Order of Multitudes

Museum

The museum is a place that groups unique objects into categories and narratives that are meaningful to scholars and casual viewers alike, attempting to present them in ways that are both informative and visually attractive. At the same time, in order to remain relevant a museum must remain open to new ways of understanding and presenting its collection of objects, allowing space for such unforeseeable uses of its things in the future.

No. Title Type Author Added on
1 Fancy Digital Humanities and Enacting Change: A Conversation with Kelly Baker Josephs Conversation

Allison Chu

Tuesday 12 Apr 2022
2 The Pleasures and Pains of Digital Virality: A Conversation with Dr. Paula Harper Conversation

Allison Chu

Tuesday 12 Apr 2022
3 Cultivating Communities through Archival work with Alana Kumbier Conversation

Allison Chu

Tuesday 12 Apr 2022
4 Let the Bits Describe Themselves: Martien de Vletter on Born-Digital Archiving Conversation

Michael Faciejew

Tuesday 12 Apr 2022
5 Building a Human-Centered Museum: Conversation with Armando Perla Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Tuesday 12 Apr 2022
6 Behold, Beagles: Conversation with Brad Bolman Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Tuesday 12 Apr 2022
7 Classification and Contradiction: Interrogating Sex as Category with Beans Velocci Conversation

Michael Faciejew

Saturday 12 Feb 2022
8 Dismantling Legacies of Race Science: Conversation with Ayah Nuriddin Conversation

Sarah Pickman

Saturday 12 Feb 2022
9 Data Infrastructures, Metaphor, and Imagination: A Conversation with Shannon Mattern Conversation

Katie Colford

Friday 11 Feb 2022
10 Labor, Ecology, and Humor in the Museum: A Conversation with Fernando Domínguez Rubio Conversation

Katie Colford

Friday 11 Feb 2022