Dates: Wednesdays; Jan. 17–Feb. 7

Time: 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Location: Hope Lutheran Church

This course will look at the vital— and at times venomous—relationship between American culture and digital technologies. By examining the digital world in a variety of iterations from entertainment to education, the course challenges us to question the ways that digital culture structures, controls, and curates knowledge. Each session will also explore and explain innovative digital tools for archiving images and recording personal histories.

Class Format: Lecture and discussion

Course Instructor:  Jennifer Hill

HillJennifer Hill teaches American Studies at MSU and researches and writes in the fields of reproductive history, oral history, and the digital humanities. She is currently at work on a digital archive and museum documenting women’s reproductive experiences.


MSU Wonderlust is a high-qualitycommunity resource for lifelong learning for the Bozeman area.  Here is university-quality instruction by experts in a huge number of subjects, some multi-week courses, some one-off events.  They come free of homework, exams, or papers: The MSU Wonderlust experience is just a chance to learn new things or review things we’d already studied.  It was also an opportunity to meet people with a wide variety of interests.

Last year we transferred to operations to MSU and took on the supportive role as "Friends of..."  This past year was our first as Friends of MSU Wonderlust with the mission to support and promote MSU Wonderlust.  

Gerry Wheeler, President of Friends of Wonderlust