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A busy day

Tomorrow I’m off to Kalmar and Kalmar County Museum for a five month tour, hopefully longer. So it’s packing and finding out what I need for my first week. On Wednesday I’ll be part of a Nordic TAG panel on social media and archaeology – I’ll have to give some thought to that as well.

I’ll be back with some pics and thoughts on Kalmar tomorrow

Magnus Reuterdahl


Nordic TAG XI 2011

During Nordic TAG XI in Kalmar April 26th to April 29th I’ll be part of a panel discussion on social media – the problems, potentials, challenges & opportunities during the session Research and Outreach in the Digital Age – organized by Åsa M Larsson, Societas Archaeologica Upsaliensis, Sweden & Lars Lundkvist, Swedish National Heritage Board, Visby.

The speakers during the session is

  • The Iron Age Shock Doctrine – a GIS analysis of property rights in the landscape – Daniel Löwenborg, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University.
  • Reconstruction of ancient landscapes – posibilities for research – Kari Uotila, Department of Archaeology, University of Turku.
  • The Uppåkra Project: Digital Pipelines for the Documentation and Analysis of Archaeological Excavations in Three dimensions – Nicolò Dell’Unto, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund University.
  • Hvordan kan et stort, nationalt museum anvende sociale medier? – Charlotte S H Jensen, National Museum of Denmark, Copenhagen.
  • Digital Time Travels: A Collaboration Experience between Universities and Museums/Visitors Centres – Bodil Petersson, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Lund University
  • Dealing with the public and academic views of the Maya – Johan Normark, Department of Historical Studies, Göteborg University

I look forward to the session, the speakers and the panel discussion 🙂

Magnus Reuterdahl

 


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