Professor of History of Contemporary Art Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Digital Humanities, textual scholarship and editorial studies, Anglo-Saxon Studies, Cultural Heritage, 3D visualistion
My interests range from the history of archaeology, cultural heritage preservation, and museum studies to the art and archaeology of ancient Iranian empires, from the Achaemenids to the Sasanians. I am currently involved in the exploration of the World Heritage site of Pasargadae, the first dynastic site of the Persian empire in the sixth century B.C.
Hasan Baran Fırat is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli” in Architecture, Industrial Design and Cultural Heritage program and is writing his dissertation on multi-sensory reconstruction of cultural heritage sites through the immersive virtual reality, supervised by Prof. Luigi Maffei and Prof. Massimiliano Masullo. He is pursuing his studies on cultural sound heritage and focused on digitization of perceptual stimuli. He has worked in different companies as an engineer and acoustic consultant. Baran as a semi-professional musician has involved several musicology studies and currently, he is one of editor in anakronik e-journal and he has worked in different fields of music production as well such as, recording, acoustic design. Contact: email@example.com University of Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”, Department of Architecture and Industrial Design. via San Lorenzo – 81031 Aversa (CE), Italy
I am a professor of archaeology at the University of Turku, Finland. Besides Turku, I have worked as an assistant professor of cultural heritage studies at the University of Helsinki in 2016–2017, a visiting scholar at Stanford University in 2010–2011, and Bard Graduate Center, New York in 2018, and as a postdoctoral fellow at the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles in 2015–2016. I have done sustained conceptual and empirical research on cultural heritage studies with a particular interest in heritage management, pedagogy, and digitalisation. I have discussed issues related to heritage in such articles as ‘“Quidditching”, and the Emergence of New Heritage Identities – Amateur Metal Detecting in Finland’ (with Joonas Kinnunen, Public Archaeology, 2017), and ‘Photographic Bodies and Biographical Narratives: The Finnish State Archaeologist Juhani Rinne in Pictures’ (Photography & Culture, 2012). In 2016 I published a monograph on the development of cultural heritage legislation and administration during the 20th century. In addition, I have systematically worked on historical material culture, especially luxury consumption. My doctoral dissertation Golden Moments – Artefacts of Precious Metals as Products of Luxury Consumption in Finland c. 1200–1600 was published in 2009. Presently, I direct a project funded by the Academy of Finland, titled ‘Carving Out Transformations – Wood Use in North-Eastern Europe, 1100–1600’ (2018–2022). Another project of mine is integrated with university teaching, and based on student contributions, it produces a mobile app on urban archaeological achievements aimed at wider audiences.
I’m a historian and hacker who researches the possibilities and politics of digital cultural collections. I’ve worked across the cultural heritage sector and have been developing online resources relating to libraries, archives, museums and history since 1993. My tools and experiments include important things like The Real Face of White Australia, useful things like QueryPic, and weird things like the Vintage Face Depot. I’m currently Associate Professor of Digital Heritage at the University of Canberra.
…ampion, E. (2018: in review). Story-Making in the Round: Cross-Platform Panoramic Tours of Contested Heritage. Paper to be presented at the Australian Society of Archivists-ASA 2018 conference, Perth, Australia.
C2 Nishanbaev, I., Champion, E., Rahaman, H., & Bekele, M. (2018). Integrating 3d Models and GIS for Digital Cultural Heritage. Paper to be presented at the Centre for Digital Heritage meeting 2018 (CDH 2018): 3D archives, (re)use and Knowledge production, Lund, Sweden.
K1 Champion, E. (2018). Title to be advised. Funded and invited. Communicating the Past in the Digital Age, Digital methods for teaching and learning in Archaeolog…
…tp://computation.curtin.edu.au/ and on the Steering Committee
Australia Asia Pacific Institute, Curtin University.
Digital Research Tools (DiRT) editor, http://dirt.projectbamboo.org/
International Council on Monuments and Sites (New Zealand branch) and ICIP (ICOMOS International Committee on Interpretation and Presentation of Cultural Heritage Sites).
Member of working group on emerging technologies (chaired by Alonso Addison, UNESCO).
On the Board of Directors, Virtual Systems and Multimedia Society (http://vsmm.org/about/leadership/).
Explore-AT International Steering Committee. ExploreAT! Exploring Austria’s culture through the language glass i…
B1 Benardou, A., Champion, E, Dallas, C., and Hughes, L., (Eds.). (2017). Cultural Heritage Infrastructures in Digital Humanities. Routledge, UK. Series: Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities.URL: https://www.routledge.com/Cultural-Heritage-Infras qtructures-in-Digital-Humanities/Benardou-Champion-Dallas-Hughes/p/book/9781472447128. ISBN-13: 978-1472447128.
B2 Champion, E. (2015). Critical Gaming: Interactive History and Virtual Heritage, Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities Series. London: Routledge (formerly Ashgate Publishing, UK, ISBN 978-1-4724-2291-0). ISBN 9781472422903. Published: 2015-09-11. Series: Digital…
UNESCO Chair of Cultural Heritage and Visualisation, and Professor at Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry, in the Humanities Faculty of Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. The purpose of the Chair is to promote an integrated system of research, training, information and documentation on virtual heritage sites and facilitate collaboration between high-level, internationally-recognized researchers and teaching staff of Curtin University and other institutions throughout the world. My recent books are Critical Gaming: Interactive History and Virtual Heritage for Routledge’s Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities Series, Playing with the Past (Springer, 2011), editor of Game Mods: Design, Theory and Criticism (ETC Press, 2012) and co-editor of Cultural Heritage Infrastructures in Digital Humanities (Routledge, 2017).
Fletcher Durant is the Preservation Librarian at the University of Florida Smathers Libraries. His work focuses on the preventive conservation of library and archival materials, the sustainability of cultural heritage, and risk management. He is a trained book and paper conservator and a Professional Associate of the American Institute for Conservation. Prior to joining the University of Florida, he was the Preservation Archivist for NYU Libraries and an Assistant Conservator for Special Collection at the New York Public Library.
I grew up in a family of poets originating from an enriched cultural heritage (both Persian and English) on the one side, and a digital-based environment (computers and smartphones) on the other. Putting them into practice in my higher education and work experience, I combined the two worlds to achieve my goal today called Digital Humanities: aiming to spread knowledge by the means of state-of-the-art E-tools.
I’m currently a postdoctoral fellow in Digital Public Humanities at Brown University‘s John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage. I’m interested in digital humanities, digital archives, public history, public humanities, the history of reading, libraries, new media, poetry, and comic books.