CALL FOR PAPERS - VISUAL HERITAGE: DIGITAL REPRODUCTION AND CONTEXTUALISATION IN HERITAGE SCIENCE

9 FEB | BY ADMIN LITTLE STOKE

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Following the success of “Visual Heritage in the Digital Age” in Springer’s Cultural Computing Series, we’re now planning a second volume exploring emerging themes in digital heritage.

Under the broad title of Heritage Science, this aims to look at the role of digital technologies in preserving cultural and natural heritage at a global level the face of previously unimaginable threats: from climate change, through fake news to catastrophic insurrection.
The relevant disciplines listed below will form the themes of the volume:

• Heritage Science and Technology – definition and trends
• Modelling Past Environments – understanding the past
• Digital and Virtual Heritage Research and Applications – machine-facilitated heritage and human-machine-interfaces
• Crowd-sourcing and Democratisation of Digital Heritage
• Cultural and Creative Industries – societal and economic value

Interested? Want to submit a paper? Have a look at the attached PDF, find a copy here – https://goo.gl/QqJTsv – or contact the editor of your choice!

Professor Eugene Ch’ng FHEA
NVIDIA Joint-Lab on Mixed Reality, NVIDIA Technology Centre
University of Nottingham Ningbo China
Email: eugene.chng@nottingham.edu.cn

Professor Henry Chapman FSA
Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK
Email: h.chapman@bham.ac.uk

Professor Vincent Gaffney MBE FSA
School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences
Bradford, UK
Email: v.gaffney@bradford.ac.uk

Professor Andrew S. Wilson MCIfA, FHEA
School of Archaeological and Forensic Sciences
Bradford, UK
Email: A.S.Wilson2@bradford.ac.uk



Location

University of Bradford

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