Ethics of Using Digital Media in Arts and Humanities Research
Registration is now open for the Ethics of Using Digital Media in Arts and Humanities Research Conference.
The event will take place on February 22, 2019 at the Ellen Wilkinson Building, University of Manchester.
Registration is free – please sign up using the following Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ethics-of-using-digital-media-in-arts-and-humanities-research-conference-registration-53725781258
This one-day conference will focus on examining the ethical implications and considerations of using digital media in researching cultural heritage. The event is a continuation of the 2017 Researching Digital Cultural Heritage conference (organised by the University of Manchester and Newcastle University), with an emphasis towards post-graduate researchers and early career researchers and academics.
Various disciplines are welcome to participate as the ethical implications of using digital media in cultural heritage project may involve individuals from museology, heritage studies, digital humanities, archaeology, media studies, social anthropology, art history, languages, and individuals from any other field that is interested in researching digital cultural heritage.
The ‘Ethics of Using Digital Media in Arts and Humanities Research’ conference is supported by the Digital Futures initiative of the University of Manchester.
|9:30 AM||Codes of Ethics, Due Diligence and Social Media: A critical reflection on the appropriateness of existing ethical frameworks for collecting social media content in museums.|
Arran Rees, University of Leeds
|9:50 AM||When “Camilla” remembers on Facebook, do we need consent to study her comment? Ethical considerations for research about heritage on social media|
Emily C. Oswald, University of Oslo
|10:10 AM||Archaeological Ethics in Digital and Immaterial Spaces of Play: Ethical Lessons from Digital Ethnography|
L. Meghan Dennis, University of York
|11:05 AM||Big fish, small fish: A network approach to ethical research in digital museology|
Maria Paula Arias, University of Manchester
|11:25 AM||Beyond ethics of convenience|
Harald Fredheim, University of York
|1:00 PM||‘Being ethical’ in digital heritage research|
Jenny Kidd, Cardiff University
|2:15 PM||Discussion | Practical implications (collecting data, reporting results)|
|4:00 PM||Discussion | Online v. Offline (managing relationships with participants/academic partners, digital heritage objects)|
Small travel bursaries are available for non-NWCDTP doctoral students. If you would like to apply for a bursary or would like more information please contact Maria Arias at mariapaula.arias[at]postgrad.manchester.ac.uk.