Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities. DPASSH will return June 2022 with the theme Digital Preservation of Religious Collections. For more information, watch this space, and follow @DPASSHConf on Twitter!
DRI are delighted to announce their biennial DPASSH (Digital Preservation for the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences) conference will take place this year in collaboration with Queen’s University, Belfast. This year’s theme is ‘Practical Approaches to Open Research in Arts Humanities & Social Sciences’ and will include sessions from a host of research data experts. Continue reading →
A selection of videos from the 2nd Digital Preservation for the Arts Humanities and Social Sciences (DPASSH) conference are now available to view on the DRI Vimeo site and embedded below. DPASSH 2017 was organised by Sussex Humanities Lab and Digital Repository of Ireland and took place during 14-15 June 2017 in the University of Sussex, Brighton. Continue reading →
The Sussex Humanities Lab (SHL) and the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) hosted the second ‘Digital Preservation for Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities’ conference (DPASSH 2017) at the University of Sussex, Brighton, 14-15 June 2017. The theme was Preserving Abundance: The Challenge of Saving Everything. Representatives from the spheres of digital preservation, digital humanities, software Continue reading →
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. Long Papers: ‘Digital Assemblages at the Crossroads of Art, Technology and the Human’, Neill O’Dwyer (Trinity College Dublin) ‘Musical Organics: Continue reading →
It is with great pleasure that we can announce Lizzy Jongma as the keynote speaker for DPASSH 2017. Lizzy has a wealth of experience working with cultural heritage data and will no doubt provide a unique and insightful perspective on the challenges and opportunities of long-term digital preservation. Lizzy studied History at the University of Nijmegen Continue reading →
We are happy to announce that we are now opening an additional call for submissions for DPASSH 2017 for short papers and expert panels. The deadline for both submissions is Sunday 15th January 2017 (midnight GMT). Accepted short papers will present for 10-12 minutes on topics relevant to the conference call and theme. It is envisaged Continue reading →
**Update: Applications have been received and the scholarship winners will be announced on or before 13th April 2017** **CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: 31 March 2017** The Digital Repository of Ireland, in collaboration with the Digital Arts and Humanities (DAH) PhD Programme, is offering scholarships to attend the Digital Preservation for the Arts, Social Science, and Continue reading →