Critical Studies of a Tech Stack: A Technological Network Perspective

The growing interest in laboratory studies in Digital Humanities (Pawlicka-Deger and Thomson, Forthcoming) has a great potential to unlock the complex dimensions of digital research production entangled with infrastructure, management, and administration. There is still however a lack of discussion about a laboratory culture, i.e., an environment with its social and philosophical dimensions that shape… Read More Critical Studies of a Tech Stack: A Technological Network Perspective

Digital Humanities Laboratories: Recording

The recording of the “Digital Humanities Laboratories: Communities of/in practice” panel discussion has been published online. It was a great conversation about a sense of DH lab community and actions towards gender and racial equity and diversity in DH labs. Check it out here: I chaired the discussion together with Dr Christopher Thomson (University of… Read More Digital Humanities Laboratories: Recording