AO. Griffin and Hayler - Meso

  • AO: Analysts note how Digital Humanities workers can become marginalized through the denigration of certain kinds of expertise, noting power differentials may manifest themselves in myriad ways. They emphasize that power structures both within and beyond the immediate interactions can lead to the work of one or more collaborators being reduced or going uncredited, and to the detriment of their institutional and subject standing.

  • AO: Citing Terras, analysts note that power heirarchies can pressure collaborators into promising too much, or blinding them to the complexity of projects that rely on still­ new methods and practices (19).


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