Digital Matters Blog


Please visit our blog page for posts about on-going Digital Matters activities, projects, and creative output.

May 5, 2021

Danielle Waters, Spring 2021 Exhibition & Performance DM Graduate Student Grantee

Social change and the field of digital scholarship is another area worth investigating. I have found meaningful research at the intersection of technology, art, activism, politics, […]
May 4, 2021

Jaclyn Wright, Spring 2021 Exhibition & Performance DM Faculty Grant

The new video piece (title TBD) references various sites in the west desert to critique contradictions regarding individual rights, access, land use, and their relationship to […]
April 28, 2021

John Flynn, Digital Matters/American West Center Graduate Fellow, Fall 2020 – Spring 2021

Native Places restores indigenous placenames to their original geographic features, resource sites, and populated places through historical research, tribal consultation, and digital mapping.  –John Flynn, Digital […]
April 19, 2021

Daniel Uncapher, Spring 2021 DM Graduate Fellow

My project, “Open Wounds,” is designed as two parts: first, a mapping of the visible geological damage of capitalism in Utah using ArcGIS; and second, writing […]
April 19, 2021

Ashley Cordes, Spring 2021 DM Faculty Grant

In my field of communication and media studies, important issues that are worth researching and supporting include those about how marginalized groups bend, improve, or challenge […]
April 14, 2021

Sarah Sinwell, Spring 2021 DM Faculty Grant

As I have been learning, the ethics of studying digital culture are also constantly shifting. Though it is hard to stay up to date with these […]