This article builds on a panel on Humanities-Enriched Information Systems presented at the 2010 European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), held in Pretoria, South Africa, June 6–9, 2010. The aim of the panel discussion was to stimulate a meta-theoretical discussion about the relationship between the Humanities and Information Systems in a way opposite to the usual. A lot of research has been conducted on the application of computing in the Humanities, but this panel explored the reverse process of enrichment that takes place. The purpose was to give recognition to work that has already been done in this regard by means of identifying a substantial sub-discipline, but also to inspire more and deliberate research that explores ways to enhance Information Systems by interweaving insights and methods from the Humanities. Such an endeavor may enhance ICT to empower the communities using these technologies.
Kroeze, J. H., Lotriet, H. H., Mavetera, N., Pfaff, M. S., J.v.R. Postma, D., Sewchurran, K., & Topi, H. (2011). ECIS 2010 Panel Report: Humanities-Enriched Information Systems. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 28, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.02824
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