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Publicado Terça, 18 de Abril de 2017 por Céline Guilleux

Resumo

The aim of this DARIAH theme event is to help empower representatives from locally based organisations to explore and share their local history and culture by raising their awareness of both digital tools and public history methods.

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Presentation

This practical workshop is being organised in response to a growing demand from members of the public and representatives from local community groups for information and assistance on how best to explore and document their cultural heritage using approaches from both public history and digital humanities.

This Public Humanities workshop is taking place on the 23rd and 24th of May in the Trinity Long Room Hub, the Arts and Humanities research institute in Trinity College Dublin. This event is funded by DARIAH (the Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities) as part of its 2016 Public Humanities Call and is being jointly organised by the Trinity Long Room Hub, the Ghent Centre of Digital Humanities at the University of Ghent, Belgium, the Institute of Literary Research at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland and the Glasnevin Trust based in Dublin.

Application

Attendance is free. Attendees are asked to register for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.ie/myevent?eid=33429981976

Programme

Tuesday 23rd of May,

Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin

  • 13:00-14:00 Registration and Lunch
  • 14:40 Case Study 1 ‘Sharing Authority’: Ms Klaudia Grabowska, Creative Commons Poland  and founding member of the Open Monuments project 
  • 15.20 Coffee Break
  • 15:50  Session 2 ‘What to think about when digitising’: Mr. Tim Keefe, Head of Digital Resources and Imaging Services department (DRIS), Trinity College Dublin
  • 16.30  Case Study 2 -To be confirmed 
  • 17:10 Wrap Up and Conclusion 
  • 17:30 Group moves to Glasnevin Cemetery for field visit
  • 18:00-20:00 Field Visit to Glasnevin Cemetery

Wednesday 24th of May,

Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin

  • 09:30 Session 3 ‘How to make your cultural heritage content available on-line?’:Mr. Marcin Werla, Head of Digital Libraries and Knowledge Platforms Department, Poznań Supercomputing and Networking Center 
  • 10:10  Session 4‘Practical Considerations when embarking on Public History projects’: Ms Gemma Reid, Quarto Collective 

10:50 Coffee Break

11:20  Let’s hear it from the projects: This session will enable the audience to get a flavour of the huge diversity of projects that are currently being undertaken across Europe. The audience will hear from 5 public history projects some based in Ireland and others based in Poland and Belgium. Each project representative will have 10 minutes to deliver a ‘lightening style’ presentation introducing their project

11:50  Clinic Style Sessions:

Attendees will be given the opportunity to break out into smaller groups in order to discuss informally particular challenges or opportunities they have encountered during their own work with other attendees and speakers and allow for learnings and best practice to be shared more widely among participants. Each clinic will be led by a moderator and will be structured around a number of topics. Possible topics include:

  • Making analogue material digital
  • Project planning and prioritisation
  • User testing: finding out what works on line
  • Quality checking crowd sourced history
  • How to find your audience and how to increase it
  • Working with academic researchers in public digital projects

12:50 Wrap Up and Conclusion

13:00 Lunch

Programme Committee

  • Dr. Jennifer Edmond, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, Trinity College Dublin
  • Dr. Ciaran O’Neill, School of Histories and Humanities, Trinity College Dublin
  • Dr. Georgina Larragy, School of Histories and Humanities, Trinity College Dublin
  • Dr. Mark Sweetman, School of English, Trinity College Dublin
  • Ms Maureen Burgess, Research Programmes Officer, Trinity College Dublin
  • Dr. Maciej Maryl, Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Dr. Piotr Wciślik, Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Dr. Christophe Verbruggen, Director, Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities
  • Sally Chambers, Digital Humanities Research Coordinator, Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities

Locais

  • Trinity Long Room Hub, Arts and Humanities research institute in Trinity College Dublin - College Green, Dublin 2
    Dublin, Irlanda

Datas

  • Terça, 23 de Maio de 2017
  • Quarta, 24 de Maio de 2017

Palavras-chave

  • DARIAH, public humanities, DARIAH Theme, digital tool, public history, cultural heritage

Contactos

  • Maureen Burgess
    courriel : burgessm [at] tcd [dot] ie

Fonte da informação

  • Maureen Burgess
    courriel : burgessm [at] tcd [dot] ie

Para citar este anúncio

« Public humanities workshop », Informações diversas, Calenda, Publicado Terça, 18 de Abril de 2017, http://calenda.org/402650