But these technological transformations are not solely a one-way street. The liberal arts, broadly speaking, also have the power – perhaps the responsibility – to participate in and shape the development, use and interpretative capabilities of these tools.
Bowdoin’s Digital and Computational Studies Initiative invites faculty across the College to work together to integrate new technologies, methodologies and forms of knowledge production into our curriculum and our scholarship.
DCS Major/Minor Declaration Event
July 9, 2pm EST
July 10, 7am EST
Interested in declaring a
Join DCS faculty in a Zoom session for advising conversations and a preview of Fall 2020 courses. Complete either a DCS Major Declaration form or a DCS Minor Declaration form in order to help our faculty to prepare for the session.
To obtain the Zoom invitation please email Crystal Hall, Associate Professor of Digital Humanities at firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 DCS Honor Prize Recipients
Bowdoin seniors Jeannie Davis, Sasa Jovanovic, and Ella Weinstein are the first recipients of the DCS honors prize: Excellence in Digital and Computational Studies. This prize is awarded to an outstanding senior or seniors who have demonstrated overall excellence in their DCS courses or in their service to the program beyond the academic program. We are grateful for their contributions to discussions, projects, and activities during their time at Bowdoin.
David Carroll ’97, featured in the 2019 Netflix documentary The Great Hack, took Cambridge Analytica to court in the United Kingdom for violating the UK Data Protection Act, getting entangled in an international intrigue.