The Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative at Michigan State University invites essays (8000 words) and case studies (3000 words) for a digital, OA edition that will examine, among other topics:
- How are we theorizing digital archives?
- How are we drawing from the work of digital archivists as we build our own archives and conduct digital archival research?
- How do digital archives mediate how we write?
- How do we differentiate between digital archives/repositories/libraries? Why are these distinctions important?
Abstracts due by April 30.