Performing the Internet: Post Digital Folklore

Mauro-Flude, M 2019, 'Performing the Internet: Post Digital Folklore' in R Shun-han, L Haipeng, C Min (ed.) Digital Humanities and Scholarly Research Trends in the Asia-Pacific, IGI Global, United States, pp. 200-227.


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Title Performing the Internet: Post Digital Folklore
Author(s) Mauro-Flude, M
Year 2019
Title of book Digital Humanities and Scholarly Research Trends in the Asia-Pacific
Publisher IGI Global
Place of publication United States
Editor(s) R Shun-han, L Haipeng, C Min
Start page 200
End page 227
Subjects Design Innovation
Digital and Interaction Design
Feminist Theory
Summary This chapter imagines alternative possibilities for digital humanities scholarship. Beyond technological pragmatism, the inquiry instead points to a richer engagement with digital infrastructure that can occur through the application of software literacy and expanded cultural practices derived from speculative traditions of thinking and feminist internet criticism. New methodologies are introduced, providing experimental models of engagement that allow for distinctive forms of performative and the development of dynamic and diverse knowledge.
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Keyword(s) Feminist Critical Theory
Post Digital Culture
Feminist Internet Critique
Feminist Server Stack
Digital Literacy
Experiential Pedagogy
Case Studies
Digital Infrastructures
DOI - identifier 10.4018/978-1-5225-7195-7
ISBN 9781522571957
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