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The Journal for Research Cultures publishes research utilising originary methodologies, strategies and technologies within transdisciplinary epistemic cultures. JRC specifically focuses on, but is not limited to, technology-assisted artistic research and the digital humanities. The vision of JRC is to provide a platform to consolidate unfolding knowledge communities that may currently exist at the periphery of existing research disciplines. Our mission is to stimulate the critical inquiry of technology and methodologies within these emerging research cultures. JRC, for both its audience and contributors, may include:

  • art & science
  • artistic technology research
  • cultural analytics
  • cultural computing
  • critical engineering
  • critical theory
  • digital culture
  • data art
  • device art
  • design studies
  • digital anthropology
  • digital humanities
  • experimental arts
  • game studies
  • hacker cultures
  • history of technology
  • hybrid publishing
  • interaction design
  • maker cultures
  • material studies
  • media arts
  • media studies
  • media archaeology
  • philosophy of science
  • post-industrial design
  • science and technology studies
  • social design
  • software studies
  • technology-assisted activism

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