Explore global practices of the digital humanities for a more egalitarian mode of knowledge production and information sharing. This group is the digital extension of a working group on global DH, funded by the Central New York Humanities Corridor, from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Partner institutions include University of Rochester, Cornell University, Hamilton College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
In recent years social scientists have been interested in the growth and transformation of global cities. These metropolises, which function as key command centers in global production networks, manifest many of the social, economic, and political tensions and inequities of neoliberal globalization. Their international appeal as sites of financial…[Read more]
This review of Chapter 8, “Connection at Ewiiaapaayp Mountain: Indigenous Internet Infrastructure” by Christian Sandvig is part of “crowd-sourced book review” project organized by Humanities, Arts, Science Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC).
Iskandar Zulkarnain deposited Polyspatial Resistance for the Sake of the “Real” Subalterns: Electronic Civil Disobedience as a Form of Hacktivism in the group Global DH on Humanities Commons 11 months, 1 week ago
This essay examines Electronic Disturbance Theater’s virtual sit-in actions as a form of hacktivism in relation to the subaltern concept.
Esquemas para una visión de filosofía Cousateca según el modelo del prof. Remo Bodei en La vida de las cosas.
An introduction and overview of a new column which will review projects at the intersection of digital humanities and Jewish Studies