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The detailed conference programme is now available here
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The conference will address the following themes
- Archival records and social memory
- Archives as ‘big data’ and the reuse of data
- Artificial intelligence and archives
- Privacy and rights-in-records in the digital age
- The future of private archives and personal collections in the digital age
- Tom Nesmith, Professor Emeritus, Archival Studies, Dept. of History, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada
Archives, the Public Square, and Digital Public Infrastructure
- Devon Mordell, Educational Developer, MacPherson Institute, McMaster University, Canada:
Oil, Abundance, and Intangibility: Mapping the Contours of an Archives-as-Data Paradigm
Call for papers and presentations
We invite proposals for individual papers and oral presentations, and for complete conference sessions with two to four presentations within the conference themes.
An abstract for an individual paper should not exceed 300 words (excluding references). Session proposals should include abstracts for each paper as well as a max. 300-word summary of the theme of the session.
We invite everybody who has practical experience or insights they want to share and discuss, but do not have time or otherwise the possibility to draft a paper, to propose an oral presentation (with or without PowerPoint; 20 minutes). Abstracts for oral presentations should not exceed 300 words.
Abstracts will be evaluated by a scientific committee consisting of the following network members: Ann-Sofie Klareld (University of Lund, Sweden), Christian Larsen (senior archivist, The National Archives, Denmark), Greg Bak (University of Manitoba, CAN), Marianne Rostgaard (Aalborg University, Denmark)), Pekka Henttonen (University of Tampere, Finland), and Seren Wendelken (NZ and Monash University, AUS).
Abstracts must be uploaded via EasyChair.