http://www.hastac.org/files/imagecache/homepage_50/pictures/picture-2196-747bc05a8e152abadf7b6988ac139d22.jpgBy Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. Digital humanities and the study of intermediality in comparative cultural studies is about how intermediality influences the negotiation of culture(s)—in theory and application—and how, cultural practices shape the use of (new) media and their social significance. The notion of intermediality—a concept of old, but with renewed perspectives and practices in digital humanities—raises a number of issues including social and cultural practices, pedagogy, aspects of globalization, the cultural industries, the publishing of scholarship online, etc. Read more...