[Crm-sig] Issue:530 Bias in the CRM

Erin Canning erin.canning at mail.utoronto.ca
Mon Mar 8 21:01:26 EET 2021

I would also like to be involved in this discussion, please! I too have a reading list on the subject that I would be happy to share; I have been meaning to pull everything into a Zotero library and this is a good excuse to do so. For a single article to start things off, I would recommend Miriam Posner's "What's Next: The Radical, Unrealized Potential of the Digital Humanities"<https://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/read/untitled/section/a22aca14-0eb0-4cc6-a622-6fee9428a357> as an interesting read.


Erin Canning
canninge at uoguelph.ca<mailto:canninge at uoguelph.ca>
Ontology Systems Analyst, LINCS

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Fantastic! Thank you for sharing and you are first in the list.

For the rest in list and if you did not attend today's sessions,
following discussion for issue 530, a working group is being formed to
discuss bias in the CRM. Please let me know if you wish to contribute to
the discussion.

All the best,


On 08/03/2021 17:17, Anaïs Guillem wrote:
> Dear Thanasis, all,
> Some digital humanists work and publish on this question of bias in
> digital humanities: here is an example of very a propos publication:
> https://journals.dartmouth.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Journals.woa/xmlpage/4/article/425
> <https://journals.dartmouth.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Journals.woa/xmlpage/4/article/425>
> I gathered myself bibliography about decolonizing knowledge and
> methodology especially in digital project. I could join the discussion
> of your working group if you want.
> Cheers,
> Anais
> Le mer. 3 mars 2021 à 14:58, Athanasios Velios <thanasis at softicon.co.uk
> <mailto:thanasis at softicon.co.uk>> a écrit :
>     Dear all,
>     In version 7.1 a short but important sentence has been added at the end
>     of the scope section:
>     "Discussions on the types of bias present in the CIDOC CRM are in
>     progress within the CIDOC CRM community."
>     Issue 530 is used to track the discussions here:
>     http://cidoc-crm.org/Issue/ID-530-bias-in-data-structure
>     <http://cidoc-crm.org/Issue/ID-530-bias-in-data-structure>
>     It is important to engage in this discussion so that we first understand
>     the issues around bias and privileged positions and then how these may
>     or may not impact the development of the model.
>     We will then be more confident in making a more complete statement is
>     future versions. Issue 530 is scheduled to be discussed at the community
>     session of the forthcoming meeting.
>     Looking forward to it.
>     All the best,
>     Thanasis
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