The conference is organised by Chiara Bonacchi (University of Stirling), Rodney Harrison (UCL Institute of Archaeology) and Daniel Pett (Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge), as part of the AHRC-funded Ancient Identities in Modern Britain project and the AHRC Heritage Priority Area Leadership Fellowship.
The conference will discuss technical and conceptual implications of applying data science in and for heritage studies, at the time of the data deluge. It will focus on examining the ontologies, epistemologies and ethics of undertaking digital heritage research drawing on big data. For more information please visit the conference website.
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Mark Altaweel, UCL Institute of Archaeology
Chiara Bonacchi, University of Stirling
Nicola Bingham, The British Library
Helena Byrne, The British Library
Rodney Harrison, UCL Institute of Archaeology
Lorna Hughes, University of Glasgow
Lise Jaillant, University of Loughborough
Marta Krzyzanska, Cambridge University
Stuart Lewis, National Library of Scotland
Shaleph O’Neill, University of Dundee
Daniel Pett, Cambridge University
Melissa Terras, University of Edinburgh
Terrie-Lynn Thompson, University of Stirling