Digilab is a transdisciplinary "Community of Practice" in Digital Anthropology researching digital cultures and digital transformation at the Institute of Anthropological Studies in Culture and History at the University of Hamburg.
We research how digitisation shapes our everyday life in a wide range of domains within the context of national and international research projects, publications, teaching programmes, conferences and workshops at the University of Hamburg. Our aim is to facilitate transdisciplinary collaboration between academia and the various fields of practice. Furthermore, we collaborate in thematic studios to enable further exchange between different researcher generations and practitioners.
Our research focuses on the following emerging issues and domains:
- Inclusive Digital Futures
- Participatory Memory Practices and Living Digital Heritage
- Collaborative Research, Citizen Science and Community Archiving
- Sustainability Conflicts and Sustainable Socio-Economic Models
- Data Governance and Trusted Interactions
- New Forms of Accountability and Social Impact Measurement
- Open Science, Research Data Management and Ethics
- Digital Literacy and Automation in Digital Humanities/Digital Anthropology
You can find the latest updates about the network on our website and on Twitter . If you are interested in collaborating with us, please feel free to contact us.
Coordination and contact:
- Samantha Lutz
- Roman Knipping-Sorokin