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Digitizing Ancient Dance

Tweet On April 20 and 21 2016, members of the Oxford-Umeå research project Ancient Dance in Modern Dancers (ADMD), in association with Lausanne-based dance academy Le Marchepied made use of Sliperiet’s motion-capture facility as part of our investigation of dance … Continue reading

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#DigiGiella16

Tweet On Monday, March 7, during the Sami festival Ubmejen Biejvieh, Humlab hosted , a conference about how digital technology can preserve and develop the Sami languages. The conference was arranged by the Sami Parliament’s Language Center, Humlab, Umeå Municipality … Continue reading

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Participant reflections on the Gender and Status Competition Workshop @ HUMlab-X – Part I

Tweet On November 26 and 27 2015, the Umeå Group for Premodern Studies (UGPS) held an international workshop at HUMlab-X on Gender and Status Competition in Premodern Societies (GSC 2015), with the financial support of the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond, the Umeå … Continue reading

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Guest blogger Professor Pelle Snickars: “Streaming Heritage: ‘Following Files’ in Digital Music Distribution”

Tweet The research project “Streaming Heritage: ‘Following Files’ in Digital Music Distribution”, funded by the Swedish Research Council, is now in its second year. The project team consists of Pelle Snickars (project leader), Rasmus Fleischer, Anna Johansson, Patrick Vonderau and … Continue reading

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Digital humanities reinforces its position

Tweet Johanna Drucker sees a future with a humanities that becomes increasingly digital Johanna Drucker is the Breslauer Professor of Bibliographical Studies in the Department of Information Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Johanna Drucker is one … Continue reading

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