Welcome to the Exhibition Space for the DARIAH Virtual Exchange Event on the Scholarly Primitives of Scholarly Meetings
We invite you to explore this collection of research publications, practical resources, personal reflections and other miscellany. It is not exhaustive, nor does it intend to be authoritative in the conventional sense: think of it as an exercise in ‘critical making’ (Ratto, 2011) or, if you prefer, as a 19th Century ‘Wunderkammer’ built to exhibit an eclectic, personal, almost surely biased collection of found objects with the potential to tell a story between them. Dig deep, or graze superficially, but do not feel you have to see it all (unless you want to!). Instead, we encourage you to use it as a way of preparing yourself to make serendipitous connections and to think in a more informed or perhaps just different way about the many purposes served by scholarly meetings, in particular those in the arts and humanities, and the challenges our unexpected ‘virtual turn’ of 2020 has raised to these fundamental instruments for building our personal and professional identities.
Jennifer Edmond on The DARIAH Virtual Exchange Event
Well, that was great. Thanks so much to @DARIAHeu and Jennifer Edmond for organising #DARIAHVX A bit like the brown liquid, it's not the same as the real thing, but it's something one could become attached to, in the absence of F2F
A new notion I was introduced to yesterday during #DARIAHVX: continuous partial attention. That's the way we all seem to function lately in front of our screens. Thank you, @LindaStone! https://lindastone.net/about/continuous-partial-attention/
And yet, for all the talk about talking about failure, few people have actually done it; notable exceptions including @electricarchaeo with his fantastic recent book "Failing Gloriously": https://thedigitalpress.org/failing-gloriously/. #DARIAHVX
Our partner @DARIAHeu has some exciting ideas on exhibition spaces!🏛️
👉 Join their 'Virtual Exchange Event' #DARIAHVX & explore their "19th century Wunderkammer":
♦️ Collection of research publications
♦️ Practical resources
♦️ Personal reflections
DARIAH Virtual Exchange Session:Launch of the Exhibition Space hosting a collection of research publications,practical resources,personal reflections on the primitives of&issues surrounding scholarly meetings
Visit,explore,reflect & be inspired!
This morning, I had 3 minutes to share some thoughts on failure and DH methods/tools gone wrong as a discussion prompt for #DARIAHVX. I've posted the whole thing on my blog, but a few highlights (thread): http://quinndombrowski.com/?q=blog/2020/05/28/remarks-dh-methods-and-tools-gone-wrong-discoveries-failures-advice-future