Why is Infrastructure So Uninflected?

Why is Infrastructure So Uninflected? Informal position paper on digital humanities Symposium on Critical Digital Humanities University of Westminster, London May 22, 2017 Note: This is a slightly adapted and dynamic version of the submitted position paper. This brief statement relates to two longer pieces on infrastructure I am hoping to…

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Digital Humanities as Humanistic Infrastructure – Oct 26 talk at Glasgow

Digital Humanities as Humanistic Infrastructure HATII, University of Glasgow, October 26 at 4 pm (details) Abstract Digital humanities is heavily entangled with infrastructure and infrastructural thinking. The field itself is concerned with standards, curation of data, encoding schemas, tagging systems, project charters, tools, interoperability, maker labs and technologically induced methodology. Furthermore,…

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