2016-03-21, 14:30 — 16:00
Critical transmission activities: Memory institutions and digital editing
In this research seminar, I will discuss plans for a thesis by publication. Topics of my proposed articles will cover broad themes, including the relationship between Library and Information Science and the Digital Humanities; issues of copyright and licensing digital data in the EU and the UK; facilitating the reuse of digital data from digital projects; rethinking modes of dissemination of digital data to diverse user groups; and mapping the political landscape of cultural heritage digitization in Scandinavia.
Merisa about Merisa: I am a PhD candidate at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, University of Borås. Before coming to Borås, I worked and studied at the postgraduate level in the United States, France, and Scotland. During my PhD, I have been a Visiting Researcher at the Cambridge University Digital Library and a Visiting Student at the Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Cambridge University. I am a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Early Stage Research Fellow in the Digital Scholary Editions (DiXiT) Initial Training Network. The research conducted during my PhD is funded by this fellowship, a Marie Curie action which is part of the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for Research (FP7).