Introducing TETRARCHs’ 2024 seminar series…

After a successful first year of seminars featuring 11 speakers over 7 sessions, with more than 1000 registrants from 43 countries, we on Transforming Data Reuse in Archaeology are excited to announce our 2024 speakers!

Please keep your eyes peeled for exact dates and times, more detail on the topics, and registration links on our website. We aim to advertise our seminars at least one month in advance, and we will update the timetable below as we confirm specifics with our kind speakers. Note that we break in August and December for rest and rejuvenation.

POSTPONEDDr Sharon Howard (University of Southampton), The Beyond Notability project, Linked Open Data, & re-evaluating women’s work in archaeology, history and heritage. Read more HERE.

Monday, 5 February 2024, 16:30 GMT – Dr Cara Krmpotich & Dr Heidi Bohaker (University of Toronto), Data Ontologies: designing digital encounters with cultural heritage through the lens of kinship. Read more HERE.

Tuesday, 5 March 2024, 16:30 GMT – Prof Isto Huvila (Uppsala University), Paradata and the technopolitics of process transparency. Read more HERE.

Wednesday, 24 April 2024, 16:30 GMT – Dr Colleen Morgan (University of York), Making People and Worlds with Digital Archaeology. Register HERE.

Wednesday, 8 May 2024, 17:30 GMT – Dr Neha Gupta (University of British Columbia), Building an anti-colonial digital archaeology through FAIR and CARE data governance principles. Register HERE.

June 2024 (date to be confirmed) – Dr Anna Simandiraki-Grimshaw & Dr Sara Perry (Museum of London Archaeology), Priming ontologies for storytelling with archaeological photos. Registration details to follow.

July 2024 (date to be confirmed) – Dr Konstantina Georgiadou (British School at Athens) and Dr Valeria Vitale (University of Sheffield), British International Research Institutes (BIRIs) and data reuse infrastructure. Registration details to follow.

Thursday, 12 September 2024, 16:30 GMT – Dr Sophie Vohra (University of Leicester), The Sensational Museum. Registration details to follow.

October 2024 (date to be confirmed) – Dr Shawn Graham (Carleton University), Artificial intelligence and data reuse in archaeology. Registration details to follow.

November 2024 (date to be confirmed) – University of Antwerp and Ghent University, TETRARCHs’ storytelling ontology. Registration details to follow.

If you would like to recommend a potential contributor to our 2025 series, please contact us.

Stay tuned, and hope you can join us and spread the word!