Editors’ Choice: The Multidimensional Scholarly Archive (II)

Last month, together with Silvia Stoyanova, I delivered a lecture at the “Methodological Intersections”: Trier Digital Humanities Autumn School 2015 (which Silvia co-organised) on the topic of ‘The Multidimensional Scholarly Archive’. Silvia’s part of the lecture has been posted here, underneath you can find my contribution.

I would like to focus on some of the current theories related to the agency of the archive that have emerged from within contemporary media studies. From there I will focus on the ethics and politics of the scholarly archive and on how the materialities of our current digital scholarly archiving and publishing practices are integrally entangled with the way research is produced, disseminated and consumed.

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This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Joshua Catalano based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: Antonio Jimenez-Munoz, Jan Lampaert, Rebecca Napolitano, Danae Tapia, Kevin Thompson, Covadonga Lamar, Melanie Barbier, and Sahar Al-Keshwan