Copertina History Heritage
Gio 16 Mag
Seminari e Convegni

Critical Digital Humanities: practices and perspectives in history-heritage studies

The seminar aims to explore Digital Humanities experiences, critical findings and tools in Heritage Studies, with a special ocus on historical approaches.

By implementing specific objectives of the Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning-DIST funded CAMELOT research project (Heritage lab: loCAl Motion for hEritage-led sustainability in the Industria piLOT), it will contribute to establishing a platform for rich exchanges, discussions, and brainstorming among the researchers of the HERITAGE lab working group and invited speakers.


Rosa Tamborrino
Reconsidering Haussmanisation through digital history methodologies
Marie-Paule Jungblut
Enhancing Understanding of Informal Heritage in Luxembourg
Sofia Darbesio
Contemporary Architecture Construction Site in the Historic City: Interactive Multimedia Solutions to Make and Share History of Sites in Transition
Farzaneh Aliakbari
Fostering Community Knowledge Exchange Through Digital Tools: A Case Study of QeshmIsland UNESCO Global Geopark
Mesut Dinler
Open Data for a Linked History of Architecture
Giulia Mezzalama
Unveiling the Healing potential of Cultural Heritage through Digital Collaborative Practices

12.30 – 13.30 | Lunch Break

13.30 – 16.30| ROUNDTABLE Discussion
  • Roundtable with Willeke Wendrich, Rodrigo Cury Paraizo and the HeritageLab working group
  • Roundtable with working group of CAMELOT research project: Cristina Cuneo, Remigio Berruto, Patrizia Busato, Emere Arco.
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