The Politics of Metadata. Themed issue of Journal of Digital Culture & Society 2021. http://digicults.org/callforpapers/the-politics-of-metadata/


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, 2020 [accepted for publication]


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, 2020) [accepted for publication]


Karin Hansson, Teresa Cerratto Pargman, Anna Dahlgren, “Datafication and cultural heritage: provocations, threats, and design opportunities.” In Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work: The International Venue on Practice-centred Computing an the Design of Cooperation Technologies – Workshop Proposals, Reports of the European Society for Socially Embedded Technologies [accepted]


Anna Dahlgren & Karin Hansson, ”What an image is. The ontological gap between researchers and information specialist” (accepted, in review)



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


Anna Dahlgren & Amanda Wasielewski, ”The Digital U-Turn in Art History: Mindsets, Datasets, and Cultures of Digitization” [in review]


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


Anna Dahlgren, ”Katalogen som metadatastruktur. Det semantiska gapet mellan forskare och samlingar” [in review]


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