It has been a hectic few weeks at DPASSH HQ but after much deliberation and discussion, we are happy to announce some of the papers and presentations you will hear and see at DPASSH 2017.
- ‘Digital Assemblages at the Crossroads of Art, Technology and the Human’, Neill O’Dwyer (Trinity College Dublin)
- ‘Musical Organics: A Heterarchical Approach to Digital Organology’, Thor Magnusson (University of Sussex)
- ‘Synesthetic Visualization: Balancing Sensate Experience and Sense Making in Digitized Print Collections’, Stefania Forlini (University of Calgary) and Uta Hinrichs (University of St Andrews)
- ‘A Data Model for Long-term Archiving of Researches and Publications’, Mouhamed Wael Al Sidawi (University of Freiburg)
- ‘Preserving and Managing Digital Arts and Humanities Data in the Open Science Cloud’ Eva Cetinic (Rudjer Boskovic Institute)
- ‘Preserving Social Media: applying principles of digital preservation to social media archiving’ Sara Day Thomson (Digital Preservation Coalition)
- ‘Preserving 30 years of Digital Humanities Work: The Experience of King’s Digital Lab’ James Smithies (King’s College London), Carina Westling (King’s College London) and Anna-Maria Sichani (Huygens ING)
- ‘An Online Platform to Preserve at-Risk Intangible Culture in Small Island States – an Explorative Case Study’ Ingmar Nils Sturm (Island Ark Project), Dennis Redeker (Island Ark Project) and David Eichert (NYU)
- ‘Digital Preservation in Contemporary UK Visual Art’, Laura Molloy (University of Oxford)
- ‘Artivity: a tool to collect contextual research data for art practice’, Athanasios Velios
- ‘Preserving Our Digital Heritage- The National Library of Ireland’s Web Archive’, Maria Ryan
- ‘IIIF for DRI: It wasn’t just for the zoom (honest!)’, Stuart Kenny (DRI, TCD) and Kathryn Cassidy (DRI, TCD)
- ‘More than a library’: Exploring the public value of Europeana’, Natalia Grincheva (University of Melbourne), Timothy Duguid (University of Glasgow), Caroline Ardrey (University of Birmingham) and Nanna Bonde Thylstrup (University of Copenhagen)
And much more to be announced soon.
Thank you to all our reviewers who did a stellar job reviewing the submissions – you will all be named shortly.