Order of Multitudes

Encyclopedia

Encyclopedias are the end-product of the urge to collect, catalogue, describe, and classify masses of information at its most granular and list-like. Historically, encyclopedias have often taken the form of large books. But whether the encyclopedia is a physical book or a digital tool, its goal remains the same: to use language to make information easy to find and understand through alphabetical or thematic organization, and to present this information as universal and separate from any particular historical, geographical, or temporal context.

No. Title Type Author Added on
1 Dreaming of Equality: Abigail De Kosnik on Media Piracy and Internet Democracy Conversation

Allison Chu

Thursday 29 Apr 2021
2 Rethinking Exhibitions and Reimagining Museums with Monique R. Scott Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Saturday 17 Apr 2021
3 Hidden Wonders: Travis Zadeh on the Possibilities and Limitations of Digital Archives Conversation

Allison Chu

Friday 02 Apr 2021
4 Cartographic Contacts: A Conversation with Alex Hidalgo Conversation

Yi Lu

Tuesday 23 Mar 2021
5 Exploring the Secrecy of Garbage Papers with Yi Lu Conversation

Allison Chu

Tuesday 23 Mar 2021
6 Capturing an Empire in a Room of Animals: Talking with Catarina Madruga Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Friday 19 Mar 2021
7 From Unconventional Archives to Troves of Hauntings Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Friday 12 Mar 2021
8 Object Lessons with Denise Y. Ho Conversation

Yi Lu

Friday 05 Mar 2021
9 How to Create a Community Around Science: A Conversation with Sarah Qidwai Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Friday 26 Feb 2021
10 From Victorian Novels to Data Visualization: A Conversation with Catherine DeRose Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Friday 19 Feb 2021