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  • Other research product . Lecture . 2013
    Open Access Catalan; Valencian
    Authors: 
    Alberich Pascual, Jordi; Morera Peiró, Mireia; Peist Rojzman, Nuria; Rodríguez Granell, Ana; Valverde Pacheco, José María; Waelder Laso, Pau; Alsina González, Pau David;
    Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
    Country: Spain

    Recurs d'aprenentatge de la Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Recurso de aprendizaje de la "Universitat Oberta de Catalunya". Learning material of the "Universitat Oberta de Catalunya".

  • Open Access German
    Authors: 
    Katja Marciniak; Sutter, Paul;
    Country: Germany

    Im Jahr 2021 lädt die Initiative "Forschungsdatenmanagement" alle Mitarbeitenden der BBAW zu einer Veranstaltungsreihe mit dem Titel "Forschungsdatenmanagement kompakt" ein. Die Präsentationsfolien der ersten Online-Veranstaltung am 11.02.2021 führen in die Grundlagen und Grundbegriffe des Forschungsdatenmanagements ein und stellen die Ziele der Initiative vor.

  • Other research product . Lecture . 2020
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Santamaría García, Antonio; Zanetti Lecuona, Oscar;
    Publisher: DIGITAL.CSIC
    Country: Spain
    Project: EC | ConnecCaribbean (823846)

    “Connected Worlds: the Caribbean, Origin of Modern World”. This project has received funding from the European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement Nº 823846. European Union´s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement Nº 823846 Peer reviewed

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Schouten, Maria Johanna Christina;
    Country: Portugal

    Over the past one hundred years, the movement towards gender equality has known advances and setbacks, in Portugal and all over the world. While acknowledging and outlining the major favourable developments, this paper discusses mainly some tendencies in the opposite direction, in particular those that increasingly emphasize and encourage, from an early age, differences between men and women, usually to the detriment of the latter. Examples in Portugal include the growing genderization of children’s toys and books (which in one case has triggered a widely-mediatized polemic in September 2017) and the importance of the colours pink and blue. After childhood, differences persist regarding choice of study, professional activities, salary and domestic responsibilities. In this respect, sociological research in Portugal has observed a backlash in the position of women, in particular as an effect of the 2010-2014 financial and economic crisis. info:eu-repo/semantics/draft

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Gewald, J.B.;
    Country: Netherlands

    In this lecture I describe and expand upon a painting by Thomas Baines that depicts Amaxhosa migrant labourers leaving the Cape Colony in 1848. It is my belief that what is depicted in this painting is representative of what happened in Southern Africa as a whole between 1650 and the present. I use the painting as a lens through which to look and think about the sub-continent's past and present. I do this by examining the painting in terms of what it tells us about the movement of people, goods and ideas in Southern Africa. In investigating the manner in which people have sought to acquire what they desire, often in the face of constraints - be they environmental, geographical or political - coupled with their ideas with regard to the manner in which the world functions, I seek to throw light on fundamental processes that determine Southern Africa's human history. What happened in the Eastern Cape was a precursor to events further afield. Focussing on the painting, the body of this lecture is divided into three parts that consider the movement and control of people, goods and ideas in Southern Africa's historical past. Bearing in mind the admonition not to be antiquarian in the pursuit of historical meaning, I seek to begin with the material objects of everyday life and then place them in a socio-cultural setting and study them through time. In keeping with this approach, I shy away from a belief in the number-crunching capacities of computers for although they may well throw up interesting anomalies with regard to the import of goods, they cannot tell us what the symbolic value and social or cultural context of these goods was, let alone the wide variety of meanings in terms of age, seniority, gender and race that people attached to such goods. The acquisition of material goods transformed the material cultures of the societies involved. Over time there has been a convergence of desires, consumption and the use of material objects within Southern Africa. These material objects only gain meaning when placed within the socio-cultural context in which they are used. In conclusion I argue that Southern Africa is a single whole, albeit with different accents. What ties Southern Africa together besides culturally informed deep structure is labour, economic institutions and the consumptive practises of its population. The economic institutions established in the past two centuries, be they mining companies, labour recruiting agencies, retail chains or trade and border agreements bind Southern Africa together. With slight regional variations and dependent on their class position, Southern Africans work for money, for the same employers, eat the same foods and aspire to the same material goods. In these terms, there is more that binds Southern Africans together than divides them.

  • Open Access Multiple languages
    Authors: 
    Wuttke, Ulrike; Klar, Jochen;
    Country: Germany

    Durch die zunehmende Digitalisierung nimmt die Bedeutung von Forschungsdaten in den Geisteswissenschaften, insbesondere in den Digital Humanities, zu. Dabei rücken in den letzten Jahren verstärkt Open Science-Paradigmen, wie der möglichst offene Zugang zu den Daten und die FAIR Data Principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reuseable) in den Fokus. Diese bedeuten einen Paradigmenwechsel für Wissenschaftler*innen und Wissenschafts- und Gedächtnisinstitutionen und erfordern die Kooperation im Rahmen nationaler und internationaler Infrastrukturen. Zur Förderung guter Datenmanagementpraktiken verlangen verschiedene nationale und internationale Förderorganisationen bei Projektanträgen Auskunft über den Umgang mit nachgenutzten oder erstellten Forschungsdaten, z. B. in der Form von Datenmanagementplänen (DMPs). Inzwischen setzt sich die Erkenntnis durch, dass es nicht mit einem einmaligen Datenmanagementplan getan ist, sondern dass DMPs während des Projektverlaufs angepasst werden müssen, um das Forschungsdatenmanagement aktiv und unter Einbeziehung aller relevanten Stakeholder zu unterstützen und seine Potenziale auszuschöpfen (aktives Forschungsdatenmanagement). Hierfür wird im Rahmen eines DFG-Projekts das Werkzeug Research Data Management Organizer (RDMO) entwickelt. Der Vortrag gibt eine Einführung in die wichtigsten Begrifflichkeiten und Konzepte des geisteswissenschaftlichen Forschungsdatenmanagements und seine Bedeutung für die Sicherung der guten wissenschaftlichen Praxis, die Qualitätssicherung der Forschungsdaten und die Erhöhung des Impacts der Resultate digitaler geisteswissenschaftlicher Forschung und führt diesbezüglich in Funktionalitäten und Anwendungsmöglichkeiten des Werkzeugs RDMO ein. Präsentationsfolien für einen Vortrag im Rahmen des DH-Kolloquiums an der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (BBAW) am 02.08.2019.

  • Other research product . Lecture . 2018
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Munoz-Vinas, Salvador; Knoop, Riemer;
    Publisher: Amsterdamse Hogeschool voor de Kunsten

    Text of the Reinwardt memorial lecture by Salvador Munoz-Vinas at the Reinwardt Academie on the 9th May of 2017.

  • Other research product . Lecture . 2015
    Open Access German
    Authors: 
    Stauch, Sammy; Wagner, Jean-Frank;
    Country: Luxembourg
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Kliegl, Reinhold; Czmiel, Alexander; Katja Marciniak;
    Country: Germany

    Eine Präsentation der erreichten und anvisierten Ziele der Initiative „Forschungsdatenmanagement“ der Berlin-Brandenburgischen Akademie der Wissenschaften von Reinhold Kliegl, Katja Marciniak und Alexander Czmiel (Stand: 24.02.2022).

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Cano Díaz, Emilio; Ramírez Barat, Blanca;
    Country: Spain

    This workshop will present the capabilities of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) to perform in-situ assessment of the protective properties of patinas, coatings or other protection systems on metallic cultural heritage. The workshop content is introductory to the technique, so no previous knowledge of electrochemical techniques is required. Students will be learn the fundamentals of the technique, its history and latest developments of in-situ measurements. The hands-on session will perform an EIS measurement on a real sculpture and interpret the results, and will focus on the practical implications and utility for conservation practice.