I was delighted to give a paper called “The PoetryFilm Archive 2002-2015” at the AHRC’s Pararchive conference at The University of Leeds last week. It was a very interesting two days, including a fascinating discussion about heutagogy – many thanks to the Pararchive team for the invitation. Some tweets from the day are below, and a photograph of the main lecture theatre (featuring wifi-enabled chairs) is above.
I am delighted to have been invited to contribute an academic presentation called The PoetryFilm Archive 2002-2015 to the Pararchive Conference at Leeds University.
This AHRC-funded conference and community showcase marks the climax of an eighteen-month multidisciplinary research project entitled Pararchive: Open Access Community Storytelling and the Digital Archive. The project is based at the School of Media and Communication, University of Leeds and seeks to build new interactive environments that explore issues of ownership, public and institutional relationships and provide tools for collaborative community research and creative expression using digital heritage resources.
Many thanks to the team at Pararchive for the invitation.
Friday 27th March 2015 – Saturday 28th March 2015
stage@leeds, University of Leeds