Publications and presentations online
Web talks on digital archaeology
In these short videos early career scholars, senior researchers, and academics from Europe and North America talk about how and why they began using digital archaeology methods and how they developed their digital archaeology skills. The interviews took place during the CAA 2019 conference in Tübingen and the videos were produced as part of the work of WG 4: Digital Scholarship.
- Digital Archaeology I: How did you get started?
- Digital Archaeology II: What is the Value of DA in your work?
- Digital Archaeology III: How do you develop Digital Archaeology Skills?
Presentations from COST-ARKWORK Final Conference Feb 10, 2021
- Opening of the conference
- Keynote: Dr. Rachel Opitz, University of Glasgow “Self-evidently Revolutionary”
- COST-ARKWORK Working Groups present highlights of their work
- Invited lightning talks
- HERISTEM (Rajna Sosic Klindzic, University of Zagreb)
- CAPTURE (Lisa Börjesson & Zanna Friberg, Uppsala University) (Slides PDF)
- PURE3D (Costas Papadopoulos, University of Maastricht)
- Text Analysis of Stecci Inscriptions (Meliha Handzic, International Burch University) (Slides PDF)
- Searching, Accessing, and Discovering: Factors that influence the findability, accessibility, and discoverability of digitised archaeological collections (Anna Leary, University College Dublin)
- E-CURATORS (Costis Dallas, University of Toronto & Digital Curation Unit, Athena Research Centre)
- Summing up coffee table discussions
- Roundtable: Archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment (Costis Dallas, Antonia Davidovic, Suzie Thomas, Jeremy Huggett, Amber Cushing, Moderator: Isto Huvila)
- Industry Forum Roundtable: Industry perspectives to archaeological practices and knowledge work in the digital environment (Dorina Moullou, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Education and Religious Affairs; Dirk Rieke-Zapp, Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence; Suvi Debenjak, Inari Software AG; Kari Uotila, Muuritutkimus Ltd.; James Kyle, Archaeology and Built Heritage Ireland and Chair, Institute of Archaeologists Ireland; Kai Salas Rossenbach, INRAP; Moderator: Isto)
- Closing of the conference
Presentations from the On Shifting Grounds conference (Rethymno, Crete, Oct 3-5, 2019)
- Matt Edgeworth, University of Leicester: "The shifting location of the act of discovery, and the implications for the study of the production of archaeological knowledge"
- Betsey Robinson, Vanderbilt University: "By the Streams of the Source: Reflections on the American School Excavations of Ancient Corinth from the Peirene Valley (1898 to Present)"
- Mary Leighton, University of Michigan: "Six Years of Eternal Winter: The Temporalities of Field Work Between the Global North and South"
- Lisa Börjesson, Uppsala University: "Autonomy, harmonization and decision-making in presentations of data – a comparative perspective on digital research documentation in archaeology and biomedicine"
- Allison Mickel, Lehigh University: "The Unmanned Sieve: How local archaeological expertise is made invisible, and how to see it again"
- Colin Wallace, University of Waterloo: "Symbiosis Between Local Communities and Foreign Archaeological Institutions on Long Term Archaeological Excavations in Greece: A Corinthian Example"
- Zachary Batist, University of Toronto: "Untangling and extending the discursive relations mediated by archaeological data through grounded research"
- Jeremy Huggett, University of Glasgow: "Digital Agency in Archaeological Practice"
- Eric Poehler, University of Massachusetts-Amherst: "Digital Technologies and the Transformations of Archaeological Labor"
- Felix Rösch, Göttingen University: "Transferring analogue excavation documentation into the digital age – an interpretative chaîne opératoire"
- Markos Katsianis, University of Patras, Kostas Kotsakis, Aristotle University and Filippos Stefanou, Paliambela Kolindros Archaeological Programme: "Re-mediating the excavation archive"
- Maurice Murphy, Virtual Building Lab, Sara Pavia, Trinity College Dublin, Simona Scandura, University Federico II of Naples, Eimear Meegan, Virtual Building Lab, Anthony Corns, Discovery Programme Ireland, Shane Lenihan, OPW and Antonella DiLuggo, University Federico II of Naples: "Study of Archaeological Knowledge Content for Virtual Reconstruction"
- Dorina Moullou, Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports/ Hellenic Open University, Rebeka Vital, Shenkar Israel, Stella Sylaiou, Hellenic Open University, Suvi Debenjak, Inari Software, Hrvoje Kalafatić, Institute of Archaeology in Zagreb and Rajna Šošić-Klindžić, University of Zagreb: "Technological tools for data acquisition in archaeology: How are they affecting the archaeological knowledge production"
- Delia Ní Chíobhaín Enqvist, Linnaeus University: "Digital Maritime Sights"
- Ingrida Kelpšienė, Vilnius University and Costis Dallas, University of Toronto/IMSI Athena Research Centre: "Archaeological communities on Facebook" at Cost ARKWORK Conference "On shifting grounds – the study of archaeological practices in a changing world"
- Suzie Thomas, University of Helsinki, Irmelin Axelsen, University of Oslo and Vykintas Vaitkevicius, Vilnius University: "Hobbyist Metal Detectorists in Europe: a web focus group of their uses and interests in digital tools and applications"
- Rimvydas Laužikas, Vilnius University, Johanna Enqvist, University of Helsinki, Pedro Luengo, University of Seville, Rajna Šošić-Klindžić, University of Zagreb, and Marina Toumpouri, Athonite Digital Archaeology: "Archaeology and the Nation: how archaeological knowledge is reused for strength of national identity"
- Meliha Handzic, International Burch University: "Archaeology in Contemporary Arts: A Case of Stecci"
- Helena Nobre, University of Aveiro and Ana Sousa, University of Minho: "May archaeology and cultural heritage contribute to creating a memorable nation brand image?"
- Isto Huvila, Uppsala University: "Where to find archaeological information work and how to CAPTURE it"
- Paul Reilly, University of Southampton: "Meeting archaeological assemblages halfway"
- Espen Uleberg, Museum of Cultural History Oslo: "Using an Archaeological Infrastructure in Norway"
- Holly Wright and Julian Richards, Archaeology Data Service UK: "Stewardship and equity within digital archaeological research infrastructures"
- ARKWORK on Zenodo
- Paliou, E.; Papadopoulos, C.; Huggett, J. & Huvila, I. (Eds.) Special issue: Digital Scholarship in Archaeology. Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 2019-2020.
- Special issue: Archaeological Practice on Shifting Grounds. Open
Archaeology. Coordinating Editors: Åsa Berggren, Antonia Davidovic
- Special Issue of the Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage. Edited by Costis Dallas and Ingrida Kelpšienė.
- Proceedings of the On the Shifting Grounds Conference. A special issue of journal: Opuscula Archaeologica. Zagreb University. Edited by Rajna Sosic-Klindzic and Theodora Moullou.
- Articles and texts
- Isto Huvila; Jeremy Huggett. Archaeological Practices, Knowledge Work and Digitalisation. Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology 2514-8362
- Rimvydas Laužikas; Costis Dallas; Suzie Thomas; Ingrida Kelpšienė; Isto Huvila; Pedro Luengo; Helena Nobre; Marina Toumpouri; Vykintas Vaitkevičius Archaeological Knowledge Production and Global Communities: Boundaries and Structure of the Field. Open Archaeology 2300-6560.
- Huvila, I.; Enqvist, J.; Thomas, S. & Uotila, K. Eurooppalainen COST-ARKWORK -verkosto tutkii arkeologista työtä ja tiedontuotantoa. Muinaistutkija, 2017(4), 57-59
- Pálsson, G.; Roued-Cunliffe, H.; Huggett, J.; Paliou, E.; Trafiglia, A.; Davidovic, A.; Laužikas, R.; Thomas, S.; Dallas, C. & Huvila, I.ARKWORK: Archaeological practices and knowledge in the digital environment ARKWORK: Archaeological practices and knowledge in the digital environment. In Mäkelä, E.; Tolonen, M. & Tuominen, J. (Eds.) DHN 2018 book of abstracts, University of Helsinki, 2017, 187-188.
- C. Dallas & I. Kelpšienė. “Archaeology and Social Networking Sites: A Systematic Literature Review and Conceptual Analysis of Topics, Questions and Approaches.” In Abstracts: Human History and Digital Future: CAA Tübingen (2018), 198. Tübingen: University of Tübingen, 2018.
- McKeague, P.; van't Veer, R.; Huvila, I.; Moreau, A.; Verhagen, P.; Bernard, L.; Cooper, A.; Green, C. & van Manen, N. Mapping Our Heritage: Towards a Sustainable Future for Digital Spatial Information and Technologies in European Archaeological Heritage Management. Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 2019, 2, 89-104.
- Meegan, E., Murphy, M., Scandura, S., Keenaghan, G., Chenaux, A., Corns,A,. (2020), A Framework for Virtual Learning utilising Digital Representation of Archaeology and Architectural Heritage to be submitted to EuroMed 2020 Digital Cultural Heritage Documentation, Preservation and Protection. http://www.euromed2020.eu/
- Murphy, M., S. Fai, T. Molnar, S. Pavia, S. Scandura and E. Meegan, in press. Virtual Historic Centres - digital portals for curation of tangible and intangible cultural assets. In S. D’Amico and V. Venuti (eds), Springer Handbook of Cultural Heritage Analysis. Switzerland: Springer.
- Costas Papadopoulos, Paul Reilly, The digital humanist: Contested status within contesting futures, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, Volume 35, Issue 1, April 2020, Pages 127–145.
- Isto Huvila; Michael Olsson; Ixchel M. Faniel; Marija Dalbello; Costis Dallas Archaeological perspectives in information science. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2373-9231; 2373-9231