Workshops are taking place on Friday 19, Friday 26 and Wednesday 31 March.
With six sessions across three days, these Workshops will explore Digital Heritage in the context of global, and local, inequalities and the (other) legacies of imperial pasts. We will be exploring the relationship between dominant and marginal curations, and how the opportunities offered by digital environments have the potential to both challenge and reinforce those hierarchies, globally, nationally, and locally.
DHeritage Workshops programme (pdf): click here
(Details of all sessions are also provided below in text format)
All sessions will be held online using Microsoft Teams. For further details, and to sign-up to attend any (or all!) of the Workshops please click here.
Please note: Times shown below are for the UK (with links to a timezone converter provided). Please be aware that the UK switches from GMT to BST on 28 March, so the time difference may have changed for you during our sessions on Wednesday 31 March.
1000-1230 Friday 19 March (timezone converter)
Kavitha. K and Nirmala Menon, “Transgender and Representation: An Understanding of Misunderstanding in Digital Culture” [Indian Institute of Technology Indore]
Subhanjali Saraswati (she/her;they/them) and Harsha Lal (she/her), “Cultivating Queer Consciousness in-camera” [University of Hyderabad]
Bethany Frost, “Queer Britain’s ‘Museum From Home’: LGBTQ+ Heritage on Social Media” [Lancaster University]
1400-1600 Friday 19 March (timezone converter)
Julia Gillen, “Edwardian Postcards Revealing Twentieth Century English Working Class Cultures” [Lancaster University]
Khushi Gupta, Muskaan Pal, Ananya Pujary, “Indian Community Cookbooks: Archiving Food Histories” [FLAME University, Pune]
Julia Eibinger, Christian Steiner and Helmut W. Klug, “Semantic Annotation of Cooking Recipes as Intangible Heritage” [Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, University of Graz]
1000-1230 Friday 26 March (timezone converter)
Viola Lorella, “DeXTER: Digital Humanities to Challenge Archival Silences” [Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, University of Luxembourg]
Javier Pereda, “Design Thinking for Online Cultural Heritage Engagement” [Liverpool John Moores University]
Hannah James Louwerse, “Oral History’s Design: Sustaining Visitor (Re)Use of Oral Histories on Heritage Sites” [Newcastle University]
1400-1600 Friday 26 March (timezone converter)
Awais Hussain, “Reviving Mirpur’s Heritage” [The Himalayan Institute of Cultural & Heritage Studies]
Ankhi Mukherjee and Shubham Goswami, “In Design and Dissemination: Posters of Students’ Resistance in India” [Amity University & Jawarharlal Nehru University]
Proiti Seal Acharya, “Media Art South Asia: Creating a Decolonial Media Art Archive” [Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree in Media Arts Cultures]
Katy Roscoe, “Diversifying or Decolonising? Digital Crime Archives Through an Imperial Lens” [University of Liverpool]
1000-1230 Wednesday 31 March (timezone converter)
Souvik Mukherjee, “Archiving Colonial Cemeteries with Postcolonial DH Methodologies” [Centre for Studies in Social Sciences, Calcutta]
Shanmugapriya T, “Advantages & Challenges in Developing Web Application for Indian Historical Texts” [Lancaster University]
Nikita Sharma, “Breaking the Barriers: A Case of the Panjab Digital Library” [Panjab Digital Library]
1400-1600 Wednesday 31 March (timezone converter)
Akash Bharadwaj, “Heritage Urbanity: Thinking through Bihar” [Shiv Nadar University]
Valentina Vavassori, “Is it just Digital? AR, Museum Narratives and Street Art” [King’s College London]
Carol Ludwig and Serafeim Alvanides, “Spatial Digital Humanities: An Alternative Appraisal of Postwar City Transformation” [GESIS, Köln]
Ketaki Savnal, “#lovemumbai: ‘Selfie Points’ and the Disciplining of Everyday Neighbourhood Photography” [University of East Anglia]