Mapping the Scenes: Digital Humanities in Cultural Studies
in Central and Central Eastern Europe 

Prague, Faculty of Arts, 19-20 May 2022 


Thursday 19 May 2022 

On-site only and upon invitation

  • Andrea Kocsis (University of Cambridge), Visualising history – Maps and Texts 
  • Barbora Hladká (Charles University) 

16:30-17:00, online,

  • Simon Ganahl (Vienna University), Campus Medius: Digital Mapping in Cultural and Media studies,  

On-site only and upon invitation

  • Visit of Malach Centre for Visual History (Charles University) 

Friday 20 May 2022 

9:00 -10:30, hybrid format,

Digitalisation in Museums and other Memory Institutions (panel organized by Jiří Andrs, Centre for the Study of Popular Culture) 

  • Nina Wančová: New Media and Technologies at Czech Museums 
  • Martin Mejzr: New Phonograph. Listening to the History of Sound 
  • Vlastimil Křišťan: Blood of a Legionnaire. An Online Database of Czechoslovak Legionnaires 
  • Vojtěch Kessler, Jan Bouška: The Database of the History of Everyday Life 

11:00 -12:00, online,

Digital Humanities in Times of Crisis

  • Maciej Maryl (Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences), Digital Humanities Stand for Ukraine: Support Initiatives and Lessons Learned 
  • Lars Wieneke (C2DH – University of Luxembourg)

Afternoon, on-site only and upon invitation

  • Jan Hajič (Masaryk Institute and Archive of the ASCR)