RE-MIX: creation and alteration in DH
This year, the conference’s central theme is ‘RE-MIX: creation and alteration in DH’ (alluding to the theme of the European Capital of Culture, Esch-sur-Alzette). Of particular interest are contributions that consider the use, re-use, revision/alteration and diffusion/dissemination of ideas, cultural artefacts and/or data.
Relevant subjects can be any of—but are not limited to—the following:
- Digital Humanities at the intersection of disciplines within and beyond the arts and humanities.
- Digital approaches to Intertextuality.
- Multilingualism and/or multiculturalism from a digital humanities perspective.
- Diachronic and evolutionary perspectives on society and culture from a digital humanities perspective.
- Critical, data-driven studies on the spread and trajectories of (dis- and mis)information, ideologies and/or the development of bias within and across communities.
- Humanities research enabled by digital approaches, including but not limited to digital arts, architecture, music, film, theatre, new media, internet language, memes; digital games and cyberculture; digital media, digitisation, curation of (born-)digital objects.
- Integrating (and/or discussing the challenges of integrating) quantitative, statistical and computational methods and techniques into the Arts and Humanities.
- Dissemination of digital infrastructures, data, software, and/or research output in and beyond knowledge institutions.
- Software studies, information design and tool criticism.
- Digital Humanities in relation to pedagogy, teaching, and digital literacy.
- Digital scholarly editing and ePublications.
- Open Science in the Digital Humanities.
- Citizen science, participatory research methods, and other forms of public engagement.
- Project introductions.