Aims & Scope
The Proceedings from the Document Academy publishes 1–2 issues a year as a record of the activities of the Document Academy, including Board-reviewed conference proceedings and peer-reviewed special issues.
The Document Academy is an international network of scholars, artists, and professionals in various fields, who are interested in the exploration of the concept of the document as a resource for scholarly, artistic, and professional work.
The Document Academy fosters a multidisciplinary space for experimental and critical research on the document in the widest sense, drawing on scholarship, traditions, and experiences from the arts, humanities, social sciences, education, and natural science, and from diverse fields, such as information, media, museum, archives, culture and science studies.
The Document Academy originated as a co-sponsored effort by the Program of Documentation Studies, University of Tromsø, Norway, and the School of Information, University of California, Berkeley.
The Proceedings language is English.