Upcoming Symposium: Ethics in Digital Heritage, University of East Anglia
A symposium on ‘Ethics in Digital Heritage‘ will take place on 11th January 2020 at the University of East Anglia, Norwich. The event brings together a range of academics and heritage professionals to consider how to implement ethical practices, and adjust ethical frameworks for heritage practitioners and researchers so as to raise awareness of the wide variety of ethical considerations required for the modern world.
Key questions that will be explored during the event include how we understand the ethical impact of digital public participation, new technologies for data collection and analysis, digital colonialism, harassment and discrimination in the digital world, and the climate impact of digital technologies. Speakers include academics and heritage professionals from the University of East Anglia, Essex, Stirling, Sussex, Cambridge, Kings College London, Leeds City College and Sesamoid Consulting.
To book a place at the event, tickets can be bought via the Symposium webpage – discounted tickets are also available for students and unemployed attendees.