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Radio interview on INCULTUM Ireland partner work in Carr’s Hill cemetery

  John Tierney, the INCULTUM pilot coorinator from Ireland, was interviewed with their national broadcaster, Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ). At this link it’s possibile to find the transcription of the interview, during which was discussed their recent work in Carr’s Hill … Continue reading


Digital Hermeneutics II: Sources, Analysis, Interpretation, Annotation, and Curation

CALL FOR PAPERS Digitization has reached almost all areas of science and scholarship. And even in the cultural sciences and humanities, computers, databases and digital tools are increasingly important. Last year‘s annual conference „Digital Hermeneutics: Machines, Procedures, Meaning“ of the … Continue reading


A “landscape and heritage” summerwork camp at Bibracte, August 2023

The path where the workcamp takes place. Picture @Bibracte/A. Maillier – 2022 From 20 August to 2 September 2023, young volunteers of the Fédération Rempart Bourgogne Franche-Comté, an NGO working to safeguard and restore exceptional or vernacular heritage, are taking … Continue reading


INCULTUM new historic graves brochure launched.

A new historic graves brochure has been launched for one of the most-visited historic graveyards in Ireland, St. Nicholas’ Collegiate Church in Galway city. Jacinta Kiely of the Historic Graves Project and City Archaeologist, Jim Higgins produced the brochure. The … Continue reading


Vlachs ‘Open days’ program of activities taking place in the area of the Upper Vjosa valley

Article and images courtesy of Eglantina Serjani (CeRPHAAL) The Upper Vjosa valley, in southeast Albania, for many centuries has been a ‘transhumance route’ used by the Vlach communities. Vlach are a historic people who speak a language that derives from … Continue reading


EOSC Symposium 2023, the European Open Science Cloud annual event

From 20-22 September 2023, the EOSC Symposium will take place in Madrid, in the context of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The EOSC Symposium is organised by the EOSC Future project, together with the EOSC Tripartite collaboration (the EOSC Association, the EOSC … Continue reading


The Vlach transumance is on Wikiloc

images by The High Mountains Within the framework of the #INCULTUM project and the pilot “Aoos/Vjosa the shared river”, which aims to develop cross border innovative cultural tourism, the pastoral routes in both sides of the border (Greek and Albanian) … Continue reading


Discovering INCULTUM Pilot in Slovakia: legend of the Banská Štiavnica lizards

text by prof. PhDr. Alexandra Bitušíková (Head of University Center for International Projects at Matej Bel University), images by Pietro Masi (Promoter s.r.l). Coordinated by Matej Bel University, the INCULTUM Pilot 3 Mining Treasures of Central Slovakia aims at supporting … Continue reading


INCULTUM graveyard trails design launched in Waterford graveyard

A QR code based trail was launched on the 23rd July to celebrate the Pattern Day for St Declan in Ardmore, West Waterford, Ireland. A design process run through the INCULTUM Pilot resulted in an A7 sized brochure with 8 … Continue reading


What kind of technological growth are we aiming for? Event in Ioannina (Greece)

text and photos courtesy of The High Mountains cooperative. On Friday, 23/06/2023, at the “Dim. Hatzis” Cultural Centre (Old Slaughterhouses) in Ioannina, the event entitled “What kind of technological growth are we aiming for?” took place. This event is a … Continue reading