Digital Humanities Net/Works is an online publication forum for the exchange of ideas among DH practitioners on the most significant questions or issues in our field and on ways to rethink technology and online structures in order to make them more responsive to issues of diversity and inclusion. The DH Net/Works constitutes a digital experiment in networking, beyond the blog, more flexible than the journal, and oriented toward initiating structures of change. Like a journal, it has an editor and advisory board; like a blog, it allows relatively simple entry into the conversation, quick response turn-around, and strong encouragement to include a diversity and range of voices.
DH Net/Works takes as its platform and focus both the “net”/internet and the products and agency of our “works,” the activity of our research and digital productivity and what we hope may become a growing community of scholars thinking and working collaboratively to make digital systems, structures, and algorithms as open, accessible, and equitable as possible.
Like the lichen, we are a diverse group of practitioners who aim to nurture resourceful collaborations across differences.
DHN/W is affiliated with the UB Digital Scholarship Studio and Network (DSSN).
Please join us in DHN/W conversations, exchange, and queries: