Python for Humanists: A Weekend Workshop

September 22, 2017 - 3:00pm to September 23, 2017 - 5:00pm

Event Summary

A two-day intensive workshop on Python, for humanities scholars.

What is Python, and how can it help with your humanist research? How can I quickly learn the basics so I can start applying it? 

If you have been asking yourself this question, you are not alone! Please come join us for a weekend intensive workshop on Python, designed to introduce humanities researchers to the basics of the famously beginner-friendly programming language. 

Instructor: Patrick Juola, a professor of Mathematics and an expert in the field of authorship attribution

Sponsored by: The Robert Henderson Language Media Center, Pitt Humanities Center, DHRX (Digital Humanities Research at Pitt)

Location and Address

Robert Henderson Language Media Center (G17 Cathedral of Learning)