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Course Offerings


The following courses are approved for the Digital Studies Minor.

Digital Studies related courses that do not appear on these lists, such as Study Abroad or Transfer courses, must be approved by the Digital Studies Advisor in order to count towards the minor.

If you know of a course that you would like the Curriculum Committee to review for the DS minor, please use this form to submit your request.


For more detailed information on our Winter 2023 courses, please refer to our Google Spreadsheet.

Winter 2023

Course Listings are subject to change, particularly due to the effects of COVID-19. We will work to keep this list current. Please contact us if you have questions about any of these courses.

DIGITAL 158.002 3 credits (HU)
Science, Technology, and Racial Capitalism
Yarden Katz M/W 2:30 - 4pm

DIGITAL 200.001 3 credits
Art of the Video Essay
T Hetzel M/W 10-11:30am

DIGITAL 200.002 3 credits
The Art of the Photo Essay 
David Karczynski M/W 2:30-4pm

DIGITAL 200.003 3 credits
New Media for Non-Profits
April Conway T/Th 10-11:30am

DIGITAL 201.001 1 credit
How to Ask Strangers for Money on the Internet: The Rhetoric of Crowdfunding
Catherine Cassel F 11-1pm

DIGITAL 201.002 1 credit
The Rhetoric of Instagram: A Workshop for Content Creators
David Karczynski F 11-1pm

DIGITAL 201.004 1 credit
Collecting Stories
T Hetzel F 1-3pm

DIGITAL 202.001 4 credits (ID)
Digital Culture
Tony Bushner M/W 11:30 - 1:00pm + Discussion

DIGITAL 258.003 3 credits (HU)
Feeling Digital
Jeffrey Nagy M/W 10-11:30am

DIGITAL 285 3 credits (SS)
Social Life in the Digital World
Terence McGinn T/Th 4-5:30pm

DIGITAL 333 3 credits (SS)
Video Games and Learning
 T/Th 10-11:30am

DIGITAL 334 4 credits
Race, Gender, Sexuality and U.S. Culture in Video Games
Tony Bushner T/Th 10-11:30am + Discussion 

DIGITAL 346 3 credits (HU)
Media Matter: From Print to Screen Culture
Tyler Whitney T/Th 11:30am-1pm

DIGITAL 357.002 1-4 credits (HU)
From Prisms to Pantone: Color, Race, & Technology
Lida Zeitlin-Wu T/Th 11:30am-1pm

DIGITAL 357.003 3 credits (HU)
Race and the Technological Imagination
Huan He M/W 1-2:30pm

DIGITAL 366 3 credits (ID)
How do Algorithms See?
Catherine Griffiths M/W 4-5:30pm

DIGITAL 376 3 credits (HU)
New Media Theory
Sarah Murray T 4-7pm 

DIGITAL 410 4 credits (ULWR)
Ethics and Information Technology
Irene pasquetto T/Th  1-2:30pm + Discussion

DIGITAL/ARCH 411 3 credits
Becoming Digital
Ellie Abrons Th 8:30-11:30am

DIGITAL 458 3-4 credits (HU)
Networked Disability Cultures
David Adelman M/W 4-5:30pm

ALA 470.002 3 credits
Data Visualization
Justin Joque M/W 2:30-4pm

AMCULT 311.008 3 credits (HU)
Race, Solidarity, and the Carceral State
Sara Awartani Tu/Th 10 - 11:30am

AMCULT 311.009 3 credits (HU)
What is the future?
John Cheney-Lippold M/W 4 - 5:30pm

ARCH 509.021 3 credits
Immersive Urbanisms: Technopolitics of [Metaverse]
Alina Nazmeeva M 8:30 - 11:30am

COMM 159.002 3 credits (SS)
Digital Media and the City
Germaine Halegoua M/W 2:30 - 4pm

COMM 425.001 3 credits 
Internet, Society and the Law
Faith Sparr M/W 10-11:30am

COMM 466.001 3 credits
Global Digital Politics
Muzammil Hussain M/W 2:30-4pm

COMPFOR 111.001 3 credits (ID)
Computing's Impact on Justice: From Text to the Web
Mark Guzdial M/W 10-11:30am

COMPFOR 121.001 3 credits (CE)
Computing for Creative Expression
Mark Guzdial M/W 1-2:30pm

PHIL 340.001 4 credits (HU)
Minds and Machines
Eric Swanson M/W 10-11:30am + Discussion

SI 315.001 3 credits
Interpersonal and Psychological Implications of Social Media
Nicole Ellison T/Th 5:30 - 7pm

SI 429.001 3 credits
Online Communities: Analysis and Design of Online Interaction
Megan Threats Tu/Th 10-11:30am

SI 431.001 3 credits
Algorithms and Society
Christian Sandvig Tu/Th 8:30-10:00am

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