Corina MacDonald

PhD Candidateat Concordia University
Montreal,
Canada
Focus area: Archiving, Conservation, Design, Digital Culture, Music, Musicology

Corina MacDonald is a PhD Candidate in Communication Studies at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. Her doctoral research project focuses on the institutional repository as a site of inquiry for understanding processes of datafication and their impacts on humanities scholarly communication. Her research draws from theoretical perspectives in critical data studies, infrastructure studies, academic labour, and digital humanities. She is a founding member of the archive+design collective MAT3RIAL, which works with cultural organizations, researchers and artists to develop web-based resources and publications. She produces and performs electronic music as CMD.

Journal Articles:
General Articles

Scoring the Work: Documenting Practice and Performance in Variable Media Art

February 2009