“The largest and most revelatory component of the archive is the hundreds of projects that George A. Romero never got to make.”
Sohail Daulatzai on The Battle of Algiers’ “competing narratives, a battleground over the meaning and memory of decolonization and Western power, and a site for challenging the current imperial consensus.”
The news institution of the digital era as a linked archive: equal parts news provider and information portal.
In this podcast, Catherine Clark looks at how “the utopian rhetoric of the Vidéothèque de Paris illuminates promises of the more recent revolution in digital history.”
Catherine E. Clark on how “the utopian rhetoric that accompanied the Vidéothèque’s creation helps illuminate and call into question the utopian promises of the much more recent revolution in digital history.”
“Perhaps we’d find out what the historian of the 21st century should look like, rather than how to protect the career path of the 20th-century historian for decades to come.”
Textual Science, as Gregory Heyworth argues, is poised to change the established order of things. With images of recovered works, many previously unseen, this talk will chart the way ahead in theory and praxis.