HiDW Summer Tutorial
Friday, May 19, 2023 (Application Deadline Extended)
Instructor: Grace Franklin, HiDW Ph.D. Fellow (2022-2024)
IN-PERSON Course at USC
Undergraduate students receive $1,500 stipend for course completion.
Course meets twice a week for four weeks in July 2023.
This tutorial launches from the premise that forms of energy are deeply embedded in culture—in the content of books, film, visual art, and other media, and in the materials that make cultural production possible. Over four weeks, students will read critical essays and primary texts, including Jack Kerouac’s novel On the Road (1957), Denis Villanueve’s film Dune (2021), and Beyoncé’s video-album Lemonade (2016), before creating a final digital project in Scalar.
To apply: email a CV/resume and a letter expressing your interest in the course to Humanities in a Digital World by May 19.
For more information, please see the course flyer or contact Grace Franklin.