(just a topic) Making / History Kits

I’m realizing it’s been three days of AHA and I haven’t heard a thing about 3D printing or hardware hacking or making or the physical side of the digital turn. Wanna talk about this and the implications for historical research or pedagogy?

See, for example, this poster on “Kits for Cultural History” from the U. Victoria Maker Lab in the Humanities: maker.uvic.ca/kitsposter/ or some of the related blog posts at maker.uvic.ca/fab/.


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About Susan Garfinkel

I work as a research specialist at the Library of Congress.