Call for papers: Re-bordering the archive – European audiovisual archives and transnational entanglements

Abstracts deadline:
15 May, 2022

Name of organization:
VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture

Contact email:
journal@euscreen.eu (submissions), a.w.badenoch@vu.nl (questions)

 

CFP: "Port of Call: The Indian Ocean's Early Modern Landscapes and Heritage," SAH 2023, Montreal - due June 7

The coordinators of the "PORTofCALL" research project have been selected to chair a session at the 2023 Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, taking place in Montreal.

Session title: "Port of Call: The Indian Ocean's Early Modern Landscapes and Heritage"

Hidden Cities apps – call for proposals for new cities and trails

Hidden Cities apps do history in the streets. Using audio, images and geolocated period maps, they are locative media tools for innovative place-based research and teaching. At the same time they create public history experiences that go beyond typical heritage sites and priorities.

Webinar – Modern Men and Amateurs of Antiquities: Collecting Practice in 19th-century Ottoman Tunisia – March 30

Submitted by Lola Owoseni:

New York University, Silsila: Center for Material Histories

 

MODERN MEN AND AMATEURS OF ANTIQUITIES: COLLECTING PRACTICE IN 19th-CENTURY OTTOMAN TUNISIA

How Tech Experts in the West Are Rushing to Save the Digital Archives of Ukraine’s Museums

"The new initiative Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online (SUCHO) has been working around the clock to back-up and preserve data and technology, all of which are threatened by the war."

Source: Sarh Cascone, ArtNet News, March 14, 2022, https://news.artnet.com/art-world/saving-ukrainian-cultural-heritage-online-2084036

Urban Heritage on the Right Bank. Heritage in Warsaw as Seen from the Praga District (SIEF Summer School 2022)

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After three succesful summer schools in Tübingen (2016), Aberdeen (2018) and Siena (2020), the 4th SIEF Summer School will take place in Warsaw, 26 June - 3 July 2022. The theme is: 'Urban Heritage on the Right Bank. Heritage in Warsaw as Seen from the Praga District'.

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