ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Patrik Svensson published in Computational Culture

ARC Distinguished Visiting Fellow Patrik Svensson published in Computational Culture:

Erica Robles-Anderson and Patrik Svensson, ““One Damn Slide After Another”: Powerpoint at Every Occasion for Speech.” Computational Culture: a journal of software studies. 15th January 2016.

Patrik Svensson is a Professor of Humanities and Information Technology at HUMlab, Umeå University, and the former Director of HUMlab (2000-2014). His current work can be loosely organized under two themes: Digital Humanities and Conditions for Knowledge Production. The first theme includes research and practice in relation to the intersection of the humanities and information technology with a particular focus on the history, role and place of the digital humanities. The second theme addresses research infrastructure, spaces for learning and knowledge production, intellectual middleware, presentation software and academic events. His work seeks to be critical and interventionist. Recent publications include Between Humanities and the Digital (co-edited with David Theo Goldberg, MIT Press, 2015) and “Close Reading PowerPoint” (online publication). He is currently working on a project on space and knowledge production.

Submitted on: JAN 27, 2016

Category: Advanced Research Collaborative