The Worlds of Wikimedia™: communicating and collaborating across languages and cultures
12-14 June 2019, University of Sydney
Dr Martin Dittus is a digital geographer and data scientist at the Oxford Internet Institute, with a focus on mass-participation platforms and social computing, including the information geography of Wikipedia.
Professor Jakelin Troy is Director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research at University of Sydney. She works with Indigenous research methodologies and community-engaged research practises.
Carwil Bjork-James, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Vanderbilt University, is a long-term Wikipedian who researches grassroots autonomy, disruptive protest, and indigenous collective rights.
Plus: Ingrid Cumming, a Nyungar woman and key researcher on Noongarpedia, a project to create Australia's first Indigenous language Wikipedia; Liam Wyatt, Founder of "GLAM-Wiki" - the intersection of the cultural sector and the Wikimedia movement - and the world's first "Wikipedian in Residence".
The Opening Event: Martin Dittus, Jaky Troy and Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Dean Annamarie Jagose
Jaky Troy, Ingrid Cumming and Bunty Avieson
Carrol Quadrio discusses digital technology for literacy
New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia,
Volume 27, Issue 3 (2021)
Special issue on the worlds of Wikipedia Bunty Avieson and Frances Di Lauro
New maps for an inclusive Wikipedia: decolonial scholarship and strategies to counter systemic bias Carwil Bjork-James
Wikipedia and open recognition: writing the future of work Robert E. Cummings
Encouraging indigenous knowledge production for Wikipedia Ivonne Kristiani
Gratis and Libre: Wikipedia's role in free and open history production and dissemination Liam Wyatt