Reimagining the humanities /

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Imprint:Anderson, South Carolina : Parlor Press, [2023]
Description:xxvi, 255 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series:Electracy and transmedia studies
Electracy and transmedia studies.
Subject:Digital humanities.
Humanities -- Study and teaching.
Digital media.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Mauer, Barry, editor.
Salter, Anastasia, editor
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary:"Addressed to digital humanists, Reimagining the Humanities updates our methods for engaging with ideology and technology, drawing on a broad range of practices informed by collective challenges and an ongoing state of crisis. Voices in the collection range from graduate students to established scholars, drawn from across humanities disciplines, all seeking to reimagine the humanities at a time when many disciplines are facing both a loss of resources and political support, as well as the demands of rapidly changing classrooms, campuses, and external institutions. We recognize that shifts in information technologies call for different ways of knowing and that it is our responsibility to invent humanist methods for theorizing, teaching, and experimenting within these emerging technical-ideological apparatuses of what Gregory Ulmer has termed our "electrate" age. Most importantly, we ask how these understandings must be addressed differently through transdisciplinary humanist education at a time when disinformation is dominant in the technical landscape that shapes our classrooms and communities. The collection includes a digital compendium of projects: https: // " --

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