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Subject:

Digital humanities and cultural heritage: what relationship? Fourth AIUCD annual conference

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Roberto Rosselli Del Turco <[log in to unmask]>

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The Digital Classicist List <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 18 Jun 2015 16:17:52 +0200

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[Apologies for cross-posting]

[Link to announcement on the AIUCD web site: 
http://www.umanisticadigitale.it/digital-humanities-e-beni-culturali-quale-relazione-quarto-convegno-annuale-dellaiucd/]

Digital humanities and cultural heritage: what relationship?
Fourth AIUCD annual conference
17-19 December 2015
Campus Einaudi - Lungo Dora Siena 100 - 10153 Torino


The AIUCD 2015 conference is dedicated to investigate the relationship 
between the Digital Humanities and the broad field of Cultural Heritage, 
a line of research that is open since the inception of the former.
On the one hand, the Cultural Heritage domain has been using digital 
tools, processes and methodologies for quite a long time, but their use 
does not imply a recognition of their role as scientifically qualifying.
On the other hand, galleries, libraries, archives and museums preserve 
and provide access to a wealth of content that is the object of much 
research carried out as part of the Digital Humanities.
It is therefore interesting to see if Digital Humanities tools and 
methods have led and will lead to a redefinition of theoretical, 
methodological and technical processes, up to an actual 
re-conceptualization of knowledge in the Cultural Heritage field.

At least two issues indicate the existence of a connection: the 
theoretical reflection on the management of information and data that 
texts hold, which has been carried out as part of the management of 
libraries, has important consequences for the whole wide area of the 
Digital Humanities; in the context of research funding, the increasing 
demand to describe what will be the public impact of planned research 
identifies in a “relationship with society” topic a significant element 
wide spread in the Cultural Heritage area. Furthermore, if on the one 
hand the world of Cultural Heritage has started their own reflection 
that also touches the Digital Humanities, on the other hand the Digital 
Humanities are urged to communicate beyond the inner, often 
self-referential,  circle of Academia, and to do this they are inspired 
by the methods of communication and dissemination of knowledge that 
belong to the Cultural Heritage world. In conclusion, a meeting of 
Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage is already under way, it is 
necessary to act and facilitate a cooperation that results in being as 
effective as possible for both fields.

As a sign of openness and willingness to cooperate with the Cultural 
Heritage world, conference organization is entrusted to the Centro di 
Ricerca Interdipartimentale per la digitalizzazione e la realizzazione 
di Biblioteche Digitali Umanistiche - MEDIHUM Memoria Digitalis 
Humanistica (Università di Torino).


We are therefore soliciting papers in particular on – but not limited to 
- the following topics:

- Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage: integration, separation, 
independence?
- what relationship among Museums, Libraries, Archives and Digital 
Humanities?
- how do Digital Humanities fit in Museums, Archives and Galleries?
visualization, imaging, graphic representations, immersive environments 
in the Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage areas;
- which impact on society for research projects’ output in  the Digital 
Humanities and Cultural Heritage areas?
- Public History: Museums, Libraries and Archives today are privileged 
mediators between the public and its past, DH methodologies however 
require new figures, aware of the issues and opportunities offered by 
the digital world;
- which forms may the collaboration between cultural institutions and 
digital humanists take in digitization projects, text encoding, critical 
edition, digital curation?
- experiences of projects using principles and methods of the semantic 
web, and Linked Open Data research.

The contributions, to be submitted as a 500 words maximum abstract in 
PDF format, must be loaded through the EasyChair platform at the URL: 
https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=aiucd2015.
The deadline for submission of abstracts to the Programme Committee is 
scheduled for midnight of August 31st, 2015. All abstracts will be 
subject to evaluation by the AIUCD conference Programme Committee. 
Information with regard to the acceptance of abstracts will be 
communicated to the authors by 30th September 2015.

Further information on the conference, on the composition of the 
Programme Committee and on how to register will be made available on the 
conference web site at the URL: http://www.aiucd2015.unito.it/ (the web 
site may not be online yet at the moment of publishing this announcement).

R

-- 

Roberto Rosselli Del Turco      roberto.rossellidelturco at unito.it
Dipartimento di Studi           rosselli at ling.unipi.it
Umanistici                      Then spoke the thunder  DA
Universita' di Torino           Datta: what have we given?  (TSE)

  Hige sceal the heardra,     heorte the cenre,
  mod sceal the mare,       the ure maegen litlath.  (Maldon 312-3)

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