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Editors’ Choice: Some thoughts on Curating Knowledge

In addressing the question of how research and writing processes in the human sciences have changed or are changing in the digital era, as outlined by Mary Lee Kennedy, I would start with the following premise: that what has changed is not reducible to the “digital” (whether understood as methodology, medium, or set of epistemic affordances). Rather, the change is conditioned by an overall destabilization in knowledge genres and forms with the digital being only one factor, however central.

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