Whose data is it anyway?

Whose data is it anyway?

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8.4.2021, 5 p.m. Kyiv time (3 p.m. London time)

Join us for the conversation "Whose data is it anyway?", focused on the ethics of digital and public history. This is one of the conversations between the partners in the projects supported by the GCRF (Global Challenges Research Fund): Ukraine, Liberia, and Great Britain.

From the Ukrainian side, the speakers will be the participants of "(Un)archiving (post)industry":

  • Iryna Sklokina and Oleksandr Makhanets (Center for Urban History), Collecting, digitizing, and sharing the archives of the industrial era
  • Anna Bahachenko (Mariupol Local History Museum), Whose data is it? Sharing private and institutional collections
  • Myroslava Liakhovych (Center for Urban History), Oral histories of industrial lives in the postindustrial city

The event will be supplemented by simultaneous translation to/from English/Ukrainian.

REGISTRATION is obligatory: https://bit.ly/30XctKR

(Un)archiving (Post)industry

The project focused on preserving the materials from company, institutional, and personal collections and their use in new research and art projects. It is implemented in partnership with the University of St Andrews (UK) and museums in Kramatorsk, Mariupol, and Pokrovsk.

Other projects to be discussed:

Third Generation Project – Education for Climate Justice thirdgenerationproject.org

Platform for Dialogue and Peace peaceinsight.org