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Digital Heritage Seminar: Piraye Hacigüzeller

Online event

26 April 2021
13:30 - 15:00

Schedule

  • Monday 26 April – 13:30
  • Tuesday 25 May – 15:00
  • Wednesday 15 June – 15:00

Event type

Online event

Price

Free

Tags

Digital Humanities Research 2020-2021

 

Part II. DH Scholars in BE

KBR invites you to attend a new scholarly series on digital cultural heritage, the KBR-ULB-UGent Digital Heritage Seminar.

In the second part of this series from May to June in 2021 we will virtually host three academic scholars in presenting their work on cultural heritage materials, digital methods and digital humanities. Dealing with a variety of topics, periods and methods, these talks will be held in English, with questions in French, Dutch or English. The target audience is scholars, but the general public is warmly welcome. 

This series is co-organised by KBR’s two labs: Camille (Center for Archives on the Media and Information) and the Digital Research Lab, in cooperation with Université libre de Bruxelles and Ghent University.

 

Programme

  • Monday 26 April (13:30 – 15:00): Participatory Mapping for Heritage: Theories, Methods and Tools | Piraye Hacigüzeller, Assistant Professor of Digital Heritage, University of Antwerp.

The proliferation of (open) digital geospatial data sets since the 1990s and the simultaneous maturation of tools to display, manage and analyze such data have led to a certain “democratization” of cartographic practices in many disciplines within the social sciences and humanities. This trend was further reinforced by the “maps and power critique”, especially prominent in the 1990s and 2000s in human geography, where the history of Western mapping was critically approached as an instrumental practice in promoting the agendas of powerful individuals, institutions and states.

Further supported by a multidisciplinary “participatory turn” over the past decade, the so-called democratization of cartography has sparked an explosion of interest in participatory mapping in many social sciences and humanities disciplines as well as related interdisciplinary fields such as heritage studies. In this lecture I will provide an overview of theories, methods and tools relevant to participatory mapping projects within heritage studies.

 

Duration: 1,5 hours

Register here

 

 

Registration is free but mandatory. The morning of the event you will be sent the link to the virtual series and the etiquette to follow.

Should have any further questions please email whyvr.ovexubym@xoe.or or nagbvar.wnpdhrg@xoe.or.