Memoria e Identità
Medieval Cultural Heritage and Digital Techonologies: Research, Education, General Public
Following the “Digital Humanities on Thursday” (2019), this convention brings scholars from different disciplines together to reflect on perspectives, methods and possible futures applications of the digital in the medieval sector, with an opening to the European strategies for sharing and disseminating results of the research.
Digital technologies and methods are getting the topics and practices of medieval studies increasingly broader, with important implications on research, teaching and on general public engagement.
The chance of virtually reconstruct some largely fragmented historical contexts not only raises new questions and suggestions for investigation, but also makes contents and problems of great complexity available for a non-specilized public, contributing to improve awareness of the historical heritage and increase the demand for cultural training.
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