Experimental Humanities

Fall 2014 Courses

  • EH Awarded Mellon Foundation Grant

    Bard College has been awarded an $800,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the College’s Experimental Humanities initiative. Support from the Mellon Foundation will transform Experimental Humanities at Bard into a hub for scholarly, curricular, and artistic innovations. Bard College has been awarded an $800,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the College’s Experimental Humanities initiative. Support from the Mellon Foundation will transform Experimental Humanities at Bard into a hub for scholarly, curricular, and artistic innovations. MORE >>
  • Student Share Event for EH Projects

    On Wednesday, May 7th, students from Experimental Humanities classes across the college shared their work in the form of presentations and exhibitions--including digital media, 3D video, and more. On Wednesday, May 7th, students from Experimental Humanities classes across the college shared their work in the form of presentations and exhibitions--including digital media, 3D video, and more.
  • Container Project Underway

    EH is working with Henderson Labs, Environmental and Urban Studies (EUS), and architect Adam Kalkin to design a new Digital Media Lab for our campus. Generously supported by the Alden Trust, the lab will be sustainably built from recycled materials (including repurposed shipping containers) and is being developed by Bard students, faculty, and staff. This space will serve as an incubator for further collaboration and experimentation with media within the Bard community. (Image: a Kalkin QuikHouse; more designs here.) EH is working with Henderson Labs, Environmental and Urban Studies (EUS), and architect Adam Kalkin to design a new Digital Media Lab for our campus. Generously supported by the Alden Trust, the lab will be sustainably built from recycled materials (including repurposed shipping containers) and is being developed by Bard students, faculty, and staff. This space will serve as an incubator for further collaboration and experimentation with media within the Bard community. (Image: a Kalkin QuikHouse; more designs here.) MORE >>
Bard College has been awarded an $800,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support the College’s Experimental Humanities initiative. Support from the Mellon Foundation will transform Experimental Humanities at Bard into a hub for scholarly, curricular, and artistic innovations.1 On Wednesday, May 7th, students from Experimental Humanities classes across the college shared their work in the form of presentations and exhibitions--including digital media, 3D video, and more.2 EH is working with Henderson Labs, Environmental and Urban Studies (EUS), and architect Adam Kalkin to design a new Digital Media Lab for our campus. Generously supported by the Alden Trust, the lab will be sustainably built from recycled materials (including repurposed shipping containers) and is being developed by Bard students, faculty, and staff. This space will serve as an incubator for further collaboration and experimentation with media within the Bard community. (Image: a Kalkin QuikHouse; more designs here.)3

Fall 2014 Courses

The Fall 2014 EH courses are up, and include a great range in all Divisons of the college. The Experimental Humanities core course "Introduction to Media" will be taught by Professor Thomas Keenan this Spring, and is listed as "LIT 235" in the Course Catalog.
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