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  • Dr. Turner at UBC iSchool January 11th

    Hannah Turner, MCL’s Postdoctoral Fellow, will be presenting at the University of British Columbia’s School of Library, Archival and Information Studies on January 11th at 12PM -1:00 PM as part of their spring colloquium series. Her talk is titled “The Legacy of Data: Infrastructure, Material Durability and Museum Catalogs”. This is a public event, and for more […]

  • Keynote Presentation at University of Gothenburg, CAA Sweden 2017 Conference

      On November 8th, Hannah Turner recently visited the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, where she was invited by Dr. Per Stenborg to give a keynote lecture for the Swedish chapter of Computer Applications in Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA) conference, Nov 8-11. The conference focused on contemporary methods and applications of digital methods from new GIS methods, to collaborative data structures, to […]

  • Workshop and Publication: The Photo-Essay is Dead, Long Live the Photo-Essay!

    The Ethnographic Terminalia Collective, supported by MCL members Dr. Gabriela Aceves Sepulvéda (editing and graphic design layout), Dr. Hannah Turner (archival management), Reese Muntean (photography), Aynur Kadir (videography), and Rachel Ward, hosted the workshop ‘The Photo-Essay is Dead, Long Live the Photo-Essay!‘ at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association in Minneapolis (Nov. 17th […]

  • New article in the Journal of Social Archaeology

    Members of the digitalsqewlets.ca team have just published an article in the Journal of Social Archaeology called “Sharing deep history as digital knowledge: An ontology of the Sq’e´wlets website project” [link to pdf]. Abstract Ontology is the philosophical study of the nature of being, becoming, existence, and relation. This paper presents an ontology of the Sqé´wlets Virtual Museum of Canada Website Project, a […]