In 2012 Lisa Spiro wrote, ‘Not all experiments succeed as originally imagined, but the digital humanities community recognizes the value of failure in the pursuit of innovation’. A decade later, what does failure mean for the digital humanities community today? If there is value in failure, how do we create the space to fail ‘better’? Join us for a roundtable discussion about the state of failure in digital humanities today.
- Quinn Dombrowski (Stanford University)
- David de Roure (University of Oxford)
- Jane Winters (School of Advanced Study)
Chair: Anna-Maria Sichani (School of Advanced Study)