How are public history and critical play projects being utilized to engage diverse communities in digital humanities?
How do digital media and technologies allow for closer critique and analysis of sound? What relationships or representations emerge between aural media (acoustic space, audio recording, editing, sound as artifact, memory and sound, etc.) & digital tools?
Can Digital Humanities change the way we study health and practice medicine? How do digital reconfigurations or big data impact and expand investigations into health and medicine's history or trajectory?
How do issues of erasure (redaction, deletion, censor, displacement, etc.) in digital spaces impact memory? What can these erasures reveal?
How does the digital intersect with spirituality/religion? How have digital/virtual technologies broadened approaches to the study of spirituality/religion?