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Episode 2: digital technologies and cultural heritage

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Duration: 0:13:22 | Added: 29 May 2019
In this podcast, we discuss the interaction between digital technologies and cultural heritage.

We hear from Kathryn Eccles who discusses the role of digital technologies in shaping how publics interact with and understand archives and their materials. Padmini Ray Murray discusses this in particular reference to Google’s ‘Cultural institute’ project opening up the dangers and risks of Big Data in shaping our experiences of the world and the future production of knowledge.

Speakers: Dr Kathryn Eccles (University of Oxford), Dr Padmini Ray Murray (Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology), Alice Watson (School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford)

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