Note: I'm slowly trying to build an index to categorize my channels. Key is incomplete!
* class resources
↔ internet history
◘ archives, libraries, collections
■ technology studies and spaces
◙ technology bias and modifications
It's making me think about Eva Rothschild on democratic sculptures: "Public art has to demonstrate generosity towards the public." What does that mean digitally? I think we're witnessing how digital knowledge can be designed for public generosity, & I'm excited for what's next.
However, rather than focusing on the marginalization, we choose to imagine the decolonizing possibilities of Indigenous knowledge organization.
King implicates the researcher as a political agent, writing that “Stories about the production of stories require feminists to engage in this story-making, not merely to analyze it – there are no innocent positions from which one can only look on."
[...] practice of bibliographic assembly cannot happen from an analytical distance and that researchers must acknowledge themselves as actively involved in the production of texts, histories, disciplines and communities.