New Old Things: Fabrication, Physical Computing, and Experiment in Historical Practice

Authors

  • Devon Elliott UWO History
  • Robert MacDougall UWO History
  • William J. Turkel UWO History

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.22230/cjc.2012v37n1a2506

Keywords:

Fabrication, Physical computing, Experimental method

Abstract

ABSTRACT Matter is a new medium for historical research, providing the opportunity to explore physical and experiential questions while working with digitized and materialized forms.

RÉSUMÉ La matière est un nouveau sujet pour la recherche historique, donnant l’occasion aux chercheurs d’explorer des questions physiques et expérientielles tout en leur permettant de travailler avec des formes numérisées et matérialisées.

Author Biographies

Devon Elliott, UWO History

PhD student in Department of History at the University of Western Ontario

Robert MacDougall, UWO History

Assistant Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario

William J. Turkel, UWO History

Associate Professor of History at the University of Western Ontario

Published

2012-04-13