Capstone students will:
Design a public and/or digital humanities project that builds on their M.A. coursework
- Develop a bibliography and synthesis of the relevant research that informs their project
Apply critical and creative methods to articulate scholarly ideas in a non-traditional form for specific public and/or academic audiences
Connect their curricular work with their professional interests and goals
Students design their projects and conduct most of their research during the fall semester seminar, and throughout the year, they consult regularly with a faculty mentor as well as the capstone instructor and their peers. While most students build their projects using digital tools, most do not need previous technical expertise.
In practice, students have developed a wide range of projects. Here are some ideas, with links to recent capstones: