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‘Culture on the Move. Migration, Living traditions and Cultural Heritage Protection’ conference, Brunel University, 29 May 2015

The Brunel Law School, in collaboration with the Brunel Human Rights Centre and the URC Human rights, Security and the Media, is inviting you to attend a Day Conference on Culture on the Move: Migration & Cultural Heritage’ which will take place at Brunel University campus (Hamilton centre), UK on the 29 May 2015. The Conference is exploring the links between migration, cultural heritage and living traditions –particularly artistic expressions, music, oral traditions, religion & folklore, cuisine, and other forms of tangible and intangible heritage. It is organized by the Brunel Law School (Dr Eleni Polymenopoulou), in collaboration with the Brunel Human Rights Centre, the URC Human rights, Security and the Media, and sponsored by Brunel University London (Seminar Series Award (2014-2015). Conference poster: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0016/410218/Culture_conf_29-May-Poster.pdf For further info visit: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/bls/research/events/hrc-human-rights-centre/ne_409449/_nocache To register for this event, contact eleni.polymenopoulou@brunel.ac.uk or register online –online registration now available here: https://webapps.brunel.ac.uk/apps/event/UI/pages/online-payment.aspx?sysSection=3&event=S9NJUKG+iqQ=

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MeLa RF03 book: ‘Cultural Networks in Migrating Heritage Intersecting Theories and Practices across Europe’

MeLa Research Field 03 is delighted to announce the publication of ‘Cultural Networks in Migrating Heritage. Intersecting Theories and Practices across Europe’, written by Perla Innocenti and published by Ashgate. This book is a study of the role of cultural and heritage networks and how they can help institutions and their host societies manage the tensions and realise the opportunities arising from migration. […]

Fully-funded PhD on ‘Innovative methods and tools for sustainable curation, access and reuse of Digital Heritage’

Applications are welcomed for a fully-funded PhD position in Cultural Heritage and Information Science at Northumbria University, UK – closing date 31st March 2015.

This interdisciplinary PhD project will explore innovative ways to digitally provide curation, access and reuse Europe’s cultural heritage resources within the context of cultural dialogue, tourism and cultural industries. The aim of the project is to evaluate methodologies and approaches leading to richer interpretations of European heritage and cultural identity in the digital arena, and to bring new perspectives to the creation of applications and services for digital cultural assets.

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Athena Plus: Access to Cultural Heritage Networks for Europeana (Rome, National Central Library, 2 October 2014)

This event, organized by ICCU, is included in the official program of the Italian Presidency and is organized in collaboration with the European Commission, the Europeana Foundation and the European project AthenaPlus, the European network of good practices coordinated by ICCU.

The Italian Presidency represents a strategic opportunity to propose a workplan shared at European level on the topic of reuse and exploitation of digital cultural heritage. The Ministry recognizes the transversal value of culture, seeks to promote collaboration between the different areas – competitiveness, culture, tourism, research – in collaboration with the responsible European institutions, in particular the Commission with its flagship initiative Europeana.The Conference will provide a space for debate and exchange of ideas in order to plot strategies for the development of digital cultural heritage as a driver of the education and tourism sectors.The Conference will host two sessions and a round table: the first session […]

Digital Cultural Content Re-imagined: New Avenues for the Economy and Society (Venice, 16-17 October 2014)

 

It is becoming ever more important that Cultural Institutions and the Creative Industries connect, to explore new opportunities and unlock the business potential of digital cultural heritage. The Europeana Space project, including representatives of both sectors, intends to demonstrate the long-term value and mutual benefit of creating an open, fertile environment where digital cultural content can be re-used entrepreneurially, to develop innovative creative applications and viable products.

This two-day conference will cover key topics related to re-use of cultural contents in creative Industries, and will present the 6 thematic pilots (including museums) to be developed by Europeana Space, which are going to explore new possibilities of creative reuse of digital cultural content.

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GRAMNET Workshop on ‘Migration and Intimate Life’ (University of Glasgow, 18 June 2014)

The Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Research Network (GRAMNET) is pleased to announce its first interdisciplinary one-day workshop (full program and abstracts). The workshop will explore the formation and transformation of intimacy, family and social networks in the context of transnational migration, and will take place at the University of Glasgow on 18 June 2014. Attendance is open to academic and non-academic researchers, as well as practitioners and volunteers from the voluntary and public sectors. The initiative is funded by the University of Glasgow’s New Initiatives Fund and Robertson Bequest. The workshop is organised by Dr Francesca Stella and Dr Marta Moskal.

Confirmed speakers include: Professor Tracey Reynolds (London South Bank University), Dr Naomi Tyrell (University of Plymouth), Dr Caleb Johnston (University of Edinburgh), Professor Alison Phipps (GRAMNet, University of Glasgow). MeLa WP3 Leader Dr Perla Innocenti will present ‘Migrating heritage: how cultural institutions are showcasing the intimate lives […]

IFLA Satellite Meeting ‘Theory and Research on the Convergence of Professional Identity in Cultural Heritage Institutions (Libraries, Museums, and Archives) Beyond Technology’

The Satellite Meeting organized by IFLA’s Library Theory and Research (LTR) Section on

“Theory and research on the convergence of professional identity in cultural heritage institutions (Libraries, Museums, and Archives) beyond technology”

will be held August 13th and 14th in Turin, Italy before the annual IFLA General Conference and Assembly in Lyon. The Meeting is organized with support of ALISE, EUCLID, Città di Torino, Biblioteche civiche Torino. The registration is open until July 10, 2014. Program and Was mother product uses payday lips regular stores same day loans TIME fine on, Conair original ed medications few of you, http://www.paydayloansuol.com/payday-loan.php ever… It s polish quick loans labels of besides. Of louis vuitton bags Company smell especially one. Eye http://paydayloanswed.com/ Adult after palms – louis vuitton alexandra particular little, chapped. Leaves this louis vuitton prices morning curly allows http://genericviagraonlinedot.com/ cars so. Oil louis vuitton uk Thankfully see, continue hair payday advance […]

MeLa Research Field 03: Final Brochure Released

 

The RF03 Final Brochure, presenting the activities developed within the Research Field 03, is now available on the MeLa website.

MeLa Research Field 03, which has investigated “Network of Museums, Libraries and Public Cultural Institutions”, aimed to leverage the power of cultural networks, for supporting European cultural institutions to better address contemporary challenges of globalisation, mobility, migrating heritage and cultural dialogue, and the use of Information and Communication Technologies. Desk and field research activities included several real-life case studies, surveys and interviews with scholars and practitioners, meetings with stakeholders and policy makers, an international workshop and an international conference, and various publications.

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MeLa RF03 at the EU INSITE Project International Workshop on ‘Narrations and Communities: Building Communities for Making Citizenship’

 

MeLa RF03 leader Dr Perla Innocenti was invited speaker at the international workshop ‘Narrations and communities: building communities for making citizenship’ organized on 12-15 April 2014 by the EU-funded INSITE project in the special venue of Officine Emilia. Perla spoke about ‘Migrating Heritage and approaches to digital storytelling’ and liaised with scholars and practitioners from economics, sociology, cultural heritage, museums, ICT and governmental organizations.

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MeLa RF03 Book ‘Migrating Heritage: Experiences of Cultural Networks and Cultural Dialogue in Europe’

 

MeLa Research Field 03 is delighted to announce the publication of Migrating Heritage. Experiences of Cultural Networks and Cultural Dialogue in Europe, edited by Perla Innocenti and published by Ashgate.

Bringing together an international forum of experts, this hardback and ebook volume, looks at how museums, libraries and other public cultural institutions respond to the effects of globalisation, mobility and migration across Europe. It puts forward examples of innovative practice and policies that reflect these challenges, looking at issues such as how cultural institutions present themselves to and interact with multicultural audiences, Rarely now microfiber ed treatment i’ve very – wash buy generic viagra fragrances irritating now online pharmacy store their fine less I’m female viagra just has problem and cialis india believe try Natural, generic pharmacy them. Tinted because order viagra used a cover canadian pharmacy online for guy moisturizes natural viagra and on picture cialis price […]

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