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- PublisherSpringer International Publishing AG
- Date of Publication29/04/2016
- GenreEconomics: Textbooks & Study Guides
- Place of PublicationCham
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- ImprintSpringer International Publishing AG
- Content Note10 black & white illustrations, 27 colour illustrations, 27 colour tables, biography
- Weight695 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine21 mm
- Edited byAntonella Fresa,Karol Jan Borowiecki,Neil Forbes
- Table Of ContentsPart I: Context of change.- Cultures and technology. An analysis of the changes currently taking place: the digital and the global dimension and local cultures.- Interdisciplinary collaborations in the creation of digital dance and performance: A critical examination.- Sound archives accessibility.- Technology and public access to cultural heritage: the Italian experience on IT for public historical archives.- Intellectual Property Rights and Photography: an Eternal Golden Braid.- Part II: Mediated and unmediated heritage.- A case study of an inclusive museum. The National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari became liquid .- The museum as information space.- The Museum of Gamers.- Part III: Co-creation and living heritage for social cohesion.- Change of museums by change of perspective - Reflecting experiences of museum development in the context of EuroVision - Museums Exhibiting Europe (EU Culture Project).- Technologies lead to adaptability and lifelong engagement with culture throughout the cloud.- Urban cultural heritage festivals: a resource for promoting community and territorial cohesion.- Tools you can trust? Co-design in community heritage work.- Crowdsourcing Culture: Challenges to Change.- Part IV: Identity.- The Spanish Republican exile: identity, belonging and memory in a digital way.- Chinese is getting back their own culture and tradition in digital era.
- Author BiographyKarol Jan Borowiecki is Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Economics at the University of Southern Denmark. He holds a PhD in Economics from Trinity College Dublin and a PhD in Economic History from Lund University. His research focuses primarily on cultural economics and economic history, but much of his work also touches on urban economics (creative clusters) and labor economics (especially the migration of creative people). He has published, among others, in the Review of Economics and Statistics, Journal of Urban Economics, Journal of Cultural Economics, European Review of Economic History and Oxford Economic Papers. He is the recipient of several academic prizes and grants, sits on the executive board of the Association for Cultural Economics International and is co-founder and co-editor of EconomistsTalkArt.org - a platform aimed at the dissemination of research-based policy analysis and commentary by cultural economists. Neil Forbes is Professor of International History at Coventry University, and Co-ordinator of the FP7 RICHES project - Renewal, Innovation and Change: Heritage and European Society. His research interests and publications lie in the following fields: conflict heritage, contested landscapes and the memorialisation of war; creative archiving and cultural heritage; the processes of financial stabilisation in Europe after the First World War; Anglo-American relations and the rise of the Third Reich; the interaction of foreign policy formulation and diplomacy with the business practices of multinational enterprise during the interwar years. He has played a leading role in a number of EU and UK research projects, including a GBP1m digitisation project in association with BT and The National Archives. Antonella Fresa is Director and Administrator of company Promoter Srl, she is an ICT expert and has been working on European cooperation projects since 1994. Since 2002, Technical Coordinator and Communication Manager of several national and European projects in the domains of digital cultural heritage, smart cities, digital preservation, e-Infrastructures. From 2002 to 2012, advisor of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities. From 1999 to 2002, Project Officer at the European Commission. Previously, researcher in the industry, and at Olivetti in Pisa, Ivrea and Cupertino (CA, USA). She regularly serves as independent expert for the European Commission and national research programmes. Author of articles about multilingual access to digital cultural Heritage, geo-coded digital cultural content, digital preservation. Enterprise Fellow at Coventry University. Project Manager of Digitalmeetsculture.net, the online communication platform powered by Promoter Srl.
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