A digital humanities experiment

Deger, Jennifer (2020) A digital humanities experiment. In: Tsing, Anna L., Deger, Jennifer, Saxena, Alder Keleman, and Zhou, Feifei, (eds.) Feral atlas: the more-than-human Anthropocene. Stanford University Press, Redwood City, CA, USA.

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[Extract:] What if the revelatory potential of the digital humanities rested less on computational power and more on the breadth of perspectives that a website might be designed to hold and gently jostle together?

Feral Atlas is an experiment in opening a transdisciplinary space for the study of the Anthropocene. In an orchestrated dance of form and content, the project takes advantage of the aesthetic and connective affordances of the digital to bring a plurality of epistemic registers into relationship. In this way Feral Atlas performs its argument, delivering an iterative, multisensuous, and multiperspectival account of the ways imperial and industrial infrastructures make Anthropocene worlds.

Item ID: 64915
Item Type: Book Chapter (Scholarly Work)
ISBN: 9781503615045
Copyright Information: © 2020 Stanford University. This work is freely accessible via the publisher's website.
Date Deposited: 28 Jan 2021 08:15
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