The entirety of DIG 210, compressed into four concept maps (click on images for larger view, user arrow keys to navigate through the gallery):
One thing to think about as you read Jonathan Finn’s chapter from Capturing the Criminal Image: he refers several times to “mutable conceptions of criminality.” What does he mean and why is he so concerned?
DIG 210 is a Digital Studies class at Davidson College that explores the role of data and databases in contemporary society. The course guidelines are available, as well as the most up-to-date version of the class calendar. Professor Sample’s office hours are listed on the About page.
Image from We Feel Fine by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar