Anna Näslund Dahlgren, Karin Hansson, Ramón Reichert, Amanda Wasielewski (Eds.) The Politics of Metadata. Special issue of Journal of Digital Culture & Society vol 6, no 2, 2020.

Karin Hansson, Anna Näslund Dahlgren, Teresa Cerratto Pargman (Eds.) Datafication and Cultural Heritage – diversity, negotiations, and countercultures. Special issue of Information & Culture, vol 57, no 1, 2022.

Amanda Wasielewski, Computational Formalism. Art History and Machine Learning (Cambr. Mass., MIT Press, 2023)

Amanda Wasielewski & Anna Näslund Dahlgren (eds). Critical Digital Art History (London: Intellect, forthcoming 2024)


Anna Näslund Dahlgren & Karin Hansson, ”The Diversity Paradox. Conflicting demands on metadata production in cultural heritage collections”, Journal of Digital Culture and Society, vol 6, no 2 (2020): 239-256.

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).

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).

Anna Näslund Dahlgren & Amanda Wasielewski, ”Cultures of Digitization: Quantifying and Contextualizing Museum Practice in Digital Art History” Visual Resources, VOL. 36, NO. 4, 339-359, 2020

Anna Näslund Dahlgren & Amanda Wasielewski, ”The Digital U-Turn: the Future of Digital Humanities Methods in Art History” Journal of Art History, vol. 90, issue 4, 2021, pp. 249-266.

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

Anna Näslund Dahlgren, ”Vad ska vi ha alla bilder till? Katalogiska utmaningar i skärningspunkten mellan kulturarvsförvaltning och humanistisk forskning”, Passepartout. Skrifter for kunsthistorie, vol. 23, issue 41 (2021), pp. 193-211.

Sonya Petersson & Anna Näslund Dahlgren, ”Seeing Images: Metadata and Mediation in the Digital Archive ”, Culture Unbound, vol. 13, issue 2, 2021, pp-104-132. DOI: 10.3384/cu.3562

Karin Hansson & Anna Näslund Dahlgren, ”Open Research Data Repositories: Practices, norms, and metadata for sharing images”,  Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), Special Issue on “Digital Humanities (DH), 2022, vol. 73, pp. 303-316.

Karin Hansson & Anna Näslund Dahlgren. (2022). ”Crowdsourcing historical photographs: autonomy and control at the Copenhagen City Archives”. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW)31(1), 1–32.

Anna Näslund Dahlgren, ”Image Metadata. From Information Management to Interpretative Practice” Museum Management and Curatorship, May 2022, ahead-of print, p. 1-21,

Amanda Wasielewski, “Interfaces of Art: Meyer Schapiro, Fernand Léger, and the Role of the Art Historian in Anachronistic Artistic Influence,” Journal of Art Historiography, no. 26 (June 2022),

Amanda Wasielewski, ”The Museum in Quarantine: Architecture, Experience, and the Virtual Museum Tour” Journal of Curatorial Studies, 11, 1, April 2022, pp. 4-24.

Anna Näslund Dahlgren & Karin Hansson,  Crowdsourcing cultural heritage as democratic practice”, in Participatory Practices in Art and Cultural Heritage: Learning Through and From Collaboration, eds. Rausch, Benschop, Sitzia, van Saaze (Springer, 2022), pp. 39-48. ISNN 2524-7433

Karin Hansson & Anna Näslund Dahlgren, “Choice, Negotiation, and Pluralism: a Conceptual Framework for Participatory Technologies in Museum Collections” Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) journal (September 2022)

Vendela Grundell Gachoud, Anna Näslund Dahlgren, Karin Hansson, “Sami traces: Diversity and curatorial workarounds in image archives”,  in Digital Approaches to Inclusion and Participation in Cultural Heritage, eds. Danilo Giglitto, Luigina Ciolfi, Eleanor Lockley, Eirini Kaldeli (London: Routledge, 2023).äslund-dahlgren-karin-hansson

Amanda Wasielewski, “Authenticity and the Poor Image in the Age of Deep Learning.”, Photographies, 16, 2 (2023): 191-210.

Karin Hansson, “Metadata as Imaginary Demands: Exploring Metadata Markets in the Digital Heritage with Speculative Design.” The Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technologhy (JASIST), Special Issue on Conceptual Models of the Sociotechnical (Online June 09 2023).

Karin Hansson, “Visual Methods for Desire and Wonder in the Digital Heritage.Feminist Review, 2023. Vol. 135, nr 1, s. 162-180.

Amanda Wasielewski and Anna Näslund, ”Critical Digital Art History – an introduction”, in Critical Digital Art History eds. Amanda Wasielewski & Anna Näslund [London: Intellect, forthcoming 2024]

Amanda Wasielewski, ”Zombie Canon: Art datasets, generative AI, and the reanimation of the western canon of art”, in Critical Digital Art History eds. Amanda Wasielewski & Anna Näslund [London: Intellect, forthcoming 2024]

Anna Näslund, ”Picturing Platformization and Information Infrastructures in Picture Archives Online”, in Critical Digital Art History eds. Amanda Wasielewski & Anna Näslund [London: Intellect, forthcoming 2024]

Clara Bylund and Anna Näslund, ”Beyond Numbers: Visual Diversity in the Online Art Database” [in review]

Anna Näslund, ”Pictures, illustrations and visual data” [in review]


Wasieleski, Amanda: Sharing the Visual Heritage: Text Mining Art History 2019-2020.”,

Vendela Grundell Gachoud: The Politics of Metadata. Sami Traces.


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 researchers. Karin Hansson & Anna Näslund Dahlgren in collaboration with Uppsala University Library. Documentation Hackaton Program Day1 Program Day2