Category: Conference

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Interactive Pasts: A Thank-You Letter to VALUE

Warning: This piece is way more personal and mushy than my usual writing, and I went backwards and forwards as to whether I should post it up before eventually…

ASA 2015: Poster Competition

From the 10th to the 13th I was in beautiful Edinburgh for the 3rd Annual Student Archaeology conference, presenting the poster (shown below) and a paper (to be…

Media, Language and Archaeological Narratives – An Experiment With Conference Papers In Twine

At the recent DHIS conference – held at the University of York – I presented a somewhat experimental paper which aimed to discuss and illustrate the ways in…

Some Reflections On “Connected Communities: Storytelling and the Archive”

I was lucky enough to attend the “connecting communities:digital storytelling and the archive” conference which was held at the University of Leeds between the 27th and 28th of…

PART III: My Presentation: The Great Divide: Accuracy and Authenticity in Heritage Video-Games

My last two posts have detailed the amazing #CTP2015 conference. This post will quickly run through my presentation with the aim of overviewing the key issues raised within…

PART II: A Personal Review of the Challenge the Past // Diversify the Future Conference

In my last blog post (which can be found here) I outlined the first day of the #CTP2015 conference. This post will pick up where that one left…

PART I: A Personal Review of the Challenge the Past // Diversify the Future Conference

Exhausted. Enthralled. Excited. Three words which neatly summarise how I am feeling having just returned from four deeply inspiring days at the “Challenge the Past // Diversify the Future”…