Hannah Alpert-Abrams

  I teach courses and workshops in digital humanities, composition, and literature. My goal as an instructor is to help students to understand and think beyond cultural and disciplinary boundaries through student-centered, project-based teaching.

Recent Courses

The History of the Book in the Americas and Beyond.

Co-taught with Neil Safier and Stijn van Rossem. John Carter Brown Library, Brown University. Spring 2019. Undergraduate seminar.

Critical Digital Archives.

Co-taught with Kelly McDonough. Departments of Latin American Studies and Spanish and Portuguese. Fall 2018. Graduate seminar.


Transcribing Historical and Multilingual Documents [slides .pdf]

Digital Jumpstart Workshop Series, University of Kansas

Copies of Copies of Historial Books [slides .pdf]

Reading Books in the Digital Age (University of Texas at Austin)

Introduction to Transcription for Historical Documents [slides .pdf]

John Carter Brown Library, April 2017

Introduction to Scalar for Undergraduates

University of Texas, Fall 2015

Topic Modeling: an introduction to Mallet

University of Texas, Fall 2014

Past Courses

Rhetoric 309k: Rhetoric of Science Writing

University of Texas, Fall 2014

Rhetoric 306: Rhetoric and Writing

University of Texas, Spring 2014

Rhetoric 306: Rhetoric and Writing

University of Texas, Fall 2013