CONFERENCE: Sharing Cultural Heritage. Digital Networks of History & Sources in Eastern Europe (26-27.02.2018)

CONFERENCE: Sharing Cultural Heritage. Digital Networks of History & Sources in Eastern Europe (26-27.02.2018)

Place Gisonenweg 5-7, 35037 Marburg,
Organizer Herder-Institut Marburg
More info https://www.herder-institut.de/en/events-exhibitions/conferences/2018/sharing-cultural-heritage-digitale-netzwerke-der-geschichte-quellen-zu-ostmitteleuropa.html

Sharing Cultural Heritage. Digital Networks of History & Sources in Eastern Europe

26–27 February 2018 Herder Institute, Marburg

Final Conference of the Project “Monuments and Artworks in East Central Europe Research Infrastructure (FoKO)” 

The international collaborative research project “Monuments and artworks in East-Central Europe Research Infrastructure”, funded by the Leibniz Association, pursued the aim of building an interactive art historical research infrastructure, with which methods, concepts and products of digital art history can be applied and tested. The FoKO project focused on the particular achievements of the artistic production of East-Central Europe, a region characterized by complex historical dynamics. The transnational integration of catalogued data and images will lead to creation of the knowledge portal. It will present the multiple interrelations of the artistic development in East-Central Europe between 1000 and 1800, cultural and historical references. The Research Infrastructure will serve as a basis for analyzing monuments, artworks and their functions, as well as artistic categories. It can help to understand the phenomena in their European context and it will enable a comparative view of the history of style and tradition, cultural transfer, patronage and network-building amongst artists and architects.
http://www.herder-institut.de/en/research-projects/current-projects/scientific-infrastructure-for-art-historical-monuments-in-east-central-europe.html

Conference programm:

Monday, 26 February 2018
Herder Institute, main building, entrance hall
14.00-14.15 Peter Haslinger (Herder Institute, University of Gießen): Inauguration/Introduction
14.15-14.30 Christian Bracht (University of Marburg, Bildarchiv Foto Marburg): Welcome
14.30-14.45 Christian Lübke (Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe): Welcome
14.45-15.30 Dietmar Popp, Ksenia Stanicka-Brzezicka (Herder Institute): “Monuments and Artworks in East Central Europe Research Infrastructure (FoKO)” – Summary of Project Experience and Introduction
to the Exhibition
15.30-16.30 Exhibition tour, buffet
Lecture hall
Keynote lecture with Introduction Peter Haslinger
16.30-17.15 Georg Schelbert (Humboldt-University of Berlin): Virtuelle Kunstlandschaften
17.15-18.00 Discussion
18.00-18.30 Immanuel Normann (pagina GmbH Publikationstechnologien): Presentation of the Frontend
18.30 Buff et (catering in foyer of the lecture hall)

Thursday, 27 February 2018
Herder Institute, Lecture hall
9.00-9.10 Welcome
PANEL 1 (moderated by Ksenia Stanicka-Brzezicka)
9.10-9.30 Dietmar Popp (Herder Institute): Von der Bestandsdatenbank bis zur virtuellen Forschungsinfrastruktur: Visuelle und digitale Online-Ressourcen zu Kunst- und Kulturgeschichte in Ostmitteleuropa am Herder-Institut
9.30-9.50 Wilfried Franzen, Dirk Suckow (Leibniz Institute for the History and Culture of Eastern Europe): Forschen über, in und mit Ostmitteleuropa. Das Kunsthandbuchprojekt am GWZO Leipzig
9.50-10.10 Ivan Gerát (Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of Art History): Great Questions of the Small – the Research Infrastructure for art History between Politics and Philosophy
10.10-10.30 József Sisa (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Art History): The Digital Archives of the Institute of Art History of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in the Hungarian Institutional Context
10.30-10.50 Orsolya Bubryák (Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Art History): Quellenforschung und ihre Grenzen – am Beispiel ostmitteleuropäischer Gemäldesammlungen aus dem 17. Jahrhundert
10.50-11.10 Coffee break
PANEL 2 (moderated by Eszter Gantner)
11.10-11.30 Ewa Manikowska (The Institute of Art of the Polish Academy of Sciences): The Fading Cultural Hheritage of Eastern Europe in Historical Photographic Collections. Repatriating a European Heritage with the Mean of Digitisation
11.30-11.50 Agnieszka Seidel-Grzesińska, Elżbieta Herden (University of Wrocław): Aggregation, Integration, Zugang – ausgewählte Probleme der Erschließung von heterogenen Forschungsdaten
11.50-12.10 Emilia Kłoda (Ossoliński National Institute): Usability vs Value. Cultural Heritage online Sources from Poland
12.10-13.00 Buffet
PANEL 3 (moderated by Dietmar Popp)
13.00-13.20 Eszter Gantner (Herder Institute): Eastern European Jewish Heritage online
13.20-13.40 Kamila Bojarska (Bildarchiv Foto Marburg): Dokumentation von Kunstdenkmälern: Richard Hamanns Fotokampagne in Polen im Jahr 1933
13.40-14.00 Laura Lūse (Rundale Palace Museum), Agnese Bergholde-Wolf (Herder Institute): Dokumentation von Kulturerbe im Baltikum als Herausforderung für die lettische, litauische und deutsche Zusammenarbeit
14.00-14.20 Sławomir Brzezicki (Herder Institute): Digitaler Dehio Ostmitteleuropa – Entwicklungsperspektiven eines Handbuches der Kunstdenkmäler
14.20-15.00 Discussion
  
Related event: exhibition Kulturerbe im Fokus. Alte und neue Fotografien aus dem internationalen Verbundprojekt „FoKO"
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