Burdick brings knowledge design to Remix Studies panel

She discusses remixing Western systems of knowledge production.

From the event website: “Please join us for “Remix Studies Conversations Part 1: Focus on Digital Humanities,” a public event organized to highlight interdisciplinary research on remix as a form of creative production and communication. The event will feature four distinguished scholars, artists, and designers: Anne Burdick, David J. Gunkel, Virginia Kuhn, and Paul D. Miller AKA DJ Spooky to celebrate the recent publication The Routledge Handbook of Remix Studies and Digital Humanities edited by Eduardo Navas, Owen Gallagher, and xtine burrough.”

Burdick will discuss her book chapter, “Designing the Remix Library,” and her interest in the political implications of remix as a strategy for decolonizing classification systems that orient us toward ideas and species in ways that emphasize individual differences (rather than entangled relations).