The Digital Manifesto Archive is an online catalogue of manifestos in the area of the digital arts and humanities with the aim of preserving these works for future research and teaching.
Each manifesto relates to the “political and cultural dimensions of digital life”, or has been primarily distributed in an online format.
Over 200 manifestos make up the contents of the archive, in a diverse range of topics and formats. The archive includes famous manifestos, such as the video of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s ‘We Should All Be Feminists’ TEDx Talk and Aaron Swartz’s Guerrilla Open Access Manifesto, alongside numerous other works, on themes of cyberfeminism, digital aesthetics, art education, fonts, design and making.
The manifestos can be browsed in a list or viewed by theme.
Web address: https://www.digitalmanifesto.net