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Leiden 18/3-2020: Cfp: ORAL HISTORY AND LIFE STORIES REVISITED

lagt inn 21. jan. 2019, 05:01 av Bjørn Enes

Cfp: ORAL HISTORY AND LIFE STORIES REVISITED  - Leiden University, The Netherlands 18-21st of March 2020

 

The International Institute of Social History will organize the Thirteenth European Social Science History conference 18 to 21st of March 2020 at Leiden University, The Netherlands (https://esshc.socialhistory.org/news)

 

 

The Oral History and Life Stories Network of the ESSHC brings together oral history and life story researchers and practitioners who explore  memory, narrative and history.

Attached you will find the Cfp “Oral history and life stories revisited” from The Oral History and Life Stories Network of the ESSHC. The deadline for the required pre-registration of a paper or session proposal at the ESSHC-website is 15 April 2019.

 

More details about the conference and the oral history and life stories network, including paper proposal submissions, can be found on the site: https://esshc.socialhistory.org/

 

 

You are welcome to circulate the information and cfp.

 

Hope to see you all in Leiden in March 2020!

 

Warm regards,

Andrea Strutz, Anne Heimo & Malin Thor Tureby

(Chairs of the The Oral History and Life Stories Network)

Stockholm, okt. 2018: Digital Heritage and Oral History

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2018 - 10 - 24 - Stockholm.
Digital Heritage and Oral History

Bjørn Enes' presentation

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vQL5hEEOCHVN7baWiWsNxNMB4MJj0CECHBs2HQN1AoTcd6BAJxU9o3gbm9RWm42WssOdzSvQDclDUuM/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000


Workshop, October 24, 2018, at the Nordic Museum. Conference Room 10-17.

The research consortium DigiCONFLICT and the Nordic Museum cordially invite you to
attend an international workshop on oral history and digital heritage. 

Join the members of the research consortium, representatives from the Nordic Museum, and invited researchers, and  ideas and ways of thinking about the impact of digital heritage on contemporary engagements oral historians from Sweden, Norway and Finland to explore, exchange, and generate new  with the past. 

Workshop participants will consider what is gained and lost when cultural
heritage becomes digital, and who benefits from this process most. 

The event will be hosted by DigiCONFLICT’s Swedish research team, whose work specifically examines the employment of oral history in digital heritage practices.

While subsequently the workshop will mainly revolve around this theme, due consideration will also be given to complementary
topics.

10.00-10.15 Gil Pasternak, Ewa Manikowska & Malin Thor Tureby: Welcome.

10.15-11.00 Gil Pasternak, Ewa Manikowska & Malin Thor Tureby: Introduction to the
DigiCONFLICT Research Consortium and the ‘Digital Heritage in Cultural Conflicts’
research project.

11.00-12.00 Keynote speaker: Anne Heimo, Adjunct Professor of Folkloristics, University of
Turku. The Digital Heritage of the 1918 Finnish Civil War.

12.00-13.00 Lunch

13.00-13.30 Björn Enes, Co-founder and present manager of Memoar – Norwegian
organisation for oral history. Oral History, Citizen Science and Digital Heritage in Norway.

13.30-14.00 René León Rosales, Head of Research at the Mångkulturellt centrum, Botkyrka.
To Make Migration an Obvious Part of Swedish Cultural Heritage? Reflection on the
Difficulties and Possibilities of Working with Diversity, Migration and National Self-image.

14.00-14.30 Jonas Engman, FD, Head of the Nordic Museum Archives, Digitalization,
epistemology and collections - the challenges for research.

(Nordiska Museet, Stockholm)

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