Monday September 25, 2017

Seminar Series 2018-2019: Digital and Public Humanities

Semester 1: Digital Humanities

Dr Andrea Gullotta (University of Glasgow): Beauty in Hell: The Challenges of the Digital Representation of the Gulag, 8 October 2018

Dr Sofya Gavrilova (University of Oxford, Moscow Higher School of Economics): Digital Humanities Knowledge Production in Russia: Between Academia and NGO, 26 November 2018 (re-scheduled date TBC).

Semester 2: Slavic Studies and the Public Humanities (focus on Donbas, Ukraine)

‘Donbass Odyssey’: Sharing Stories of Displacement through Art, 30 January 2019  (discussion)

Exhibition dates 30th of January – 13th of February, The Byre Theatre

Dr Claire Whitehead in Conversation with Carol Adlam: Lost Detectives: Adapting Old Texts for New Media, 23 April 2019, 5 pm, Parliament Hall

Dr Iryna Sklokina (Centre for Urban History of East Central Europe): Engaging the City: Digital (Un)Archiving as a critical tool in public humanities, 29 April 2019, 4 pm, venue tbc

Dmitry Chepurnoy (IZOLYATSIA. Platform for Cultural Initiatives): From Donbas with Love: Brief History of Izolyatsia and Displaced Cultural Spaces, 9 May 2019, 4 pm, Arts Seminar 2,

Workshop with Slavists talking about practicalities and implications of public engagement work in the field (TBC)