In this comprehensive and highly interdisciplinary companion, contributors reflect on remix across the broad spectrum of media and culture, with each chapter offering in-depth reflections on the relationship between remix studies and the digital humanities.

The anthology is organized into sections that explore remix studies and digital humanities in relation to topics such as archives, artificial intelligence, cinema, epistemology, gaming, generative art, hacking, pedagogy, sound, and VR, among other subjects of study. Selected chapters focus on practice-based projects produced by artists, designers, remix studies scholars, and digital humanists. With this mix of practical and theoretical chapters, editors Navas, Gallagher, and burrough offer a tapestry of critical reflection on the contemporary cultural and political implications of remix studies and the digital humanities, functioning as an ideal reference manual to these evolving areas of study across the arts, humanities, and social sciences. 

This book will be of particular interest to students and scholars of digital humanities, remix studies, media arts, information studies, interactive arts and technology, and digital media studies.

chapter |16 pages


ByEduardo Navas, Owen Gallagher, xtine burrough

part Part I|140 pages

Epistemology and Theory

chapter 181|17 pages

A Brief History of Remix

From Caves to Networks
ByGiancarlo Frosio

chapter 2|17 pages

The More Things Change

Who Gets Left Behind as Remix Goes Mainstream?
ByFernanda R. Rosa, Maggie Clifford, Aram Sinnreich

chapter 3|17 pages

Experiments in Performance, Identity, and Digital Space

48 Mystory Remixes, Remixed
ByLyndsay Michalik Gratch

chapter 4|10 pages

Production Plus Consumption

Remix and the Digital Humanities
ByVirginia Kuhn

chapter 5|15 pages

Immersive Feminist Remix

An Affect Dissonance Methodology
ByKaren Keifer-Boyd

chapter 6|14 pages

Versioning Buddhism

Remix and Recyclability in the Study of Religion
BySeth M. Walker

chapter 7|16 pages

Monster Theory 2.0

Remix, the Digital Humanities, and the Limits of Transgression
ByMegen de Bruin-Molé

chapter 8|15 pages

Sampling New Literacies

Remix Studies and Digital Humanities in a Cross-Disciplinary Approach
ByEduardo de Moura

chapter 9|17 pages

RS (Remix Studies) + DH (Digital Humanities)

Critical Reflections on Chance and Strategy for Empathy
ByEduardo Navas

part Part II|130 pages

Accessibility and Pedagogy

chapter 15810|16 pages

Designing the Remix Library

ByAnne Burdick

chapter 12|16 pages

In the Mix, the Collaborative Remix to Repair, Reconnect, Rebuild

ByVicki Callahan, Nicole Richter, Christina Lane, Daniel Clarkson Fisher

chapter 13|12 pages

Remixing Literature in the Classroom

From Canons to Playlists in the Study of Latinx Literature and Beyond
ByKelley Kreitz

chapter 14|14 pages

Metadata for Digital Teaching

Enabling Remix for Open Educational Resources
ByMichael Collins

chapter 15|11 pages

Hack It! DIY Divine Tools

An Art Hack Implemented as New Media Pedagogy in the Public Liberal Arts
ByVictoria Bradbury

chapter 16|12 pages

On the Capabilities of Hip Hop-Inspired Design Research

An Annotated Syllabus
ByJoycelyn Wilson

chapter 17|14 pages

Internet Memes as Remixes

Simpsons Memes and the Swarm Archive
ByScott Haden Church, Gavin Feller

chapter 18|14 pages

Poetically Remixing the Archive

Byxtine burrough

part Part III|128 pages

Modularity and Ontology

chapter 28819|13 pages

Hallucination or Classification

How Computational Literature Interacts with Text Analysis
ByEran Hadas

chapter 20|11 pages

Machine-Driven Text Remixes

ByAlessandro Ludovico

chapter 21|12 pages

Talk to Transformer

AI as Meta Remix Engine
ByMark Amerika

chapter 22|17 pages

The Critical Role of New Media in Transforming Gamers Into Remixers

ByLisa Horton, David Beard

chapter 23|12 pages

Vandalize a Webpage

Automation and Agency, Destruction and Repair
ByEthan Plaut

chapter 24|12 pages

Allegories of Streaming

Image Synthesis and/as Remix
BySteve F. Anderson

chapter 25|19 pages

Always Already Just 1

Combinatorial Inventiveness in New Media Art
ByDejan Grba

chapter 26|11 pages

Computational Creativity

Algorithms, Art, and Artistry
ByDavid J. Gunkel

chapter 27|19 pages

Remix Games as Instruments of Digital Humanities Scholarship

Harnessing the Potential of Virtual Worlds
ByOwen Gallagher

part Part IV|129 pages

Aurality and Visuality

chapter 41628|13 pages

Popular Song Remixed

Mashups, Aesthetic Transformation, and Resistance
ByChristine Boone

chapter 29|13 pages

Remixing the Object of Study

Performing Screen Studies through Videographic Scholarship
ByAidan Delaney

chapter 30|13 pages

Cinema Remixed 4.0

The Rescoring, Remixing, and Live Performance of Film Soundtracks
BySarah Atkinson

chapter 31|17 pages

The Sound of the Future

A Digital Humanities Remix Essay 1
ByPaul Watkins

chapter 32|15 pages

Hacking the Digital Humanities

Critical Practice and DIY Pedagogy
ByMarina Hassapopoulou, Donna Cameron, Cristina Cajulis, Da Ye Kim, Jasper Lauderdale, Eric Hahn, Pedro Cabello, Hojong Lee, Soyoung Elizabeth Yun, Kelsey Christensen, Kate Anderson-Song

chapter 33|12 pages

Djing Archival Interruptions

A Remix Praxis and Reflective Guide
ByMark V. Campbell

chapter 34|13 pages

Exploring Remix Process

The Case of the Spanish Megamix
ByAdrian Renzo

chapter 35|16 pages

Scratch Video

Analog Herald of Remix Culture
ByNick Cope

chapter 36|15 pages

Curating, Remixing, and Migrating Archived “Muse Files”

ByPaul Dougherty