Archives and Archival Research in the Digital Environment
Topics of this convention circle around digital platforms and digital research of archival sources, challenges of archives in the digital societies, international cooperation networks and initiatives creating new ways to use digital sources and bring history closer to the public.
Organizers and hosts: Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Belgrade and Historical Archives of Belgrade
We reserved a limited contingent of rooms at the three hotels mentioned below. All of them are located in the city centre and just a stone´s throw from the convention´s venue. Please make sure to use the code “ICARUS Convention” upon booking to be eligible for the special rates as indicated.
- Belgrade Art Hotel **** 85€ per night
- Hotel Majestic **** 65€ per night
- Hotel Le Petit Piaf *** 60€ per night
Hear speakers from Europe’s leading science, technology and cultural institutions discuss the potential of cultural heritage data for education, creative and media industries, entertainment, urban planning, policymaking and more.
Meet and connect with companies and academics from throughout Europe who are actively working to realise the vast potential of our cultural heritage across fields and industries.
Further details and continuos updates on the conference´s programme can be found on the corresponding website.
The event is at the same time the closing conference (fourth conference) of the international research initiative ‘En route to a shared identity. Sources on the history of Central Europe in the Digital Age’, led by Adelheid Krah (University of Vienna/AT).The international team, whose members are renowned scholars working at universities and archives in the field of research and teaching in Austria as well as in neighbouring countries of Austria, has existed since 2014 and is explicitly addressing the question of conservation and preservation of culture in the Central European and European area.
As it apparently becomes more difficult, despite the digitization and the opening of borders, to preserve the right of people on culture, cultural networking and the traditionally connecting construction of a shared identity, within this final conference also the study of music as another discipline as well as the dimension of the art of the interpretation of a piece will be included. To the existing co-operations of the working team comes a further collaboration with the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna. We are looking forward to this!
At the conference, next to numerous talks on new topics and issues also two pieces will be presented:
- the in the Vandenhoeck&Ruprecht publishers as well as in the Böhlau publishing house issued edited volume of the conference in November 2017 ‘Sources, neighbourhood, community. En route to a shared cultural history of Central Europe’, ed. A. Krah (Wien, Köln, Weimar 2019, 302 p.),
- the new CD ‘postscriptum B. – Beethoven-Katzer-Kontraste’ with cello sonatas by L. v. Beethoven and G. Katzer (interpreters J.-U. Krah, B. Parz) in a concert at the MKU Vienna at the occasion of the coming Beethoven year.
All contributions of the conference will again be released in an edited form on the blog ‘En route to a shared identity’, link: https://dighist.hypotheses.org/ and published until February 2020 online. At this point, the team will lay down its collaborative work until further notice.
Conference language: GERMAN
… postponed to May 2023…
This year´s general assembly will take place online virtually.
ICARUS4all members only can take part after having registered in the following form.
After your registration you are going to receive a registration link for logging in na few days in advance of the meeting.
Due to the special circumstances this year´s general assembly and ICARUS Convention #25 will be held completely virtual.
It will be dedicated to a comprehensive discussion of our shared community´s future:
“Rise to the next Decade – An agenda for the future of ICARUS”
We are looking forward to welcoming you this time in our common virtual space!
We look forward to welcoming you to the ICARUS Convention #26!
Du to the pandemic, this convention will be held online.
Tuesday, May 25, 2021:
13:30-14:00 CEST: Welcome
14:00-15:30 CEST: Reports from the Agenda 2023 Working Groups
15:30-16:00 CEST: Virtual coffee break
16:00-17:30 CEST: Discussion of the reports, binding vote
Wednesday, May 26, 2021:
News from the ICARUS network
09:00-10:00 CEST: Digital Treasures, Nampi, Topotheque
10:00-11:30 CEST: Short presentation of projects carried out by ICARUS members
11:30-12:00 CEST: Closing session