Alex Christie (University of Victoria), Andrew Pilsch (Arizona State University), Shawna Ross (Arizona State University- Polytechnic), and Katie Tanigawa (University of Victoria) released the Manifesto of Modernist Digital Humanities following the Modernist Studies Association Annual conference. The manifesto offers strategies for critiquing methods and content, a framework for how modernists can create their own digital strategies:
Modernists Digital Strategies should themselves be
critical, challenging, open-ended, discontinuous, fragmented, polyphonic, disruptive, perverse, strange, harsh.
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