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Report on the Delos/NSF working group on Emerging Language Technologies and the Rediscovery of the Past: A Research Agenda

Jeremy Black, Andera Bozzi, Cnr Pisa, Brian Fuchs, Kurt Gaertner, Stefan Rueger, Johns Jason, Jay Hopkins, Ponte, Peter Scharf, David Smith, Johns Hopkins (+1 others)
Our Delos/NSF working group explored the possibilities that emerging language technologies open up for teaching, learning and research in the broad area of cultural heritage.  ...  While students of the past stand to gain powerful new tools that will affect every aspect of their work, developers of language technology also would benefit from exploring the needs of new audiences and  ...  A detailed assessment would provide a roadmap for future language-technology research.  ... 

Designing the Past

Alessandro Soro, Jennyfer Lawrence Taylor, Margot Brereton
2019 Extended Abstracts of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
A technological intervention then can endow of new meaning the past, and through it the present and future.  ...  With our call we seek not to propose a revisionist agenda, one that erases the errors of the past to replace it with a more tolerable one.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290607.3310424 dblp:conf/chi/SoroTB19 fatcat:2tfq6rmw55d4rm63336eo33gr4

Transformative praxis through critical consciousness: A conceptual exploration of a decolonial access with success agenda

Neo P.B. Maseko
2018 Educational Research for Social Change  
This tool is used to draw attention to a critical decolonial social justice agenda that conceives of the university as a site for the inculcation of organised and multidimensional critical change agency  ...  A counterstrategy in the interests of the decolonial turn is the development of a professional identity where a culture of critical consciousness yields attributes that are indicative of, and consistent  ...  Steve Biko, as a proponent of black consciousness (BC), defined the BC movement as an antithesis to white racism and a striving towards the attainment of the real self-ultimately a rediscovery of true  ... 
doi:10.17159/2221-4070/2018/v7i0a6 fatcat:izu7hfgbbjcovl2gj23jol4kzi

German Federalism: Past, Present, Future

Pawel Lutomski, Maiken Umbach
2004 German Studies Review  
provided the framework for thinking about the organization of the German states until 1871 and largely set the agenda for the theoretical political debates about those states as well. 24 The rediscovery  ...  salaries of those working in education and research.  ...  The 'federal' elements in the constitution of that body were legacies of the former Bund established after Napoleon's defeat, and that in turn was a modified and rather streamlined version of the Holy  ... 
doi:10.2307/1433605 fatcat:cgdcl53psvgytjnicsmrhhicqe


2020 The Historical Journal  
deep past as dynamic and often at the cutting-edge of human technological innovation.  ...  At the same time, the study of Australia's deep past has become a venue for confronting colonial legacies, while also providing a new disciplinary approach to the question of reconciliation and the future  ...  place local Aboriginal interests in their own pasts at the centre of any research agenda.  Part of this process requires valuing oral traditions within research, even those traditions that extend deep  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0018246x20000369 fatcat:hp7c77s2qzgc7ka3qjkxuydgmm

Tangible User Interfaces: Past, Present, and Future Directions

Orit Shaer
2009 Foundations and Trends® in Human–Computer Interaction  
In the last two decades, Tangible User Interfaces (TUIs) have emerged as a new interface type that interlinks the digital and physical worlds.  ...  However, TUI research is still in its infancy and extensive research is required in order to fully understand the implications of tangible user interfaces, to develop technologies that further bridge the  ...  We also thank the many researchers that allowed us to use images of their work and provided us with such images and Megan Strait for helping to prepare this manuscript for print.  ... 
doi:10.1561/1100000026 fatcat:bbs4nsjei5bptddq4ptfe56xiq

The past is everywhere [chapter]

2021 Heritopia  
The shape of the hills was different from that of the original cliffs, and a new built-up area emerged with a port, hotels, housing, roads, and an airport.  ...  The Past is a Foreign Country thus belongs to the academic canon, has been called the "Bible" of heritage, and was crucial to the establishment of heritage studies as a separate field of research from  ...  the chapter discusses the list of outstanding and universal World Heritage sites as an example of canonisation and also as a reaction against an ongoing inflation of heritage.  ... 
doi:10.7765/9789198469943.00006 fatcat:mx3dngeyhvar3ad2sighguxyyy

Changes in Human Resources Management (Hrm) in Transition From Past Towards Today's Information Society

Hasan Aydoğdu, Ruhi Bağçivan
2020 Florya Chronicles of Political Economy  
In the past, practices known as employee record keeping, social service duties, personnel management, and industrial relations have become a phenomenon of HRM along with the processes of change and transformation  ...  In this respect, the applications and transformations of HRM from agricultural society to information society are investigated, based on the results of this theoretical research and the problems encountered  ...  responsibilities have been brought to the agenda (Woods, 1997: 392), * Rediscovery of human from the 1980s, * The need to look at human facts comprehensively, * Entering a period of productivity and development  ... 
doi:10.17932/iau.fcpe.2015.010/fcpe_v06i1003 fatcat:njljm3xwmvgbbg37fz5ki3dayy

'This is Not a Trivialization of the Past'

Yatun Sastramidjaja
2014 Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde  
The building of the road was suspended, and urban heritage was put on the political agenda.  ...  Rather, it represents a complex mode of engaging with the past, a 'social practice that mobilizes various signs of the past (colonial and otherwise) in the context of contemporary struggles' .  ... 
doi:10.1163/22134379-17004002 fatcat:2pze6hkptjf4vld6ouflgfa4re

Context and Content: Harold Innis, Marshall McLuhan, and George Grant and the Role of Technology in Modern Society

Philip Massolin
2008 Past Imperfect  
This growth, along with a growth in consumerism and mass culture, signalled the decline of the centrality of the humanities in the curricula of Canadian universities and the rise of the technological society  ...  Although not linked through friendships, professional collaboration, or common academic disciplines, their thoughts and criticisms of technology and mass culture were shaped in a context which they shared  ...  Modern advertising, a salient factor in the emergence ofcommon man,established witticisms, symbols and behaviour patterns, and a common language of discourse; it provided, in other words, a shared experience  ... 
doi:10.21971/p7d302 fatcat:opukzihyffac3hkftqlzkanav4

History in the making: the ornament of the Alhambra and the past-facing present

Lara Eggleton
2012 Journal of Art Historiography  
The pervasive view of the Nasrid period and its art as 'past-facing' would postpone a critical consideration of the ornament of the Alhambra on its own formal and ideological terms.  ...  An Islamic palatine fortress built near the city of Granada during the Nasrid period (1232-1492), the monument has undergone substantial transformations under Christian occupation, and through its 'rediscovery  ...  of production. 81 New perspectives on the 'Old Pile': 1960s to the present A wealth of contemporary research on the Alhambra has emerged partly as the result of the critical unpacking of the  ... 
doaj:1192117c6ecf4718be9a522c970f363c fatcat:mb7bctirtbdgvpu2j5hai2csfa

Performing the Past: Memory, History, and Identity in Modern Europe

Mare van den Eeden
2011 European Review of History  
; historiography, as theoreticians tell us, involves a rhetorical use of language and, in spite of all claims to impartiality, a specific vantage point, an unacknowledged agenda, a hidden bias.  ...  This is not antiquarianism, but a statement about the present couched in the language of the past.  ...  language and that appear to be different.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13507486.2011.591112 fatcat:76u7rowzvnahtpxv7rzl6tuak4

Past-Dependency, Pragmatism, and Critique of History in Adjudication and Legal Scholarship

Richard A. Posner
2000 The University of Chicago Law Review  
& Law is the most historically oriented, or if you like the most backward-looking, the most "past-dependent," of the professions.  ...  Using Nietzsche's great essay on the uses and disadvantages of history for life as his jumping-off poin Judge Posner examines the utility of the study of history for adjudication and legal scholarship.  ...  of it. 7 ' Ackerman is not a historian, and historical research is only a part of his academic work.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1600335 fatcat:rufjogfbm5fo3lxyh2pxs25epi

The view from North America

Stephen Griffin
2017 Liber Quarterly: The Journal of European Research Libraries  
The European Commission worked closely with North American colleagues in joint projects and developments. This paper describes developments with the National Science Foundation.  ...  (Dublin City University)-Janie Callan (Carnegie Mellon University) • ePhilology: Emerging Language Technologies and Rediscovery of the Past Co-leaders: Susan Hockey (University College London)- Gregory  ...  Early on, the Digital Libraries Initiative and the European Commission funded working groups to jointly explore technical, social and economic issues, plan common research agendas, share research results  ... 
doi:10.18352/lq.10191 fatcat:g3gdxy7lknan3n5h2o4ihpnfme

Digital libraries at a crossroads

Yannis Ioannidis
2005 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
Despite its youth, the field has made a long journey from its initial conception to the present state of the art and has reached a level of maturity that warrants taking stock of its course so far and  ...  paving a path for the immediate and long-term future.  ...  This work was supported by the Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme of the European Commission as part of the DELOS Network of Excellence (Contract IST-1999-12262).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-004-0098-4 fatcat:jsnpwgdi2fhlhdkp5xkojiy32y
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