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Digital Approaches to Cultural Heritage

Von Rappelling (talk) - Eigenes Werk, CC BY-SA 3.0 at, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=16455555


Perspectives and Challenges

Digital Approaches to Cultural Heritage: Perspectives and Challenges​


September 19 – 20, 2024

Venue: Claudiana, Herzog Friedrich Straße, Innsbruck

Based on the ongoing work in two Digital Cultural Heritage projects dedicated to castle inventories (14th – 18th centuries), this international conference discusses the potential, perspectives and challenges that come along with digital approaches to cultural heritage. We invite speakers to present their experience with digital cultural heritage projects particularly addressing the added value these approaches open for the academic research as well as for the interested public.
We will use the international expertise to discuss the preliminary results from our ongoing projects: INVENTARIA The Making of Inventories as Social Practice (FWF P 35988 Stand Alone Project) and Hohensalzburg Digital (digitalizing the Fortress Hohensalzburg, funded by the Land Salzburg)


Daniel Smail (Boston)
The Imagined Space of the Late Medieval Household

Stephen Stead  (London)
Recording the Meta: Using the CRM to document inferred recording practice

Panel discussion with Ulrike Tanzer (University of Innsbruck), Günter Mühlberger (Transkribus – Read Coop, Innsbruck), Bernhard Heil (Salzburg – Festung Hohensalzburg), Daniel Smail (Harvard University), Chiara Zuanni (University of Graz), Stephen Stead (CIDOC CRM, London)
Moderation Christina Antenhofer

Invited presenters

Chiara Piccoli, University of Amsterdam
Virtual interiors: Creating a 3D scholarly edition of the private library of the Amsterdam patrician Pieter de Graeff (1638-1707)

Thomas Pickles, University of Chester
Early Christian Churches and Landscapes (ECCLES): Reconstructing Early Medieval Churches in Schools

Bas Spliet, University of Antwerp
‘Slecht En Oud’: Why Did Paintings Go Out Of Fashion After The Dutch Golden Age?

Katherine Wilson, University of Chester
Challenges and Opportunities of Reconstructing the Past for the Present: Mobility of Objects Across Boundaries 1000-1700

Leon van Wissen, University of Amsterdam

Chiara Zuanni, Universität Graz
Exhibition histories in 3D: connecting archives, objects, and narratives

Christina Antenhofer, Elisabeth Gruber-Tokić, Gerald Hiebel, Ingrid Matschinegg, Claudia Posch, Gerhard Rampl, Elisabeth Tangerner

Sponsored by the FWFIMAREALIZMFFB Geschichte (University of Salzburg)