International Archaeology & Digital Humanities workshop in Kalmar

14:11 by Emily Hanscam

Emily Hanscam recently organised an international workshop in Kalmar, as part of her project Digital Excavations which is funded by the LNU Digital Transformations Knowledge Environment. Participants from the UK and the Netherlands joined Emily, Alisa Lincke and Ahmed Taiye Mohammed from LNU to discuss approaches to applying the digital humanities to the study of archaeological thought. Digital Excavations is a pilot study investigating the persistent problem with continued nationalist discourse appearing in narratives about the past, looking in the first instance at how archaeological discourse developed and evolved over decades by analysing the corpus of Antiquity, one of the oldest peer reviewed archaeology journals.


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