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  • Authors: Science Museum Group;

    This digital exhibit (film) builds on knowledge about the Imperial clock collection and cultivates interpretation techniques for cultural heritage in different contexts. It was created as part of the Zimingzhong exhibition. This film captures the middle screen of the exhibit.

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  • Authors: Science Museum Group;

    This digital exhibit (film) builds on knowledge about the Imperial clock collection and cultivates interpretation techniques for cultural heritage in different contexts. It was created as part of the Zimingzhong exhibition. This film captures the right screen of the exhibit.

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    This digital exhibit (film) builds on knowledge about the Imperial clock collection and cultivates interpretation techniques for cultural heritage in different contexts. It was created as part of the Zimingzhong exhibition. This film captures the left screen of the exhibit.

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  • Data citation plays a crucial role in Open Science, especially in diverse domains like cultural heritage. With its inherently interdisciplinary nature, establishing a robust methodology for data citation becomes essential. This methodology not only aids in identification and attribution but also fosters integration across disciplines. The ongoing project “A FAIR-enabling citation model for Cultural Heritage Objects”, funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 program, aims to design a sustainable and FAIR-enabled citation model for cultural heritage objects (CHO), emphasizing the multidimensional nature of citation within this context. Supported by EOSC Future and the Research Data Alliance, this project engages in a series of activities to develop and assess its citation model, leveraging specific case studies.

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  • Authors: Calderón-Cerrato, Beatriz; González-Pérez, César; Vuelta-Santín, Rubén;

    El proyecto ACME se centra en el análisis argumental, conceptual y agencial de los discursos de diferentes agentes involucrados en cinco casos de estudio sobre patrimonio cultural en España: Mansilla de la Sierra (La Rioja), presentado en este vídeo, el patrimonio inmediato de los jóvenes en el municipio de Ames (A Coruña), el Pont del Diable de Martorell (Baix Llobregat), el Pórtico de la Gloria de la catedral de Santiago de Compostela y la fábrica de vidrio de Trinidad en Sevilla. Los resultados permitirán esbozar políticas de gestión del patrimonio que presten una atención especial a estos agentes, a menudo olvidadas. Redes sociales del proyecto: Twitter (@patrimonio30) y blog: https://patrimonio3punto0.wordpress.com/ Proyecto PID2020-114758RB-I00 financiado por MCIN/ AEI /10.13039/501100011033. Realización de vídeo: Beatriz Calderón-Cerrato; Edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Producción: INCIPIT-CSIC. Peer reviewed

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    Film . 2023 . Peer-reviewed
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  • Authors: López, Marissa;

    Picturing Mexican America (PMA) is a cluster of public facing, digital humanities projects that illuminate the history of nineteenth-century, Mexican Los Angeles. In collaboration with the Los Angeles Public Library, Professor López has built a mobile app, curated social media feeds, and collaborated with other public facing institutions in Los Angeles to circulate archival materials in the public sphere. In this talk Professor López will describe PMA's activities as well as the digital work and education necessary for her and her research team to bring these projects to fruition.

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  • Authors: Smilges, Logan;

    The value of visibility is contingent on a variable, embodyminded social currency. Being seen tends to benefit most the people whose bodies and minds adhere closest to norms structured by whiteness, cisnormativity, and abledness. In their interactive talk, J. Logan Smilges shows how queer and otherwise marginalized populations navigate the risks that subtend their precarious visibility. Centering their analysis on the dating app Grindr, Smilges introduces profile pictures as a digital site for rhetorical quieting--a strategy whereby users regulate how their bodyminds signify to people around them. As part of their talk, Smilges will offer an opportunity for attendees to evaluate how their own social media use is situated within a political matrix of presence and absence.

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    Authors: Vuelta-Santín, Rubén; Criado-Boado, Felipe; Armada, Xosé-Lois; Ferro Vázquez, María Cruz;

    Vídeo del Laboratorio de Arqueometría del Patrimonio (LAPa) del INCIPIT-CSIC. Plataforma científico-técnica para Paleoambiente, Arqueometría y Conservación del Patrimonio Cultural. La construcción del LAPa del INCIPIT-CSIC se realizó entre 2021 y 2023. Los agentes implicados en su proyecto de diseño y construcción fueron: Financiación: SGAOI (Secretaría General Adjunta de Obras e Infraestructuras del CSIC); Dirección facultativa: OTO (Oficina Técnica de Obras) de la SGAOI; Plan funcional y coordinación: Felipe Criado-Boado, Anxo Rodríguez-Paz, Lois Armada, Cruz Ferro, Joeri Kaal; Diseño general y mobiliario: ILD (Integrated Lab Design); Diseño instalaciones: MARAGAL Ingeniería S.L.; Mobiliario: ROMERO Muebles de Laboratorio; Extracción y Clima: GARABAL Instalaciones; Electricidad y electrónica: MAREI S.L.; Suministros electrónicos: ASIMOV; Iluminación: INSATEL; Obra civil: POLI COUSELO Construcción y Reforma; Vitrinas de gases y usos generales: WALDNER; Equipo de purificación de agua: METROHM; Agradecimiento personal a: Mari Carmen González Peñalver, Javier Arguedas, Manuel García, Juan Luis Castro, Carlin de Marei, Hipólito Couselo, Ricardo Herreruela, Cristina García Diego, Alberto Álvarez. Imagen y edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Revisión de textos: Felipe Criado-Boado, Xosé-Lois Armada, María Cruz Ferro Vázquez; Música: Icelandic Arpeggios - DivKid (YouTube Audio Library). Peer reviewed

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    This digital exhibit (film) builds on knowledge about the Imperial clock collection and cultivates interpretation techniques for cultural heritage in different contexts. It was created as part of the Zimingzhong exhibition. This film captures the middle screen of the exhibit.

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  • Data citation plays a crucial role in Open Science, especially in diverse domains like cultural heritage. With its inherently interdisciplinary nature, establishing a robust methodology for data citation becomes essential. This methodology not only aids in identification and attribution but also fosters integration across disciplines. The ongoing project “A FAIR-enabling citation model for Cultural Heritage Objects”, funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 program, aims to design a sustainable and FAIR-enabled citation model for cultural heritage objects (CHO), emphasizing the multidimensional nature of citation within this context. Supported by EOSC Future and the Research Data Alliance, this project engages in a series of activities to develop and assess its citation model, leveraging specific case studies.

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  • Authors: Calderón-Cerrato, Beatriz; González-Pérez, César; Vuelta-Santín, Rubén;

    El proyecto ACME se centra en el análisis argumental, conceptual y agencial de los discursos de diferentes agentes involucrados en cinco casos de estudio sobre patrimonio cultural en España: Mansilla de la Sierra (La Rioja), presentado en este vídeo, el patrimonio inmediato de los jóvenes en el municipio de Ames (A Coruña), el Pont del Diable de Martorell (Baix Llobregat), el Pórtico de la Gloria de la catedral de Santiago de Compostela y la fábrica de vidrio de Trinidad en Sevilla. Los resultados permitirán esbozar políticas de gestión del patrimonio que presten una atención especial a estos agentes, a menudo olvidadas. Redes sociales del proyecto: Twitter (@patrimonio30) y blog: https://patrimonio3punto0.wordpress.com/ Proyecto PID2020-114758RB-I00 financiado por MCIN/ AEI /10.13039/501100011033. Realización de vídeo: Beatriz Calderón-Cerrato; Edición de vídeo: Rubén Vuelta-Santín; Producción: INCIPIT-CSIC. Peer reviewed

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