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Dr George Bruseker - Realizing the Virtues (and Combating the Vices) of the Digital Shift in Heritage Scholarship: the Role of Knowledge Representation

Réalisation : 17 juin 2020 Mise en ligne : 17 juin 2020
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George Bruseker is Vice Chair of the CIDOC CRM Special Interest Group and an expert in the field of knowledge representation and semantics for cultural heritage. He has a PhD in Philosophy from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and has worked in diverse institutions within the field of cultural heritage and heritage research over the past fifteen years. He is deeply involved in the semantics community, participating in several major initiatives aiming to facilitate the adoption of semantic data including Data for History (d4h), Linked.Art, and the Arches Resource modeling Working Group (ARM WG). His research interests include the pedagogy of knowledge representation, semantic data workflow management and the modeling of art and architectural historical data.

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Maison des Sciences de l'Homme - Val de Loire
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Anglais
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Jean Philippe [MSH-Val de Loire] CORBELLINI (Réalisation)
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MSHValdeLoire. (2020, 17 juin). Dr George Bruseker - Realizing the Virtues (and Combating the Vices) of the Digital Shift in Heritage Scholarship: the Role of Knowledge Representation. [Vidéo]. Canal-U. https://www.canal-u.tv/104317. (Consultée le 18 mai 2022)
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