The following list has been collected from various respondents to an informal survey on the Humanist Discussion Group.
Though McCarty and Kirschenbaum’s list of “Institutional models for humanities computing” at http://www.allc.org/imhc/ is extensive, I am interested in an updated account of specifically undergraduate programs that have a digital humanities *inflected* curriculum — that is, programs which may or may not be called digital humanities but reflect–among other topics–some of the basic digital methodologies, topics of research, and disciplines that concern the DH community. Certainly, this is a broad definition, but the idea is to create a list from a range of initial responses from the field before conducting a more formal survey.
|Institution||Program||Affiliated DH Center or Project||Degree/Certificate|
|Brigham Young University||Humanities Computing||The Computers and the Humanities Program||BA Minor|
|Brock University||Digital Humanities||The Centre for Digital Humanities||BA|
|King’s College London||Digital Humanities||Centre for Computing in the Humanities||BA Minor|
|Michigan State University||Digital Humanities||Specialization/Certificate|
|Stanford University||The Digital Humanities Lab||Digital Humanities Module|
|University of California, Santa Barbara||Literature & the Culture of Information (LCI)||Transcriptions- A Digital Humanities Project on the Cultures of Information||Specialization|
|University of Exeter||Digital Arts & Humanities||BA|
|University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign||Informatics||Illinois Informatics Institute||BA Minor|
|University of Maine||New Media||BA|
|University of Maryland, College Park||Digital Cultures and Creativity||Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH)||Certificate|
|McMaster University||Communication Studies and Multimedia||BA|
|University of Washington||Digital Arts and Experimental Media||DXARTS-Center for Digital Arts and Experimental Media||BFA|