- Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece (Tatiani Rapatzikou, trapatz(at)enl.auth.gr)
- Radboud University, The Netherlands (Frank Mehring, frank.mehring(at)ru.nl)
- University of Graz, Austria (Stefan Brandt, stefan.brandt(at)uni-graz.at)
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The EAAS Digital Studies Network plays a pivotal role in nurturing a dynamic community of scholars, researchers, and postgraduate students in Europe. It serves as a platform for fostering effective communication and robust collaboration among individuals who share a profound interest in a diverse array of topics, including but not limited to digital literary forms, the ever-evolving landscape of digitality, the realm of popular culture, innovative experimentation with print and digital writing, dynamic typographic practices, the burgeoning field of locative media, and the intricacies of narrative construction.
Furthermore, the network emphasizes the significance of digital humanities within the broader context of American Studies, acknowledging its transformative potential and the valuable insights it offers into the complex interplay between technology, culture, and society. As an integral part of its mission, the initiative actively seeks to establish and strengthen connections with European institutions, organizations, and specialized postgraduate programs dedicated to exploring and advancing knowledge in these domains. By facilitating the exchange of information and fostering collaborative endeavors among its members, the network endeavors to create a vibrant ecosystem that promotes innovative research and scholarly engagement within the realm of digital studies.
Please see the program for details!