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Museum of Movements: Memory, politics, and museum activism on the move.
Museums traditionally have a specific role in the process of knowledge production and distribution within societies. Is it possible to reimagine the traditional museum form in tune with times? What role is played by contested memories and “difficult heritage” in museum contexts?
Half-time seminar: Dydimus Zengenene
Dydimus Zengenene presents his on-going thesis work at a half-time seminar. The appointed commentator of the thesis is Dr. Lisa Börjesson, Department of ALM.
Zengenene is doctoral student at the Department of ALM and a doctoral fellow in the POEM Marie Curie ITN.
Half-time seminar: Inge Zwart
Inge Zwart presents her on-going thesis work at a half-time seminar. The appointed commentator of the thesis is Dr. Anna Foka, Department of ALM.
Zwart is doctoral student at the Department of ALM and a doctoral fellow in the POEM Marie Curie ITN.
Anna Foka, DH Uppsala & ABM
Unique in all classical literature, Pausanias’s second-century CE Periegesis Hellados presents an example spatial heritage data— a narrative that describes places of interest in the Greek landscape as well as the notable objects found there.
Describing method - A study of process information in data papers (work in progress)
The seminar will present a study of how method is described, i.e. process information, in archaeological data papers. The study details types of process information, also called paradata, and types of information present in the different paradata categories. The aim of the paper is to contribute to knowledge on how paradata could increase data reusability.
Theme: Project applications
Internal seminar for discussing new project applications in process.
Ina-Maria Jansson, ABM
Ina-Maria Jansson is presenting her work with the fourth article in her compilation thesis about digital participation in cultural heritage institutions. Jansson is a doctoral candidate at the Department of ALM.
CAPTURE and URDAR
The seminar comprises project presentations and preliminary results discussions stemming from two ongoing research projects on archaeological research data at Uppsala University -- CAPTURE and URDAR.
DigMus: Empowering Museum Professionals with Digital Skills.Presentation of the preliminary results of the mapping stage
The past decade has witnessed an increasing digital shift, and there has been a growing demand for information about the digitization of, access to, and the preservation of museum collections (NEMO, 2018). Drawing on this perspective, museums have amassed substantial online materials, hence the potential of digital collections in fostering education, research, and visitor engagement has not been f
Amalia Juneström, ABM
Amalia Juneström is presenting a draft for the fourth article of her PhD thesis. Juneström is a doctoral candidate at the Department of ALM.