Applying Archival Knowledge to Born-Digital Cultures
MARA Guest Lecture
This talk will examine the value of archival knowledge in crafting research methodologies for the study of digital cultures. By bringing archival preservation and historical analysis into closer conversation with one another, James Hodges highlights new media formats of growing concern to practitioners, as well as methods for analysis with underutilized value to researchers. Case studies are drawn from several overlapping projects, including Hodges’ work on computer history, algorithmic accountability, and public health.
The recording will be posted here as soon as it is available.