4th Croatian ICARUS days & EURBICA Conference
The European Archival Landscape: Reaching out for new Horizons
This conference is comprised of contributions presenting a variety of digitization activities focused on the protection of written heritage as well as contributions introducing current archival projects and programmes across Europe such as “community as opportunity (co:op)“, Monasterium, Matricula, the Topotheque and the Time Machine FET Flagship Project.
Ongoing joint archival activities, such as the Archives Portal Europe and EURBICA themes (“Safe Havens for Archives at Risk” and “Shared Archival Heritage”) will also be presented at conference, as well as further current topics regarding digital heritage, use and reuse of digital information, open GLAM, DARIAH activities and various cross-border portals and current programmes in the culture and science field.
Conference language: Croatian and English
Themes of the conference: Digitization and Protection of the Written Heritage – European Archival Projects, Programmes and Activities – co:op – ICARUS online platforms: Monasterium, Matricula, Topotheque – European Flagship project Time Machine – Archives Portal Europe – EURBICA – Safe Havens for Archives at Risk – Shared Archival Heritage – Mapire.eu – Cadastral Maps
Digital Heritage – Use and Reuse of Digital Information – Open GLAM initiatives – Digital Cultural Politics – Digital Humanistic – DARIAH
What if you could see more? See the invisible? Access hidden information? Learn more through this extra information? This is exactly what XpectralTEK does. XpectralTEK provides you with affordable imaging solutions that allow you to see beyond what your eyes can, and learn from it.
ICARUS and its corporate partner XpectralTEK (Portugal) organize a workshop focused on the current spectral imaging technology used in active and preventive art conservation. The basic principles of spectral imaging will be explained, and the available technological solutions demonstrated and explained. Potential applications on cultural heritage will be presented from real case studies, and the future perspectives will be discussed.
The workshop will be held in English and aims at professionals in the field of museums, archives, libraries and conservation of cultural heritage in general.
Registration is open until 13 June and limimted to 20 participants.
Open-Up and Create!
Der zweite Kulturhackathon für Österreich folgt dem Prinzip „Öffnet eure Daten und seid kreativ damit!“ Wir widmen uns vom 20. bis zum 22. September 2018 einem spannenden, sensiblen, interessanten und explosiven kulturellen Erbe.
Wir bekommen Zugang zu Material, welches oft verborgen liegt, jedoch in die Öffentlichkeit dringen möchte, um wahrgenommen und gesehen zu werden! Dem entspricht auch das heurige Motto „Bunkers, Bombs and Big Data“. Wir werden sehen, wie explosiv und wertvoll Daten sein können, wenn wir sie aktivieren!
Der Kulturhackathon möchte kulturelles Erbe zugänglich machen. Es soll den Menschen nahe gebracht werden und ihre Lebensqualität erhöhen. Gesucht werden Start-ups, die Innovatives erzeugen, um der Bevölkerung den Wert kulturellen Erbes und seine Verwertung näher zu bringen. Institutionen vernetzen sich und interdisziplinäre Kooperationen entstehen.
Für weiter Informationen zum Programm und Anmeldung, klicken Sie bitte auf unten stehenden Link:
Within the frameworks of the EU-funded project “community as opportunity” (co:op) the complete stock of documents of the Monastery of St. Emmeram in Regensburg (DE) at the Archives of the Bavarian State in Munich (DE) has been digitised: ca. 4500 charters from the year 194 to about 1800 will soon be available online. By taking the example of this corpus of source material, the workshop intends to bring together research questions and technical exploitation models.
Original title of the workshop:
“Entziffern, Forschen, Mitmachen: Das Kloster St. Emmeram in Regensburg und seine digitale Überlieferung”
The workshop will be held in German.
Please find further information on the programme (in German) via the link below. Registrations can be made via the form also provided via the link below:
Forced displacement and other human migration crises raise complex interacting issues about nation-states, laws, borders, human rights, citizenship and identity, security, resource allocation, and information and communication technologies (ICT). Integral to this complexity, documentation and particularly official records are pervasive and fundamental yet somehow rarely conspicuous. Much attention has been focused on official verification of identities and citizenship of displaced persons and other migrants, vetting them for security risks, reunifying families, and determining whether or not they qualify for asylum and resettlement. However the issues that asylum seekers and other migrants confront in understanding, accessing, carrying, preserving and producing the kinds of authoritative documentation required for these as well as other bureaucratic processes in their future lives remain under-addressed.
This one-day symposium at the University Department of Croatian Studies (University of Zagreb) is one of a series of workshops taking place across the globe in 2018 to highlight issues linked to records and other documentation for refugees and asylum seekers. The symposium is organized by ICARUS-HR and the University Department of Croatian Studies (University of Zagreb) in collaboration with the Refugee Rights in Records Project of the UCLA Department of Information Studies’ Centre for Information as Evidence (UCLA CIE) and the Liverpool University Centre for Archive Studies (LUCAS).
More information about the project can be found at https://informationasevidence.org/refugee-rights-in-records.
One of the goals of this symposium is to bring together speakers from a range of backgrounds to promote awareness, dialogue and initiative on topics including the following:
- Issues faced by child and women migrants and relating to family separation/reunification
- Coping with trauma and health concerns
- Education and literacy concerns and initiatives
- Classification considerations and more existential dilemmas about personal identity
- Support infrastructure for personal recordkeeping
- Development of a platform to ensure personal rights in and to bureaucratic records
- Documenting and archiving current and historical personal and community displacement and diaspora experiences
- Designing and implementing information technology to address specific humanitarian needs.
To register to attend, please email: info.icarushr[at]gmail.hr.
Working languages of the Symposium are English and Croatian.
Digital Challenges & Collaborative Networks
ICARUS Hrvatska together with ICARUS (International Center for Archival Research), the State Archives in Pazin and further partners organize the 5th Croatian ICARUS Days in conjunction with the ICARUS Convention #23 under the theme “Interactive Archives: Digital Challenges & Collaborative Networks”.
The conference will take place in Pula on the premises of the House of the Croatian Defenders (Dom hrvatskih branitelja) from 27-29 March 2019.
Accommodation in Pula
For the participants of this event, special conditions have been arranged with two hotels:
Please contact your preferred hotel via e-mail and mention the promotion code “ICARUS19”.
— CANCELLED —
… due to the current pandemic crisis, the following conference has been cancelled:
6th Croatian ICARUS days
“Archives – borders, identities, reflections”
Rijeka/HR, March 25th to 27th 2020
ICARUS Hrvatska in cooperation with ICARUS, the University of Rijeka (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences) and other partners, organize the 6th Croatian ICARUS days under the topic “archives – borders, identities, reflections” – intending to emphasize the current importance of archival institutions and records for societies.
The conference will take place in Rijeka, Croatia, on the premises of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, from March 25h to 27th 2020 and we are happy to invite all scholars, students, professionals and archival fans to join us in the promotion of archives in the European Capital of Culture 2020.
At the conference, ICARUS and its members will present various activities concerning networking, digitization and protection of written heritage, as well as current archival projects and programs across Europe, such as CREARCH, Digital Treasures, Store the future and international digital platforms for cultural heritage such as Topotheque, Mapire, Archives Portal Europe and others. The conference program will also focus on up-to-date issues emerging from the archival and heritage preserving community, with emphasis on IT themes, information on, presentation and interpretation of historical sources, use in the digital world and open access to GLAM institutions, like Time Machine activities, DARIAH topics and interdisciplinary projects such as Rijeka in Flux, Frankostrukcija, Znameniti.hr etc.
Participation in the conference is free of costs. The conference languages are Croatian and English.
We kindly invite potential speakers to present a paper (15 min.) corresponding with one of the proposed topics. Applications with specified name, surname, institution of employment and a proposal for a presentation should be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org until January 15th. More information will be available at https://www.icarushrvatska.hr/ where you can see previous ICARUS days-conference material.
We invite you to join us in Rijeka as well as to spread the news about the 6th Croatian ICARUS days among your colleagues and friends.
If you have any additional questions, do not hesitate to contact us at the abovenamed e-mail-address.
Looking forward to meeting you in Rijeka!
The OCR webinar will present Optical Character Recognition technology as a tool by which archival processes with digitized material can be multiplied or even automated at minimal cost and while maintaining or improving the quality of the results obtained. The lecture will be held on Croatian by two ICARUS Croatia members: Željko Trbušić, archivist at the Department of the History of Croatian Literature of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts and prof. Hrvoje Stančić, Chair of Department of Archival and Documentary Studies at Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb.
ICARUS and ICARUS Croatia organize online Topotheque workshop for Topotheque administrators and starting Topotheques in Croatia, Serbia, BiH, Slovenia, Macedonia.
Workshop will be moderate by Vlatka Lemić and Alexander Schatek, author of Topotheque, will present Topotheque idea, work and new features. All interested for Topotheque activities are welcomed.
Language: English and Croatian
Registration form: https://forms.gle/qhV3Td5m9dUBNmt66
Archives – borders, identities, reflections
ICARUS Croatia in collaboration with the ICARUS consortium, the University of Rijeka Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and other partners is proud to announce the 6th Croatian ICARUS days.
The event will take place online in the conference languages English and Croatian.
The programme, abstract book and all further conference information are availabe on the ICARUS HRVATSKA website.
We look forward to your participation!