Events

Sep
20
Thu
Archival Studies, Source Studies – Trends and Challenges @ National Archives of Georgia
Sep 20 – Sep 22 all-day

On behalf of our colleagues from the National Archives of Georgia in Tbilisi (GE) we would like to invite you to participate in 3rd international conference “Archival Studies, Source Studies – Trends and Challenges”.

Furthermore, proposals relating to the below mentioned topics may be submitted. Deadline for submitting proposals is 30 June 2018 (max. 500 words).

Conference themes

The conference is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the independence of Georgia, including the traditional blocks. Thematic emphasis will be put on 1918-21 Georgia and South Caucasus, the period preceding the declaration of independence of Georgia and the proclamation of the First Democratic Republic.

The goal of the conference is to present most recent scientific innovations, bring together the Georgian and foreign scientists to broaden communication networks, to promote the interdisciplinary and intercultural researches, to seek for adaptation ways of the modern requests of the Cultural Heritage Management and to share the novelties of the digital humanitarian sphere.

Scientific directions of the conference:
  • Georgia and the South Caucasus in 1918-1921 (period preceding the declaration of independence of the South Caucasus countries, the Transcaucasian Seimas, the first republics of Transcaucasia, Georgian government in emigration)
  • Archival studies
  • Source studies
  • Study of antiquities
  • History/art history/ Ethnography
  • Philology (textual criticism/study)
  • Political Science and law
  • Restoration/Conservation
  • Digital archives and databases
  • Cultural Heritage management
  • Intercultural communications

The conference package foresees small educational programs (informative lectures, electronic archives and others), which will be held within the framework of the plenary sessions.

Persons with academic degree, as well as with Master’s degree and Doctor’s degree are allowed to participate in the conference.

For more information please click here

Kulturhackathon 2O18 @ St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences
Sep 20 @ 16:00 – Sep 22 @ 17:00

Open-Up and Create!

Der zweite Kulturhackathon für Österreich folgt dem Prinzip „Öffnet eure Daten und seid kreativ damit!“ Wir widmen uns vom 20. bis zum 22. September 2018 einem spannenden, sensiblen, interessanten und explosiven kulturellen Erbe.

Wir bekommen Zugang zu Material, welches oft verborgen liegt, jedoch in die Öffentlichkeit dringen möchte, um wahrgenommen und gesehen zu werden! Dem entspricht auch das heurige Motto „Bunkers, Bombs and Big Data“. Wir werden sehen, wie explosiv und wertvoll Daten sein können, wenn wir sie aktivieren!

Der Kulturhackathon möchte kulturelles Erbe zugänglich machen. Es soll den Menschen nahe gebracht werden und ihre Lebensqualität erhöhen. Gesucht werden Start-ups, die Innovatives erzeugen, um der Bevölkerung den Wert kulturellen Erbes und seine Verwertung näher zu bringen. Institutionen vernetzen sich und interdisziplinäre Kooperationen entstehen.

Für weiter Informationen zum Programm und Anmeldung, klicken Sie bitte auf unten stehenden Link:

Kulturhackathon 2018


Sep
24
Mon
ICARUS Meeting #22 @ Società delle Scienze, Lettere e Arti di Napoli
Sep 24 @ 09:00 – Sep 26 @ 17:30

The ICARUS Meeting #22, hosted by the University of Naples Federico II (IT), will incorporate the second international convention of the EU-funded project “co:op (community as opportunity – the creative archives’ and users’ network)”. The motto of the entire event:

“Cooperation as Opportunity. Historical Documents, Research and Society in the Digital Era”.

 

The convention’s thematic priority

Thematic priority of the convention will be to discuss how societal changes of the Digital Era affect archive structures, research methods and the handling of historical documents and vice versa.
Not only do archives and historical documents of the Digital Era call for new (digital) research methods by scholars and teachers (hitherto traditional users of this cultural asset). What’s even more remarkable, today, archives are faced with completely new types of users (that have no specific scholarly background).

By tailoring the technological advancement of the Digital Era to the diversified needs of this new, heterogeneous audience, participatory user communities can be explored, served, activated and expanded.
How to reflect on these aspects? Through discussion, exchange, the sharing of experiences and the development of possible solutions and strategies!

The convention’s structure

The convention will act as a sharing place where professionals and user communities will have the possibility to present, discuss and share their ideas, visions and concrete projects, with the aim to prepare new partnerships, as well as the planning and implementation of common new projects.
During the three days of the convention there will be five sessions and equally as many round tables, which will become a unique opportunity for public discussions, actively engaging and encouraging the the participation of the audience.

The keynote “Big Data of the Past” by Frédéric Kaplan (DHLAB) will set the visionary tone of the convention and kick-off the first debate and round table “Big Data of the Past: Vision or Near Future?”

On a not to be overlooked side note: The convention will also celebrate the 10th anniversary of ICARUS – the network that has since its beginning spearheaded the digital advancement of the archive community.

 

8th co:op partner meeting

This event furthermore marks the final meeting of all partners of the co:op project. Within the administrative co:op meeting, concluding preparations for successfully finalizing the projects will be made.


Programme Registration


Click on the image below to enjoy a video introducing the many facettes of Naples:

Oct
5
Fri
Workshop “Decipher, Research, Participate: The Monastery of St. Emmeram in Regensburg and its Digital Tradition” @ Generaldirektion der Staatlichen Archive Bayerns
Oct 5 @ 09:30 – 16:00

Within the frameworks of the EU-funded project “community as opportunity” (co:op) the complete stock of documents of the Monastery of St. Emmeram in Regensburg (DE) at the Archives of the Bavarian State in Munich (DE) has been digitised: ca. 4500 charters from the year 194 to about 1800 will soon be available online.  By taking the example of this corpus of source material, the workshop intends to bring together research questions and technical exploitation models.

Original title of the workshop:

“Entziffern, Forschen, Mitmachen: Das Kloster St. Emmeram in Regensburg und seine digitale Überlieferung”

 

The workshop will be held in German.


Please find further information on the programme (in German) via the link below. Registrations can be made via the form also provided via the link below:

Programme and Registration


The Bavarian State Archives
© Luiza Puiu

Nov
19
Mon
Film festival @ Hrvatski državni arhiv
Nov 19 @ 12:59 – Nov 20 @ 13:59

The film festival organized within the EU-funded project “co:op – community as opportunity” is the concluding activity of the project. Further details will follow in due time.

Hrvatski državni arhiv