Digital Heritage 2014: Digital Communities in Action
Saturday 12 July 2014, 9.30am
Speaker: A keynote address will be given by Catherine Clarke, Professor in English at the University of Southampton.
Digital Heritage is an annual conference hosted by the Centre for Digital Heritage. This year theme will be ‘Digital Communities in Action’ and so we are particularly keen to encourage presentations which relate to the role of diverse communities in Digital Heritage research.
The call for papers is now open.
Twitter: @CDHYork #CDH2014
Registration: Open Soon online at www.york.ac.uk
Registration fees: Registration fees include lunch and access to a wine reception following the conference.
Students and Concessions*: £10
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Location: Berrick Saul Building, Heslington Campus, University of York
Call for Papers: Digital Heritage 2014: Digital Communities in Action
The call for papers for Digital Heritage 2014 is now open. We would like to invite proposals for 20 minute papers and we welcome submissions from researchers in any field. This year the conference theme will be Digital Communities in Action and so we are particularly keen to encourage presentations which relate to the role of diverse communities in Digital Heritage research.
Our keynote talk will be delivered by Prof. Catherine Clarke (Southampton) and will be entitled You are here: medieval heritage and the modern city.
The conference will be held on the 12th July 2014 in the Berrick Saul building at the University of York.
The Centre for Digital Heritage is an international multi-institutional research centre focussed on innovative inter-disciplinary research in the field of Digital Heritage. The centre includes Aarhus University, Leiden University, Uppsala University and The University of York.
Please send abstracts of 200 words to email@example.com before Monday 14th April.