It is with great excitement that we can announce that the BLAGO Fund sponsored session, "Digital Methods in Preservation of Medieval Cultural Heritage: New Approaches and Technologies", at the 57th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo will take place Monday, May 9, 3:00 p.m. EDT (9:00 p.m. CET).
Each year, the Congress in Kalamazoo brings together a great number of medievalists from around the world, being the largest scholarly gathering of its kind. As the two previous ones, this year's Congress will take place online.
The BLAGO Fund sponsored session will be presided by Professor Ida Sinkevic (Lafayette College).
Vulnerable Treasure: Experiences in Digitization of Serbian Medieval Monuments
Ivana Lemcool, Univ. of Belgrade/BLAGO Fund
Manuscripts and Virtual Reality: An Embodied 3D Experience of a Flemish Illuminated Book of Hours at the University of Southern California
Sabina Zonno, Early Modern Studies Institute, Univ. of Southern California; Lynn Swartz Dodd, Archaeology Research Center, Univ. of Southern California; Mats Borges, Univ. of Southern California
Medieval Serbian Library and Archive Material: Field Research and Digitization
Maja Aćimović, Univ. of Belgrade; Zoran Ranković, Univ. of Belgrade
Image Database: Visualization and Material Cultures of the Heavens in Eurasia and North Africa, 4000 BCE–1700 CE
Stamatina Mastorakou, Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte
The Mathematical Institute SANU's Approaches to Digitizing Cultural Heritage of Multicultural Communities in the Republic of Serbia
Dejan M. Vukelić, Mathematical Institute, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts; Maja I. Novaković, Mathematical Institute, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts; Marija S. Šegan-Radonjić, Mathematical Institute, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Below, you will find the full schedule of the Congress: