Community Engagement Fact-Finding Survey
The study is concerned with working with communities to identify the ways that digital tools and platforms can be exclusionary on the basis of intersecting identities. The goal is to embed intersectional feminist thinking and practices within and across the broad discipline of digital humanities. Across our two-year project we wish to collaborate with artists, communities, coders, archivists and scholars, to develop digital objects, interfaces, archives and tools to amplify marginalised voices and to help navigate the biases and stereotypes that those working in digital spaces encounter. This survey seeks to capture some of your experiences in order to create tools, resources, and methodologies which are informed by intersectional feminist practices.
This research is being undertaken by Dr Sharon Webb, Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities, at the University of Sussex as part of the Full Stack Feminism in Digital Humanities research programme, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Irish Research Council (IRC) (grant numbers: AH/W001667/1 and IRC/W001667/1).
If you would like to take part in the survey, please use this link.