New: Textual and Digital Studies at UW
A new, more flexible credential emphasizing links between textual studies, students’ home disciplines, and the digital humanities.
Beginning in 2016-17, students enrolled in any MA or PhD program at UW can complete a Graduate Certificate in Textual and Digital Studies. For information about certificate requirements, courses, and how to sign up, click here. If you are interested or have questions, please contact Geoffrey Turnovsky at email@example.com or Jeffrey Todd Knight at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016-17 Colloquium Events
18 October 2016: Welcome Back Happy Hour/Certificate Info Session, 3:30pm in Communications 204
19 October 2016: Hannah Alpert-Abrams (Texas) and Sarah Faulkner (UW), 3:30pm in Communications 202
11 January 2017: Eric Gidal (Iowa), 3:30pm in Communications 202, cosponsored by the Anthropocene Research Cluster
7 February 2017: Heidi Brayman Hackel (UC Riverside), 3:30pm in HUB 340, cosponsored by the CMEMS graduate research group, the Simpson Center for the Humanities, the Departments of English and Comparative Literature, and the English-Speaking Union
25 April 2017: Rachel Sagner Buurma (Swarthmore), 3:30pm in Communications 202
18 May 2017: Daniel Shore (Georgetown), 3:30pm in Communications 202
23 May 2017: Scott Trudell (Maryland), 4pm, location TBD.
February 10, 2017
Hoping to complete the Textual and Digital Studies Certificate? The final requirement for the certificate is a 1-credit capstone in which the student presents and workshops a sample of their on-going work in the Material Texts colloquium. This spring quarter, we’ll be offering a catch-all micro-seminar for this, under the auspices of the Simpson Center…
February 9, 2017
We’ve opened up a Catalyst application form for the Graduate Certificate! Please complete this form if you are interested in completing the Textual and Digital Studies certificate, no matter where you are in the program: about to finish, midway, or just applying into it. That way, we can enter the appropriate codes for you so…
April 21, 2015
Coming to UW May 15-16: MLQ-hosted conference Scale and Value: New Digital Approaches to Literary History. See http://scaleandvalue.tumblr.com for schedule, paper abstracts, and information on presenters, including Jim English, Günter Leypoldt, Hoyt Long, Heather Love, Laura Mandell, Sharon Marcus, Mark McGurl, Richard Jean So, and Ted Underwood.
September 25, 2014
On May 15-16, 2015, Modern Language Quarterly will host "Scale and Value: New Digital Approaches to Literary History" at the University of Washington. The keynote speaker will be Mark McGurl (Stanford), and confirmed participants include James English (Penn), Ted Underwood (Illinois), Günter Leypoldt (Heidelberg), Hoyt Long (Chicago), Heather Love (Penn), Laura Mandell (Texas A&M), Sharon…
October 31, 2013
The editors of SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 have announced the second annual Robert Lowry Patten Award, this year for the most outstanding recent contribution to Restoration and eighteenth-century British literary studies, will go to Textual Studies Program participating faculty member Thomas Lockwood (English) for his Henry Fielding Plays, Vol. 3: 1734-1742 (Oxford UP). The…