Recommended Courses for MA Students

The following is a curated list of courses we recommend to our MA students and to other undergraduate and graduate students involved in the Wired! Lab. These are courses that are either indirectly affiliated or not affiliated with the lab. Read more about courses offered by Wired!.

Some courses are offered through neighboring institutions such as the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University. These courses are recommended only if they may be appropriate for those studying for the MA degree and are not offered at Duke during the current academic year. Learn more about Interinstitutional Registration.

Fall 2016

Read more about Wired! Fall 2016 courses here. Complete listings for Duke University are available in the course catalog.

Arts of the Moving Image
AMI 325 – Web-Based Multimedia Communication (Salvatella de Prada)

Art History
ARTHIST 220L – Museum Theory and Practice (Schroth & Wardle)
ARTHIST 231L – History of Art Markets (Van Miegroet)
ARTHIST 305L – Virtual Museums: Theories and Methods of 21st Century Museums (Forte)
ARTHIST 547L – Introduction to Digital Archaeology (Forte)

Information Science & Studies
ISS 110L – Information, Society & Culture (Herron)

Visual Arts
ARTSVIS 316S – Activating the Archive (McCarty)

Visual & Media Studies
VMS 206L – Digital Imaging (Salvatella de Prada)
VMS 326L – Introduction to Programming & User Interface Design in Unity3D (Zielinski)
VMS 590S – Media: Data and Experience (Hansen)

Read more about recommended digital humanities courses at other area institutions.

Spring 2016

Read more about Wired! Spring 2016 courses here.

 

Duke (course catalog)

 

CLST 346S-01 – Classical Sculpture (Baltes)

VMS 255-01L – Art in Renaissance Italy (Lanzoni)

VMS 290-01L – Topics in Visual Studies: Humanities Data Mining + Meaning (Herron)

VMS 351-01L – 3D Modeling and Animation (Salvatella de Prada)

VMS 396-01L – Graphic Design in Multimedia (Faber)

VMS 551SL – Wired! The Lives of Things (Bruzelius)

 

 

Fall 2015

Read more about Wired! Fall 2015 courses here.

Duke (course catalog)

AMI 325 – Web-Based Multimedia Communication (Salvatella de Prada)

ARTHIST 305L – Virtual Museums: Theories and Methods of 21st Century Museums (Forte)

ARTHIST 340S – Classical Sculpture (Baltes)

ARTHIST 547L – Introduction to Digital Archaeology (Forte)

ARTSVIS 203-1 – Introduction to Architectural Design (Jones)

ARTSVIS 206 – Digital Imaging (Salvatella de Prada)

CLST 348 – Classical Greek Archaeology, Archaic to Classical (Shea)

ISIS 390S1-01 – Topics in Digital History and Humanities: NC Jukebox (Szabo, Abel)

SOCIOL 880-01 – Special Topics in Sociology: Data Visualization (Healy)

VMS 328-01 – Media Theory (Hansen)

VMS 566S – How They Got Game (Staff)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (course catalog)

ARTH 592 – History and Theory of Museums (Sherman)

GEOG 491 – Introduction to GIS (Chen)