Becoming a Digital Humanist: An Autobiographical Nonlinear Digital Story
My CE Becoming a Digital Humanist: An Autobiographical Nonlinear Digital Story (BDH) is a six episode nonlinear digital story demonstrating the power and importance of autobiography. It tells the story of my educational journey from Princeton Theological Seminary (PTS) to Berklee College of Music in Valencia, Spain (BV). Within the story I explore the themes of race, tradition, individuality and my desired place in the academic area of the digital humanities. Through experimental music, conceptual art and basic documentation viewers are invited to decipher my personal sense of becoming and discover their own sense of self-actualization through observation of my story. This digital story has been created through the process of artistic research as related to the practice of music and music technology within the MPTI program. The six episodes are to be watched in any order viewers choose, as long as all episodes are viewed in their entirety.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Project Components: one project introduction audio file, one presentation, six episodes (one ZIP file containing six .mp4 video files).
Cobbold, Jeffrey. “Becoming a Digital Humanist: An Autobiographical Nonlinear Digital Story.” Master's Project, Berklee College of Music, 2016. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-production-technology/47.