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On human remains and immersive experiences: A few remarks and concerns

Dr. Agiatis BenardouDigital Curation Unit, ATHENA Research Center and Department of Informatics, Athens University of Economics and Business Despite reservations expressed sporadically about the applications of digital methods and immersive technologies (3D modeling, artificial intelligence, augmented and mixed reality) in enhancing, complementing and augmenting human remains for educational or similar purposes in the context of […]

Video: Enriching metadata – Enriching Research (June 2020)

Recordings from Enriching metadata – Enriching Research are now available online! The webinar series was organized by The Swedish National Heritage Board in collaboration with DH Uppsala and with support from the Europeana Research Grants Programme. The event, which was held in June 2020, was aimed at researchers, students and professionals working with museum and […]

Video: What can AI do for the Humanities and Social Sciences? Methods, Ethics, and Epistemologies Across Disciplines (Virtual Seminar, Sep 9, 2020)

Event recorded on Zoom on the 9th of September 2020. Invited speakers: Jan von Bonsdorff at the Department of Art History David Sumpter at the Department of Information Technology Anna-Sara Lind at the Department of Law (not in the video) Fredrik Wahlberg at the Department of Linguistics and Philology Artificial Intelligence has been trending in […]

Video: Death in a Digital World (Virtual seminar, Sep 4, 2020)

Virtual Seminar recorded on Zoom, 4th September 2020. Also check out the blog post by Yannick! Death in a Digital World: the (re)construction of a Bronze Age tomb from Ayios Vasileios, Greece, using Virtual Reality Speaker: Yannick de Raaff (presenter); project with Sofia Voutsaki, Theo Verlaan, Gary Nobles, with help from the Reality Centre at […]

Death in a Digital World: the (re)construction of a Bronze Age tomb from Ayios Vasileios, Greece, using Virtual Reality

Yannick de Raaff, Groningen Institute of Archaeology, University of Groningen In this blogpost I would like to illustrate how and why we have applied digital techniques (photogrammetry and Virtual Reality) to solve a specific archaeological problem. Our study concerns the architecture of a Bronze Age (early Mycenaean; ca. 1700-1420 BCE) tomb from the North Cemetery […]

CfP – “Integrating Digital History” in Uppsala

The conference “Integrating Digital History, 3rd Digital History in Sweden Conference (DHiS2020)”, has published a Call for Papers. The deadline is on the 2nd of October 2020. Read more on the conference site!

Paradata – can you tell us what it is? Latest news from ERC CAPTURE

By: Lisa Börjesson/CAPTURE Project Although the mantra of the CAPTURE project staff is that we’re curious about everything that could possibly count as information about data production and management processes, the researchers and professionals we meet have a different interest: What is paradata? And can you tell us how it relates to metadata? Most are […]

Working across philology, landscape archaeology, and digital humanities

I started out as an Assyriologist*, specializing in the world of cuneiform, a script in broad use across much of the Middle East from c. 3,300 BC until c. 100 AD. Not too many are studying it, and relatively few of that exclusive lot were doing much with a computer. Later, for my doctorate, I […]

Student posts at the DH Master’s blog

Maureen Ikhianosen Onwugbonu and Aikaterini Charalampopoulou, students at the DH Master’s Programme, recently published reports on their internships at Museum Gustavianium. Read them here:

Digital diasporas: an overview of the research areas of migration and new media through a narrative literature review

By Dr. Kerstin B Andersson, Dept. of Linguistics and Philology, Uppsala University / Swedish Council of Higher Education I’m a media anthropologist and Indologist, currently working on the Indian diaspora and communication. During the last couple of years, I have focused my research on the distinct field of migration and the use of new media and social […]

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