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“Reflections and Fragments”: The Digital Archive in the Humanities

With the advent of digital media, the much-theorised archive is in the process of being rethought – and the way we understand artefacts, and the methods we use, are changing as a result. The #UEADH seminars aim to address the following questions – how does digitisation redefine the artefacts and methods that the humanities rely upon? How are cultural heritage organisations adapting in order to meet the demands of their increasingly digital collections? How does a shift towards born-digital works change the nature of the archive? And what are the implications of computational methods to our own work?

Autumn Schedule

15 November 2016

13:00 – 14:30 Introductory Workshop (MUS 0.20): “This Whole Dump is Full of Twinkling Stars:” The Affordances of the Digital Archive. Workshop leader: Dr. Paul Gooding
14:30 – 15:30 #UEADH Reading Group (MUS 0.18) Reading tbc

29 November 2016

13:00 – 14:30 Seminar - Dr. Keith Johnston (Arts 01.06). Keith will be introducing the work that he has done as former Director of the East Anglian Film Archive over recent years, including the Archive’s digitisation programme.
14:30 – 15:30 #UEADH Reading Group (MUS 0.18) Reading TBC

13 December 2016

13:00 – 14:30 Seminar – Justine Mann (SCVA 01.10) “Salvage or Sabotage? The digital curation of a contemporary writer’s born digital literary archive.”
14:30 – 15:30 #UEADH Reading Group (MUS 0.18) Reading TBC
For further information, please contact Dr Paul Gooding (AMA): 

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