humanities & the Artswill cover topics on the impact of digitization and digital methods in the study, creation, and delivery of works in the visual arts, literature, music, and history. Guest Speakers from related departments at New York University and cultural institutions in New York City will address the class on their own work in these exciting and new approaches to their fields. Computing topics will include programming in python as well as topics in advanced web design, multi-media, GIS and related studies. Throughout the semester, students will be encouraged to explore specific content areas of the Humanities and the Arts that are of interest to them.

Pre-requisites

This course counts towards the CS Minor in Web Programming and Applications.