Archives and Archival Research in the Digital Environment
Topics of this convention circle around digital platforms and digital research of archival sources, challenges of archives in the digital societies, international cooperation networks and initiatives creating new ways to use digital sources and bring history closer to the public.
Organizers and hosts: Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade and Historical Archives of Belgrade
We reserved a limited contingent of rooms at the three hotels mentioned below. All of them are located in the city centre and just a stone´s throw from the convention´s venue. Please make sure to use the code “ICARUS Convention” upon booking to be eligible for the special rates as indicated.
- Belgrade Art Hotel **** 85€ per night
- Hotel Majestic **** 65€ per night
- Hotel Le Petit Piaf *** 60€ per night
International conference on “Archival Studies, Source Studies – Trends and Challenges”
The National Archives of Georgia welcome the submission of proposals for the Fourth International Conference “Archival Studies, Source Studies – Trends and Challenges”.
The goal of the conference: to collect the scientific innovations, to bring together the Georgian and foreign scientists for further broadening of communication, to promote the interdisciplinary and intercultural researches, to seek for the adaptation ways of the modern requests of the Cultural Heritage Management, to share the novelties of the digital humanitarian sphere.
More detailed information can be found here.
Deadline for submitting abstracts is June 28, 2019.
Hear speakers from Europe’s leading science, technology and cultural institutions discuss the potential of cultural heritage data for education, creative and media industries, entertainment, urban planning, policymaking and more.
Meet and connect with companies and academics from throughout Europe who are actively working to realise the vast potential of our cultural heritage across fields and industries.
Further details and continuos updates on the conference´s programme can be found on the corresponding website.
The opening of the Stasi Records was a unique act following the Peaceful Revolution of 1989 turning the archive into a role model for many post-dictatorial societies. With the enactment of the Stasi Records Act on January 2, 1992, citizens for the first time were able to view their files in order to clarify the influence the Stasi had on their fate. The former Stasi headquarters meanwhile was turned into an educational site addressing issues of dictatorship and resistance, as well as a learning space for democracy. This unique location will be host to the fifth edition of the “Open Archives” conference in Berlin on 4th and 5th of November 2019, on the 30th anniversary of the Peaceful Revolution.
Keynotes and lectures
Part of the programme are thought-provoking keynotes and short lectures and a panel discussion on archives, digital and cultural policy on November, 4th :
- Roland Jahn (Federal Commissioner for the Stasi Records)
- Gerald Maier (President of the State Archives of Baden-Wuerttemberg)
- Helene Hahn (Wikimedia Germany)
- Erhard Grundl (MdB, spokesman for cultural policy of the Alliance90 / The Green party’s parliamentary group)
- Martin Rabanus (MdB, spokesman for culture and media, SPD parliamentary group)
But the programme has more to offer! A BarCamp allows participants on both days of the conference the opportunity for low-threshold, but also intense discussion. Topics can be contributed spontaneously. Established ways of thinking in the traditional world of archiving can be challenged!
For further information and regular updates, please visit the event website.
Conference language: German
More information will follow in due time.