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  • Authors: Briamont, Thomas; Collineau, Estelle; Leysten, Benoît; Duarte Cândido, Manuelina Maria;

    En avril 2019, les étudiants du master en muséologie de l’Université de Liège (Belgique) ont eu la chance de visiter Mértola. Située dans le sud du Portugal, cette petite ville est l’héritière d’un riche patrimoine valorisé depuis 1978 par le « Campo Arqueológico de Mértola ». Reposant sur les observations réalisées au cours de ce voyage, cet article analyse les aspects innovants et les défis de cette expérience singulière de muséalisation de l'archéologie. Un premier axe d’analyse s’intéresse au concept de « développement durable » qui est au centre du projet développé à Mértola. En effet, ce projet est articulé autour d’une forme alternative de développement reposant sur la richesse du patrimoine local, alors que la région est menacée par la dépopulation. Aussi, face aux dangers inhérents au tourisme de masse, Mértola propose comme alternative un tourisme culturel et rural qui rend à la communauté locale le bénéfice de ses efforts dans la préservation du patrimoine. Un deuxième aspect développé dans cette contribution est l’intégration des espaces archéologiques muséalisés dans le quotidien de la population locale. Véritable ville-musée, Mértola propose une conception particulière de l’archéologie qui, en tant que science ouverte, ne doit pas uniquement s’adresser aux spécialistes, mais également se mettre au service de la société. Au final, l’expérience singulière et innovante proposée à Mértola conduit à s’interroger sur notre conception du musée et sur son rôle dans notre société. In April 2019, the students of the Master in Museology at the University of Liège (Belgium) had the opportunity to visit Mértola. Located in southern Portugal, this small town is characterized by a rich heritage valued thanks to the "Mértola’s Archaeological Field" since 1978. Based on the observations made during this trip, this article analyses the innovative aspects and the challenges of this singular experience of archaeological musealization. The first axis of analysis focuses on the concept of "sustainable development" that is at the heart of the project conducted in Mértola. As a matter of fact, this project is articulated around an alternative form of development based on the richness of local heritage, while the region is suffering depopulation. Furthermore, facing the risks related with to mass tourism, Mértola proposes a cultural and rural tourism as an alternative, giving back to the local community the benefit of their efforts in preserving the heritage. A second aspect developed in this contribution is the integration of the archaeological museum spaces into the daily life of the local population. As a true museum-town, Mértola proposes a particular conception of Archaeology which, as an open science, should not only be a prerogative for specialists, but should also put itself at the service of society. In conclusion, the singular and innovative experience proposed in Mértola leads us to question our conception of museum and its role in our society. Em abril de 2019, os estudantes do Mestrado em Museologia da Universidade de Liège (Bélgica) tiveram a oportunidade de visitar Mértola. Situada no sul de Portugal, esta pequena cidade é herdeira de um rico patrimônio valorizado desde 1978 pelo "Campo Arqueológico de Mértola". Com base nas observações feitas durante esta viagem, este artigo analisa os aspectos inovadores e os desafios desta singular experiência de musealização arqueológica. O primeiro eixo de análise centra-se no conceito de "desenvolvimento sustentável" que está no cerne do projeto desenvolvido em Mértola. De fato, este projeto se articula em torno de uma forma alternativa de desenvolvimento baseada na riqueza do patrimônio local, enquanto que a região está ameaçada pelo despovoamento. Além disso, face aos perigos inerentes ao turismo de massas, Mértola propõe como alternativa um turismo cultural e rural que devolve à comunidade local o benefício dos seus esforços na preservação do patrimônio. Um segundo aspecto desenvolvido nesta contribuição é a integração dos espaços dos museus arqueológicos na vida quotidiana da população local. Como uma verdadeira cidade-museu, Mértola propõe uma concepção particular da Arqueologia que, como ciência aberta, não deve ser somente prerrogativa de especialistas, mas também colocar-se ao serviço da sociedade. Finalmente, a experiência singular e inovadora proposta em Mértola leva-nos a questionar a nossa concepção do museu e o seu papel na nossa sociedade. Les muséologies insurgées: échanges transnationaux Les sens, les temps et les destins des choses

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  • Authors: Abiriyi, N. (Nathan); Kwasu, K. J. (Katung);

    The present research article examines the myriad ways that the Dikan ritual performance among the Bajju people of Kaduna State, Northern West, Nigeria, is celebrated. The Dikan ritual performance in its current enactment can be gleamed as a cultural space for the remembrance of the essence and cultural identity of the Bajju tribe, in a world under the threat of rapid globalization, socio-cultural, and historical changes; which is made more prevalent by the exerting force of technology, popular culture, and postmodern elements demonstrated through various social media platforms and news outlets. The study begins by highlighting the background of Dikan ritual performance in Kajju from the precolonial to postcolonial Northern Nigeria. It espouses on the nature and structure of this ritual and its relevance to the Bajju people. It then makes recommendations on ways of sustaining this practice, to save it from extinction.

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    From page 2 to page 6. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 892230. The PI is Francesca Saggini. See CORDIS website at https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/892230

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    How did and does the fate of refugees unfold in internment camps? The contributors to this book facilitate an extensive engagement with the organized, state led, and forced placement of refugees in the past and present. They show the parallels and differences between the practices and types of internment in different countries - while considering the specific historical contexts. Moreover, they highlight the nexus of relationships and agencies which constitute the camps in question as transitory spaces. The contributions consist of analyses of local phenomena or case studies as well as comparative engagements from an international and/or historical perspective.

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    The museum and heritage sector has been shaken by debates over how to address colonialism, migration, Islamophobia, LGBTI+ and multiple other forms of difference. This major multi-researcher ethnography of museums and heritage in Berlin provides new insight into how ›diversity‹ is understood and put into action in museums and heritage. Exploring new initiatives and approaches, the book shows how these work - or do not - in practice. By doing so, it highlights ways forward - for research and action - for the future. The fieldwork locations on which this book is based include the Humboldt Forum, the Museum of Islamic Art, the Museum für Naturkunde, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, as well as Berlin streets and protests.

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    Authors: Künnap, Vivian;

    Valeuutiset eivät ole uusi käsite, mutta niiden leviämisen laajuus ja niiden aiheuttamat vahingot ovat huolestuttavia. Yhdysvaltain presidentinvaaleista vuonna 2016 COVID-19-pandemiaan ja nykypäivään asti, uutismediassa on kiertänyt valeuutisia, jotka muokkaavat yleisön mielipidettä. Valeuutiset muuttavat demokraattista keskustelua polarisoimalla ihmisten mielipiteitä kylväen epäluottamusta kansallisiin instituutioihin ja asettaen erilaisia ryhmiä toisiaan vastaan. Se on uhka demokratialle ja kansalliselle turvallisuudelle. On tärkeää estää valeuutisten leviäminen, ja yksi ratkaisu on luoda automaattinen valeuutisten havaitsemisjärjestelmä. Ratkaisua tutkitaan käyttämällä luonnollisen kielen käsittelyn (NLP) tehtäviä, etenkin tekstin luokittelua. NLP on tekoälyn tyyppi, missä tietokone opetetaan ymmärtämään ihmisten kieltä. Temaattisen analyysin avulla kuvataan valeuutisten havaitsemismallien päävaiheet sekä tekniikat, ja vertailevan analyysin avulla valikoidaan uusimmat ja onnistuneimmat mallit. Ja vaikka englannin kielellä on monia mahdollisia valeuutisten havaitsemismalleja, muille kielille ei ole paljon valikoimaa. Lisäksi analysoidaan, voidaanko nämä mallit toteuttaa myös suomen kielelle. Fake news is not a novel concept but the scale of its spread and the damage it has and continues to cause is alarming. From the US presidential elections in 2016 to the COVID-19 pandemic and today, fake news has been circulating in news media corrupting the public opinion. Fake news alters democratic discussions polarizing people’s opinions sowing distrust in national institutions and setting different groups against each other. It is a threat to democracy and national security. It is crucial to prevent fake news from spreading and one solution is to create an automatic fake news detection system. A solution is researched using natural language processing (NLP) tasks, namely text classification. NLP is a type of artificial intelligence that is essentially taught to understand human language. Using thematic analysis, the main steps and techniques of fake news detection models are described and through a comparative analysis the state-of-the-art models are distinguished. And while there are many potential fake news detection models for English there is not much variety for other languages. So, it is additionally analysed if these benchmark models can be implemented for Finnish language as well.

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  • Authors: Goffette, Quentin; Lepers, Christian; Jadin, Ivan; Rots, Veerle;
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    Authors: Gerència d’Àrea d’Economia, Recursos i Promoció Econòmica; Fundació Barcelona Cultura;

    Aprovat entre la Gerència d’Àrea d’Economia, Recursos i Promoció Econòmica i la Fundació Barcelona Cultura el 28-12-2022

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    Research compendium of the article "What lies in between: Levallois, discoid and intermediate methods"

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  • Authors: Briamont, Thomas; Collineau, Estelle; Leysten, Benoît; Duarte Cândido, Manuelina Maria;

    En avril 2019, les étudiants du master en muséologie de l’Université de Liège (Belgique) ont eu la chance de visiter Mértola. Située dans le sud du Portugal, cette petite ville est l’héritière d’un riche patrimoine valorisé depuis 1978 par le « Campo Arqueológico de Mértola ». Reposant sur les observations réalisées au cours de ce voyage, cet article analyse les aspects innovants et les défis de cette expérience singulière de muséalisation de l'archéologie. Un premier axe d’analyse s’intéresse au concept de « développement durable » qui est au centre du projet développé à Mértola. En effet, ce projet est articulé autour d’une forme alternative de développement reposant sur la richesse du patrimoine local, alors que la région est menacée par la dépopulation. Aussi, face aux dangers inhérents au tourisme de masse, Mértola propose comme alternative un tourisme culturel et rural qui rend à la communauté locale le bénéfice de ses efforts dans la préservation du patrimoine. Un deuxième aspect développé dans cette contribution est l’intégration des espaces archéologiques muséalisés dans le quotidien de la population locale. Véritable ville-musée, Mértola propose une conception particulière de l’archéologie qui, en tant que science ouverte, ne doit pas uniquement s’adresser aux spécialistes, mais également se mettre au service de la société. Au final, l’expérience singulière et innovante proposée à Mértola conduit à s’interroger sur notre conception du musée et sur son rôle dans notre société. In April 2019, the students of the Master in Museology at the University of Liège (Belgium) had the opportunity to visit Mértola. Located in southern Portugal, this small town is characterized by a rich heritage valued thanks to the "Mértola’s Archaeological Field" since 1978. Based on the observations made during this trip, this article analyses the innovative aspects and the challenges of this singular experience of archaeological musealization. The first axis of analysis focuses on the concept of "sustainable development" that is at the heart of the project conducted in Mértola. As a matter of fact, this project is articulated around an alternative form of development based on the richness of local heritage, while the region is suffering depopulation. Furthermore, facing the risks related with to mass tourism, Mértola proposes a cultural and rural tourism as an alternative, giving back to the local community the benefit of their efforts in preserving the heritage. A second aspect developed in this contribution is the integration of the archaeological museum spaces into the daily life of the local population. As a true museum-town, Mértola proposes a particular conception of Archaeology which, as an open science, should not only be a prerogative for specialists, but should also put itself at the service of society. In conclusion, the singular and innovative experience proposed in Mértola leads us to question our conception of museum and its role in our society. Em abril de 2019, os estudantes do Mestrado em Museologia da Universidade de Liège (Bélgica) tiveram a oportunidade de visitar Mértola. Situada no sul de Portugal, esta pequena cidade é herdeira de um rico patrimônio valorizado desde 1978 pelo "Campo Arqueológico de Mértola". Com base nas observações feitas durante esta viagem, este artigo analisa os aspectos inovadores e os desafios desta singular experiência de musealização arqueológica. O primeiro eixo de análise centra-se no conceito de "desenvolvimento sustentável" que está no cerne do projeto desenvolvido em Mértola. De fato, este projeto se articula em torno de uma forma alternativa de desenvolvimento baseada na riqueza do patrimônio local, enquanto que a região está ameaçada pelo despovoamento. Além disso, face aos perigos inerentes ao turismo de massas, Mértola propõe como alternativa um turismo cultural e rural que devolve à comunidade local o benefício dos seus esforços na preservação do patrimônio. Um segundo aspecto desenvolvido nesta contribuição é a integração dos espaços dos museus arqueológicos na vida quotidiana da população local. Como uma verdadeira cidade-museu, Mértola propõe uma concepção particular da Arqueologia que, como ciência aberta, não deve ser somente prerrogativa de especialistas, mas também colocar-se ao serviço da sociedade. Finalmente, a experiência singular e inovadora proposta em Mértola leva-nos a questionar a nossa concepção do museu e o seu papel na nossa sociedade. Les muséologies insurgées: échanges transnationaux Les sens, les temps et les destins des choses

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    Authors: Jacobs, Marc; Verreyke, Hélène; Zhang, Jiyun;
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  • Authors: Abiriyi, N. (Nathan); Kwasu, K. J. (Katung);

    The present research article examines the myriad ways that the Dikan ritual performance among the Bajju people of Kaduna State, Northern West, Nigeria, is celebrated. The Dikan ritual performance in its current enactment can be gleamed as a cultural space for the remembrance of the essence and cultural identity of the Bajju tribe, in a world under the threat of rapid globalization, socio-cultural, and historical changes; which is made more prevalent by the exerting force of technology, popular culture, and postmodern elements demonstrated through various social media platforms and news outlets. The study begins by highlighting the background of Dikan ritual performance in Kajju from the precolonial to postcolonial Northern Nigeria. It espouses on the nature and structure of this ritual and its relevance to the Bajju people. It then makes recommendations on ways of sustaining this practice, to save it from extinction.

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    From page 2 to page 6. This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 892230. The PI is Francesca Saggini. See CORDIS website at https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/892230

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    How did and does the fate of refugees unfold in internment camps? The contributors to this book facilitate an extensive engagement with the organized, state led, and forced placement of refugees in the past and present. They show the parallels and differences between the practices and types of internment in different countries - while considering the specific historical contexts. Moreover, they highlight the nexus of relationships and agencies which constitute the camps in question as transitory spaces. The contributions consist of analyses of local phenomena or case studies as well as comparative engagements from an international and/or historical perspective.

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    The museum and heritage sector has been shaken by debates over how to address colonialism, migration, Islamophobia, LGBTI+ and multiple other forms of difference. This major multi-researcher ethnography of museums and heritage in Berlin provides new insight into how ›diversity‹ is understood and put into action in museums and heritage. Exploring new initiatives and approaches, the book shows how these work - or do not - in practice. By doing so, it highlights ways forward - for research and action - for the future. The fieldwork locations on which this book is based include the Humboldt Forum, the Museum of Islamic Art, the Museum für Naturkunde, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, as well as Berlin streets and protests.

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    Authors: Künnap, Vivian;

    Valeuutiset eivät ole uusi käsite, mutta niiden leviämisen laajuus ja niiden aiheuttamat vahingot ovat huolestuttavia. Yhdysvaltain presidentinvaaleista vuonna 2016 COVID-19-pandemiaan ja nykypäivään asti, uutismediassa on kiertänyt valeuutisia, jotka muokkaavat yleisön mielipidettä. Valeuutiset muuttavat demokraattista keskustelua polarisoimalla ihmisten mielipiteitä kylväen epäluottamusta kansallisiin instituutioihin ja asettaen erilaisia ryhmiä toisiaan vastaan. Se on uhka demokratialle ja kansalliselle turvallisuudelle. On tärkeää estää valeuutisten leviäminen, ja yksi ratkaisu on luoda automaattinen valeuutisten havaitsemisjärjestelmä. Ratkaisua tutkitaan käyttämällä luonnollisen kielen käsittelyn (NLP) tehtäviä, etenkin tekstin luokittelua. NLP on tekoälyn tyyppi, missä tietokone opetetaan ymmärtämään ihmisten kieltä. Temaattisen analyysin avulla kuvataan valeuutisten havaitsemismallien päävaiheet sekä tekniikat, ja vertailevan analyysin avulla valikoidaan uusimmat ja onnistuneimmat mallit. Ja vaikka englannin kielellä on monia mahdollisia valeuutisten havaitsemismalleja, muille kielille ei ole paljon valikoimaa. Lisäksi analysoidaan, voidaanko nämä mallit toteuttaa myös suomen kielelle. Fake news is not a novel concept but the scale of its spread and the damage it has and continues to cause is alarming. From the US presidential elections in 2016 to the COVID-19 pandemic and today, fake news has been circulating in news media corrupting the public opinion. Fake news alters democratic discussions polarizing people’s opinions sowing distrust in national institutions and setting different groups against each other. It is a threat to democracy and national security. It is crucial to prevent fake news from spreading and one solution is to create an automatic fake news detection system. A solution is researched using natural language processing (NLP) tasks, namely text classification. NLP is a type of artificial intelligence that is essentially taught to understand human language. Using thematic analysis, the main steps and techniques of fake news detection models are described and through a comparative analysis the state-of-the-art models are distinguished. And while there are many potential fake news detection models for English there is not much variety for other languages. So, it is additionally analysed if these benchmark models can be implemented for Finnish language as well.

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  • Authors: Goffette, Quentin; Lepers, Christian; Jadin, Ivan; Rots, Veerle;
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