Susan Schreibman

Professor of Digital Arts and Culture

Universiteit Maastricht
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Arts, Media, and Culture

Culturele en creatieve sector
Nieuwe productievormen


  • Digital Humanities
  • Digital Culture
  • Online Learning
  • Public Humanities
  • Citizen Science

Expert Statement

Susan Schreibman is Professor of Digital Arts and Culture at Maastricht University. She works at the intersections of computationally-based teaching and research in the interplay of the digital archive, cultural innovation, and participatory engagement design, processes and projects. A focus of her research is in the design, critical, and interpretative analysis of systems that remediate publication modalities and manuscript culture from the analogue world, while developing new born-digital paradigms.  

Voorbeeld van relevante publicatie

‘Textuality in 3D: Three-dimensional (Re)constructions as Digital Scholarly Editions’. Co-publication with Costas Papadopoulos. International Journal of Digital Humanities. Special Issue: Digital Scholarly Editing. Springer. 1:2 May 2019. pp221-233. DOI: 10.1007/s42803-019-00024-6

‘Towards 3D Scholarly Editions: The Battle of the Mount Street Bridge’. Co-publication with Costas Papadopoulos. Digital Humanities Quarterly. 13:1 2019.

‘Notes from the Transcription Desk: Visualising Public Engagement’. Co-publication with Vinayak Das Gupta and Neale Rooney. English Studies (July 2017). DOI: 10.1080/0013838X.2017.1333754

New Companion to Digital Humanities. Second Edition. Edited by Susan Schreibman, R.G. Siemens and John Unsworth. Blackwell (Oxford). 2016.