Messiah University Digital Humanities
The Digital Humanities at Messiah University allow you to combine new media with the study and interpretation of the humanities in a range of public projects. In the digital public humanities, you will engage the terrain of faith and human culture as you produce, reflect on and shape ideas and experiences in the digital age. At Messiah you can minor in the Digital Public Humanities and be involved in a number of digital projects.
Combine humanities content
communication, journalism, literature, history, modern languages, Bible, religious studies, philosophy, politics, ethnic and area studies, peace and conflict studies, sustainability
with digital media
film and documentary, geographic information systems, databases, Omeka, blogs, websites, mobile applications
Connect a world of ideas, people, faith and human culture,
Create knowledge and understanding with community partners
Extend your education to digital, public and professional spheres.
Messiah University is a leading national voice among Christian colleges and universities exploring the intersection of digital media and humanity.
To get involved in Digital Humanities courses, initiatives, and programs at Messiah University, please contact the Coordinator of Digital Humanities (David Pettegrew) or the Coordinator of the Digital Media Major (Nathan Skulstad).