By Inge Zwart Memory studies, heritage studies, and social theory theorize on collective memory: how is it shaped, which memories are included, who is ‘creating’
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By Inge Zwart and Dydimus Zengenene, Isto Huvila Every semester, all POEM roads lead to one of the partner institutions across Europe for a one-week
Conference: Infrastructures and Inequalities: Media Industries, Digital Cultures and Politics Venue: University of Helsinki, Finland Paper Abstract By Quoc-Tan Tran, University of Hamburg Objective: In
Part One By Dydimus Zengenene (Uppsala University) One of the key training and research components of the POEM project is ‘secondment’. Secondments entail engagement of POEM fellows with partner
By Anne Chahine Introduction It’s a beautiful sunny Monday morning at the end of July. Another cruise ship recently arrived to Nuuk, the capital of
‘What’s missing?’ Reflections on the thought-provoking conference at Museum Europäischer Kulturen, 26 – 28 June 2019 in Berlin
By Susanne Boersma and Franziska Mucha On the occasion of its 20th birthday, the Museum Europäischer Kulturen (MEK) – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin invited international
By Angeliki Tzouganatou This past summer semester from April to July 2019, the Institute of European Ethnology/Cultural Anthropology at the University of Hamburg, a POEM
Beyond Digital Collecting – Participatory Experiments in the House of Austrian History’s Online Museum
By Stefan Benedik When in 2018, the House of Austrian History opened, this first federal museum dedicated to the country’s more recent past didn’t only
By Asnath Kambunga When the flight captain announced that we will be landing at Hosea Kutako International Airport in a few minutes, I looked over
By Susanne Boersma (Staatliche Museen zu Berlin – SPK) Museums have increasingly initiated projects that reflect on (forced) migration, through which they aim for a
Abstract for the Web Archiving Conference in Zagreb at the International Internet Preservation Consortium (IIPC) By Lorenz Widmaier Twenty-five thousand photographs are within the collection
Report from the Round Table Discussion of the German Research Foundation on Research Data Management in Ethnological Disciplines, Berlin 10 May 2019 By Gertraud Koch
POEM Meets Glasgow – Reflections on Knowledge Hub II: Theories, Approaches and Ethical Issues of Memory Work
By Maria Economou, Franziska Mucha, Cassandra Kist The University of Glasgow (UGLA) team welcomed the POEM network at Kelvin Hall where the first half
A research on personal information management and cultural information needs of immigrants and their descendants. By: Maja Krtalić, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand and
By: Cassandra Kist The University of Glasgow’s Hunterian Museum is one of the many cultural heritage institutions that form an essential part of the
By: Jennifer Krückeberg, Angeliki Tzouganatou, Quoc-Tan Tran, Samantha Lutz The Knowledge Hub week started with a series of workshops at the Institute of European
By: Sandra Trostel The disruption of the traditional copyright model which the film business is based on is rapidly progressing through digitalization. As a result,
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 764859.