Webinar: Impact of War on Cultural Heritage Studies un Ukraine: Capturing Changes, Exploring Tools

Date: 20/12/2023, 10:00–11:15 (Kyiv time) 

Duration: 1h15

Organiser: Space4CC

Host: Kateryna Boichenko (and Bente Lilja Bye, Katerina Zourou), Space4CC

About the webinar

What is the webinar about?

The webinar focuses on evaluating the impact of war on cultural heritage studies in Ukraine. It aims to explore the integration and effectiveness of various tools, such as open data systems, citizen science, and Earth observations, in managing cultural heritage during and after conflict situations. Additionally, the webinar will discuss the adaptation of Ukrainian higher education institutions' study programs in cultural heritage management, incorporating new tools and methods for improved education, with a specific focus on the Space4CC application as a case study.

How to join?

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Who is it for?

This webinar is ideal for academics, cultural heritage professionals, students, and anyone interested in the role of higher education in preserving cultural heritage amid war. It's an essential session for those looking to understand the dynamic interplay between conflict, cultural heritage, and education.

What is the Data4UA project?

This workshop is an activity of the Data4UA project 2023-1-LV01-KA220-HED-000166558.

The Data4UA project aims to assess the measures taken by higher education institutions (HEIs) and society in response to cultural heritage emergencies in Ukraine, enhance the knowledge and skills of higher education staff and students in safeguarding cultural heritage, and investigate the role of higher education institutions in promoting societal responses to cultural heritage emergencies. Data4UA is a project funded under the Erasmus+ Programme Key Action 2: Cooperation partnerships in higher education action.