Ruptured Life Courses: Institutional and Cultural Influences in Transnational Contexts

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Abstract

This short paper is part of two interlinked short papers which discuss the archival, custodial and digital challenges that impact the discovery, collection, preservation and content management of material and immaterial traces from the past that the Netherlands shares with Australia. (The other short paper is “Developing a Sustainable Model in Mutual Cultural Digital Heritage” by Nonja Peters.) In partnership with key institutional and community stakeholders, our pilot study on mobility between these two countries is about developing new understandings of the experience and representation of migration and how this has shaped an evolving sense of Dutch-Australian heritage and, with it, the consequences for the formation of cultural identities.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDH2015 Global Digital Humanities Conference Abstracts
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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