Dr. Nicole Basaraba

Assistant Professor in Digital Humanities, TCD

Nicole Basaraba


CFP: International Conference on Sustainable Digital Heritage

The closing conference of the Terra Mosana project will focus on key aspects enhancing technological, societal, and organisational sustainability, such as the importance of collaboration, participatory approaches and social inclusion, digital storytelling for cultural heritage, as well as governance and legal frameworks for digital heritage. It will bring together researchers, policy makers, professionals and practitioners to explore
Ladder and books by Marco Zanferrari is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

Postdoc Professional Development – Departmental Integration

Getting Embedded within your Department / Faculty Something that Maastricht University does, that I’m unaware whether other universities do, is invite postdoctoral researchers to Department meetings! Now in COVID times, another Zoom meeting doesn’t sound very thrilling as a researcher, but have to concede that it is one of the simplest and most-effective contributors to
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Book Launch Event – Wolves at the Door: Migration, Dehumanization, Rewilding the World

About the Author: Peter Arnds is the Director of the MPhil. in Comparative Literature at Trinity College Dublin. His current research examines the links between cultural production and species politics as well as the philosophy of walking in world literature. He is a member of the PEN Centre for German-Speaking Writers Abroad and of Academia
Map of Commonlands, Italy

Virtually Visiting Val Grande Parco Nationale – Comuniterrae Project

Commonlands: A Rural Participatory Path of Territorial Enhancement in the Southern Aps of Italy This week I participated in a virtual visit of the Commonlands in ValGrande, Italy. The three-day visit, focused on the Comuniterrae Project funded by Creative Europe, was hosted by Cultural Heritage in Action. Read a quick overview of the project in
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The Walking Meeting In Lockdown Times

This is sort of a follow-up to my post on the idea of the Virtual Power Hour for academic productivity during COVID. I have been talking ‘Walking Meetings” lately and have made a few observations that I wanted to share. From my experience to date, a Walking Meeting is usually scheduled for one hour, but