In the spring semester of 2018, Dr. Antje Schmidt (Museum fuer Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, MKG) offers a seminar on digital access to cultural heritage at the Institute of European Ethnology / Cultural Anthropology, University of Hamburg. The seminar […]

5-7 April 2018 Basel, Switzerland The working group Digitization in Everyday Life has held debates and organized several conferences on questions of digitization and digitality. Up until now discussions have been dominated by the exploration of a wide range […]

Embedded Digitalities Kommissionstagung der DGV-Kommission Digitalisierung im Alltag 5.-7.4.2018 am Seminar fuer Kulturwissenschaft und Europaeische Ethnologie der Uni Basel in Zusammenarbeit mit der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft fuer Volkskunde und Tsanta, der Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Ethnologischen Gesellschaft Seit der Gruendung der […]

eHumanities 2020+
20. July 2017

The project ‘gwin’ (Geistewissenschaftliche Infrastruktur fuer Nachhaltigkeit) aims at preserving digital research data at the Faculty of Humanities in a sustainable way. The project builds on the technology of the Faculty and provides the infrastructure and consultation needed to […]

EU Horizon 2020 Coordination: Prof. Dr. Gertraud Koch (Fachbereich Kulturwissenschaften, Institut fuer Volkskunde/Kulturanthropologie) Duration: 2018-2022 The Horizon 2020 Innovative Training Network POEM trains future experts for the heritage sector and studies participatory memory practices and digital heritage in Europe. […]

Sharing is Caring is a conference focused on collaboration and sharing in the cultural heritage sector, bringing together practitioners, researchers and users of culture. The goal is to open up knowledge and culture to the participation and enjoyment of […]

Lectures, discussions, films, performances and workshops on digital transformation. Organised by the Bucerius Lab and the Zeit foundation at Kampnagel, Hamburg. FR 19 – SA 20 February 2016 The California Challenge In what kind of digital future do we […]

Visiting Google, Hamburg
15. February 2016

The seminar “Digital Anthropology – Research on Twitter” made a visit to Google Hamburg, where students were given an introduction to the company’s work and projects. Furthermore two expert talks on the topics “hate speech” and “the right to […]