Venice Summer School on Digital and Public Humanities Venice, 11-15 July, 2022
Auditorium Santa Margherita, Venice
The VeDPH Summer School aims at providing advanced and in-depth training to students and scholars in theories, technologies and methods applied to historical monuments, artifacts and texts in the interdisciplinary field of Digital and Public Humanities, focussing on cultural, archaeological, historical, literary, and artistic materials from Venetian sites and cultural heritage institutions. The school will give to the participants the opportunity to engage in debates about digital cultural heritage and public humanities while enhancing their competences and skills in digitising materials and sources and in modelling, analysing and visualising multimedia humanities data.
The VeDPH summer school will take place in historical sites and cultural venues across Venice and its surroundings. Each day will be dedicated to a specific academic field: history, art history, textual scholarship and archaeology. Teaching formats will include lectures, hands-on workshops, guided tours and experimental performances. Units will be planned and delivered by local experts and invited specialists. All classes will be taught in English.
The open events will be held in presence (please write to email@example.com for registration) and online, at the following link:
-Monday 11 July, 16:30-18:30, Aula B, Ca' Bernardo, Calle San Bernardo, Dorsoduro 3199. Chiara Zuanni (University of Graz), Cultural Heritage in a Digital Society: Sharing, Exepriencing, Creating. Link: https://bit.ly/3ntICoA
-Tuesday 12 July, 18:30-19:30, Biblioteca San Francesco della Vigna, Campo San Francesco, Castello 2786. The Godfather. Carte blanche for Peter Robinson (University of Saskatchewan).
-Wednesday 13 July, 18:30-20:30, Sale Docks, Magazzini del Sale, Punta della Dogana, Dorsoduro 265. Paolo Cirio (artist and activist), Deprogramming Today's Sociality.
-Friday 15 July, 18:30-20:00, Aula B, Ca' Bernardo, Calle San Bernardo, Dorsoduro 3199. Serge Noiret (European University Institute), The past as a common good: a digital, interdisciplinary,and participative approach. Link: https://bit.ly/3y4ccWr
L'evento si terrà in inglese
VeDPH, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici
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