AO. Griffin and Hayler - Deutero

  • AO: These analysts are worried that although Digital Humanities has collaboration built into its practice, the concept of collaboration is under theorized and also understood in various ways depending on academic cultures. The analysts believe that the concept needs to be better typologized to build a more nuanced discourse of collaboration in order to capture the complexities of collaboration and develop a better language for articulating the fact that coproduction of knowledge is typical and not the anomaly.

  • AO: The analysts note the importance of noting when power differentials go unarticulated by remaining silent about their processes, side­lining, or invisibilizing, certain categories of workers in DH or academe more broadly. They note that silence is also a form of articulation – it speaks (16).


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