The call for papers is open for this one-day workshop on Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana, organised by CARARE and hosted by the University of Lund, to be held in Lund on the 20th June 2018.
The physical remains of Europe's rich heritage are all around us. From
the historic houses we live and work in, the places we worship, places
we visit to explore tombs, earthworks, architectural ruins or monuments
to industries past, the museums we visit, the shape of our landscape and
the ground beneath our feet.
Digital technologies are widely
used to capture the heritage for conservation and research, for
analysis, to support learning and tourism, and for enjoyment. This
workshop, which is organised by CARARE
and hosted by the University of Lund
will explore how digital content for the archaeological and architectural heritage can be made available to users of Europeana
experiences and best practices in providing content, and potential
re-uses of the content for education, tourism and researchers.Topics of interest include
- Case studies of archaeology and architecture content in Europeana
- Approaches to publishing 3D models online for users on Europeana
- Linking contextual and historical information to digital resources for archaeology and architecture
- Linked data for archaeology and architecture
- Uses of archaeology and architecture datasets for education, cultural tourism, creative industries, etc.
We invite proposals for oral presentations and demos.
15 Dec 2017 - Calls for contributions opens
15 March 2018 - Call for contributions closes
20 June 2018 - Workshop
Submit an abstract
Send the abstract for your presentation or demo to this email address [email protected], with your name and affiliation. The abstract should be no longer than 300 words.
Please register for "Archaeology and Architecture in Europeana" on our Eventbrite registration page
Centre for Digital Heritage 2018
workshop is organised in conjuction with CDH2018, which this year will
be hosted by the Institute of Archaeology and Ancient History and the
Archaeology Laboratory (DARKLab) at the Joint Faculties of Humanities
and Theology, Lund University and held from 18-20th June .
The 2018 annual meeting of the Centre for Digital Heritage will
explore how 3D models and Archives are currently used (re-)used to gain
new knowledge in the Cultural heritage.
For more info about CDH2018 see: http://konferens.ht.lu.se/cdh2018lund/