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At the Inaugural Texas Digital Humanities Consortium Conference (TXDHC) on April 12, Elijah Meeks su [...]

Irmengard MAYER1 / Marina DÖRING-WILLIAMS1/ Georgios TOUBEKIS2 / Michael JANSEN2 / Michael PETZET3 ( [...]

Filippo SUSCA (Dipartimento di Progettazione dell’Architettura, Facoltà di Architettura di Firenze, [...]

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Digital Humanities

Creating the Texas Digital Humanities Consortium

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At the Inaugural Texas Digital Humanities Consortium Conference (TXDHC) on April 12, Elijah Meeks suggested that “interloping, more than computational approaches or the digital broadly construed as the object of study, defines digital humanities.” Indeed, as researchers pursue their curiosity and explore new methods, they often venture into unfamiliar territory. But there they may find [...]

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Computer Technology

3-D Dokumentation des Kleinen Buddhas (38m) von Bamiyan, Afghanistan

Irmengard MAYER1 / Marina DÖRING-WILLIAMS1/ Georgios TOUBEKIS2 / Michael JANSEN2 / Michael PETZET3

(1Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Bauforschung und Denkmalpflege, TU Wien, Österreich / 2RWTH Aachen Center for Documentation and Conservation, RWTH Aachen, Deutschland / 3International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS), München, Deutschland)

Seit dem Jahr 2003 werden unter der Leitung von Präsident Michael Petzet, [...]

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Computer Technology

The survey of great statue in their architectonical and/or archaeological environment: the case study for the “Aula Minerva”.

Filippo SUSCA

(Dipartimento di Progettazione dell’Architettura, Facoltà di Architettura di Firenze, Italy)

Purpose: Very often, working on Cultural Heritage themes, there is the need for quick and accurate survey of one or more than one sculpture, sometimes it can be a part of a larger monument, sometimes it is a standing alone monument in its [...]

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Computer Technology

The Whitall House Research Project: a project of 3D Colonial Philadelphia

Brian GADOMSKI / Andrew PATRAS / Drew NICOLO

(Drexel University, USA)

The proposed poster will augment “A consideration of 3D models as an alternative to reconstructing historical buildings and sites,” a 12th International Congress “Cultural Heritage and New Technologies” conference paper to be presented by Glen Muschio and Chris Redmann, Drexel University.

The Whitall House [...]

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Archaeological map server at the University of West Bohemia in Plzen, Czech Republic

Ladislav ŠMEJDA

(University of West Bohemia, Plzen, Czech Republic)

Majority of archaeological datasets have strong spatial components (either in a form of geographic coordinates or just of cadastral names). Evidence and analysis of such data can largely profit from the use of Geographic Information Systems. Today there is a general tendency to build information systems [...]

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The importance of conservation education in fine arts faculties in Turkey during EU membership

A. Sultan KARAOGLU SAHIN1, Saadet GUNER2

(1Inönü University , Malatya, Turkey / 2Friends of Cultural Heritage (FOCUH) Association, Istanbul, Turkey)

Although protection and restoration of cultural heritage is a new profession for Turkey, it is seen as the profession of the time in developed countries. Although, Turkey is one of the countries having the richest [...]

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Archeological finds from the Roman object on Stancija Peliceti in Istria

Kristina DŽIN / Aleksandra PAIC

(Archeological Museum of Istria, Pula, Croatia)

The poster introduces the architectonic (rooms, corridors, cistern) and construction elements (tegulae with production stamps, suspensurae, inlet and outlet pipes, canals) of the villa rustica on Stancija Peliceti. The numerous finds that emerged during archeological research serve as temporal indicator for the complex itself [...]

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Digital Literacy

Google Add-Ons

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More and more of us are moving to tools such as Google Apps for Educators, Chromebooks, and mobile devices. We’re using the Cloud to create and share information. I’m not always convinced that’s a good thing, especially when the bandwidth is minimal and internet speeds are slow. But when it works, I love the ability [...]

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Through the looking-glass: local heritage and globalisation

Geoff CARVER

(Germany)

People travel the world in ever-increasing numbers just to get away, to taste and experience the exotic. So why would they build a Starbucks in the Opernplatz in Vienna, just across the street from the world-famous Sacher Hotel? Why do people travel great distances to experience not the “original” or the “authentic,” [...]

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Valuing Cultural Heritage and Distinctive Appreciations of the Past: A New Cultural Colonialism?

Alvaro HIGUERAS

(University of Rome 2, Italy)

The concept of value and importance of cultural heritage is indeed very relative as one considers the societies that hold them in trust, promote them and preserve them with the highest standards, or other societies that have such heritage in their territory but is not part of their [...]

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Cultural heritage and mobile learning: a GPS guide to monuments and sites of Roman town Emona

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