A common challenge for digital humanities projects - and a place where many stumble - is managing collaborations across disciplines, cultures, and communities of practice. These differences raise questions of translation, inclusivity, and workplace norms for digital humanities practitioners.
Ruth Ahnert (Queen Mary University of London)
Helen Graham (University of Leeds)
Arran Rees (University of Leeds)
Emma Jaster (Laboratory for Global Performance & Politics)
Daniela Major (School of Advanced Study)
Caio Mello (School of Advanced Study)
Jennifer Stertzer (University of Virginia)
Most of us recognise that failure is an unavoidable part of any scholarly endeavour - let alone life - especially for people who work across disciplines. Yet, for something so central to our experience, it often sits at the periphery of our writing, training, and professional discourse. This seminar series explores how we can reframe failure within the digital humanities: the ways we can learn from it, talk about it, and hopefully reconsider our collective relationship to it.
Conceived as a series of conversations, Reframing Failure presents an opportunity to reflect on practice. It welcomes those from within and outside the digital humanities and takes an international and interdisciplinary approach to failure.
If you have any questions about the series, please email the facilitators Anna-Maria Sichani and Michael Donnay at email@example.com.
This event is free to attend, but booking is required. It will be held online with details about how to join the virtual event being circulated via email to registered attendees 24 hours in advance.