Anna Dahlgren, Karin Hansson, Ramón Reichert, Amanda Wasielewski (Eds.) The Politics of Metadata. Special issue of Journal of Digital Culture & Society 2:2020 (soon to be published).

Karin Hansson, Anna Dahlgren (Eds.) Datafication and Cultural Heritage – diversity, negotiations, and countercultures. Special issue of Information & Culture 2021 (forthcoming).


Amanda Wasielewski  & Anna Dahlgren, Mining Art History: Determining the frequency of citations and key terms from humanities articles in PDF.”In Digital Human Sciences: New Objects – New Approaches (Stockholm University Press, 2021).

Amanda Wasielewski, “The Growing Pains of Digital Art History: Issues for the Study of Art Using Computational Methods.”In Digital Human Sciences: New Objects – New Approaches (Stockholm: Stockholm University Press, 2021).

Anna Dahlgren & Karin Hansson, The Diversity Paradox. Conflicting demands on metadata production in cultural heritage collections, Journal od Digital Culture and Society, 2:2020.

Anna Dahlgren & Karin Hansson, ”What an image is. The ontological gap between researchers and information specialist” (Art Documentation, 1:2021)

Anna Dahlgren & Amanda Wasielewski, ”Cultures of Digitization: Quantifying and Contextualizing Museum Practice in Digital Art History” (Visual Resources, forthcoming)

Sonya Petersson & Anna Dahlgren, ”Seeing Images: Metadata and Mediation in the Digital Archive ” [Culture Unbound, forthcoming]

Anna Dahlgren & Karin Hansson,  Crowdsourcing cultural heritage as democratic practice”, chapter in the anthology Participatory Practices in Art and Cultural Heritage: Learning Through and From Collaboration (forthcoming)

Anna Dahlgren, ”Vad r” [Passepartout, fortcoming]

Karin Hansson & Anna Dahlgren, “Crowdsourcing historical photographs: infrastructuring super-taggers at the Copenhagen City Archives.” [JCSCW, in review]

Anna Dahlgren & Amanda Wasielewski, ”The Digital U-Turn: the Future of Digital Humanities Methods in Art History” [J. of Art History, in review]

Karin Hansson & Anna Dahlgren, “Open Research Data Repositories Practices, norms, and implications for sharing images” [in review]

Amanda Wasielewski, ”The Museum in Quarantine: Architecture, Experience, and the Virtual Museum Tour” [in review]

Anna Dahlgren & Karin Hansson, ”Metadata as interpretation. Rethinking diversity in information systems for image collections” [in review]

Karin Hansson & Anna Dahlgren, “Choice, Negotiation and Conflict: An analytical model for participatory technologies in the cultural heritage” [in review]

Amanda Wasielewski, ”The Art Historian as Influencer”, Journal of Art Historiography (in review)


Karin Hansson, Teresa Cerratto Pargman, Anna Dahlgren, (2020). Datafication and cultural heritage: provocations, threats, and design opportunities. In Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.

Experimental Hackaton Workshop for Visual Material. (2020) Testing Recogito among humanities reserarchers. Karin Hansson & Anna Dahlgren in collaboration with Uppsala University Library. Documentation Hackaton Program Day1 Program Day2