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The Quakebox: A container for post-quake oral history
In this paper Paul Millar outlines the development of the University of Canterbury Quakebox project, a collaborative venture between the UC CEISMIC Canterbury Earthquakes Digital Archive and the New Zealand Institute of ...
Print past. Digital present. Predictable future? Where will digital technology take the College of Arts in the 21st Century?
In this seminar Paul Millar discusses his involvement in Digital Humanities activities going back to the early 1990s, and outlines the often-unpredictable trajectory of some of the projects he has been involved with. ...
The City of the Fugitives: Does Selective Preservation of Disaster Memories Mean Selective Recovery From Disaster?
We’ll never know why the thirteen people whose corpses were discovered in Pompeii’s Garden of the Fugitives hadn’t fled the city with the majority of the population when Vesuvius turned deadly in AD79. But surely, thanks ...
Do You, Don't You, Want my Trauma?: Some Issues Facing Post-Disaster Memory Projects
The last few years have seen the emergence of a range of Digital Humanities projects concerned with archiving material related to traumatic events and disasters. The 9/11 Digital Archive, The Hurricane Memory Bank and the ...