Digital scholarship is moving beyond the printed page but, in the process, does it leave behind tracks that we can capture? Discovering modes of engagement for those liminal textual and digital archaeological objects is at the heart of curation for the digital projects page.
For archaeological data conceived by or imported into the new mediums of an evolving information age, the limits of their digital representation are set by what we leave behind—a form of interaction in and of itself, a catalog that allows us to look beyond the printed page. Foundations of scholarly work may inform these projects, but we believe they must be given access in a digital environment wherein they may not bear the burden of static reference.
It is under this reflexive arrangement that we invite you to digitally dig into what our authors have found, repurposed, or invited eyes for the witness of productive failure. How will you interact?