Invited talk ‘Werken met audiovisuele bronnen’, DH Clinics, Dag 5: Werken met audiovisueel materiaal en geografische informatie, 28 November 2017, for PPT presentation slides click here.
Paper ‘Representing the social acceptance of migrants in the Netherlands as both a disruptive and lucid narrative.’ Panel Current Affairs on TV, ECREA Television Studies Conference 2017, ‘The Future of European Television: Between Transnationalism and Euroscepticism’, 15 November 2017, Facultad de ciencias de la Comunicación Málaga, University of Málaga, Spain.
Chair opening keynote session of the lecture ‘Traveling Europe: Digital television heritage as gateway to a future European Television (Historiography)’ by prof. Sonja De Leeuw, ECREA Television Studies Conference 2017, ‘The Future of European Television: Between Transnationalism and Euroscepticism’, 15 November 2017, Facultad de ciencias de la Comunicación Málaga, University of Málaga, Spain.
Paper ‘(Re-)Presenting the Assassination of Pim Fortuyn as a disruptive media
event,’ Panel Critical perspectives on historical events and the role of the archive, IAMHIST 2017 XXVII conference ‘Media History and Violence’, 12 July 2017, University Paris 2 (CARISM), Paris, France.
Chair panel Public and historical figures, IAMHIST 2017 XXVII conference ‘Media History and Violence’, 10 July 2017, University Paris 2 (CARISM), Paris, France.
Workshop ‘Digital exploratory search: Discover new research questions and create narratives with audiovisual sources’, Berber Hagedoorn and Sabrina Sauer, Digital Humanities Day 2017, 26 October 2017, University of Groningen, Groningen.
Paper ‘Getting the Bigger Picture: An Evaluation of Media Exploratory Search and Narrative Creation.’ by Berber Hagedoorn and Sabrina Sauer. DHBenelux 2017 Conference, 4 July 2017, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
Panel ‘A Pragmatic Approach to Understanding and Utilising Events in Cultural Heritage. by Lora Aroyo, Chiel van den Akker, Marnix van Berchum, Lodewijk Petram, Gerard Kuys, Tommaso Caselli, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Victor de Boer, Sabrina Sauer and Berber Hagedoorn. DHBenelux 2017 Conference, 5 July 2017, Utrecht University, Utrecht.
Invited talk ‘Exploring linked open data with DIVE+: searching for audio-visual sources to discover new research questions and create narratives’, Sabrina Sauer and Berber Hagedoorn, CREATE Salon: Digital Search & Storytelling in History, 9 May 2017, Media Studies Department, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
Panel IFA Perspective (on Jackie (2017), International Filmfestival Assen ‘Vrouw en Film’ [Women and Film], 12 March 2017, Assen, The Netherlands.
Paper ‘A European Comparative Approach to Studying AV Representations of the Past.’ ECREA 2016, 6th European Communication Conference on Mediated (Dis)Continuities: Contesting Pasts, Presents and Futures, 11 November 2016, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.
Keynote speech ‘How Televised History Contributes to Cultural Memory.’ Serialised Storytelling international conference ‘TV series in contemporary societies’, 18 July 2016, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands.
Paper ‘Reflections on A European Comparative Approach to Studying Audio-Visual Representations of the Past’ Summerschool ‘Screened Memories: Historical Narratives and Contemporary Visual Culture’, 1 July 2016, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary.
Invited talk ‘Gedigitaliseerd AV materiaal en academisch onderzoek.’ Symposium Photography Research in the Digital Age, Panel ‘Wat levert digitalisering in fotografie op voor…Onderzoekers?’, 11 December 2015, Paradiso, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Invited talk ‘Doing History, Creating Memory’. Research Colloquium ‘Art, Medium, Moving Images’, 8 March 2016, University of Groningen, Groningen, the Netherlands.
Chair panel Transmedia Storytelling For Archive Materials, Final EUscreenXL Conference ‘Content in Motion Curating Europe’s Audiovisual Heritage’, 18 December 2015, Warsaw, Poland.
Paper ‘Television as a Practice of Cultural Memory’. Symposium ‘Understanding agency in memory transmission across cultural borders’, 14 April 2015, COST Action IS1203 ‘In search of transcultural memory in Europe’ (ISTME), Kaunas, Lithuania.
Paper ‘Tell and show: developing a tool for online publication of AV research’, by Berber Hagedoorn and Willemien Sanders. IAMCR International Conference, 14 July 2015, Panel Digital Media and Visual Culture. Montreal, Canada.
Chair panel ‘Perspectives on the Contextualization of Audiovisual Online Archives: Access and Publication Formats’, by Berber Hagedoorn (chair), Mariana Salgado, Dana Mustata and Eleonora Mazzoli. NECS conference ‘Archives of/for the Future’, 20 June 2015, University of Łódź, Łódź, Poland.
A Workshop on Contextualization, or: How can AV contextualization practices benefit best from the affordances of online publication, by Berber Hagedoorn, Willemien Sanders, Mariana Salgado, Daniel Ockeloen and Eleonora Mazzoli. Workshop on Contextualization, EUscreenXL Conference From Audience to User: New Ways of Engaging with Audiovisual Heritage Online, Rome, Italy (31-10-14).
Paper ‘AV in DH: How to publish AV research online’, by Berber Hagedoorn and Willemien Sanders, AV in DH 2014 workshop, Digital Humanities 2014, University of Lausanne, Lausanne, Switzerland (08-07-14).
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Paper ‘The Poetics of ‘Doing History” Third FIAT/IFTA TV Studies Seminar on Television Documentary, panel History, memory and the present, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Hilversum, The Netherlands (14-03-14)
Paper ‘Living History and Collective Memory on the Digital Thematic Channel’
Making Television in the 21st Century International Conference, organised by the Television Studies Section and the Media Industries and Cultural Production Temporary Working Group of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), panel Television Drama 3.0, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark (25-10-2013)
Paper ‘EUscreenXL: Discover Europe’s Television Heritage’, by Berber Hagedoorn, Sonja de Leeuw and Eggo Müller. IAMHIST, The International Association for Media and History XXV biennial conference ‘Childhood and the Media’, panel Digital Archive Projects: Rethinking Media Studies Methodologies, University of Leicester, Leicester, England (18-07-2013)
Paper ‘Transmedia Story Production and Its Challenges for the Television Industry’
Das ist Fernsehen! Internationale Tagung der AG Fernsehgeschichte und Television Studies der Gesellschaft für Medienwissenschaft (GfM), panel Jenseits des Fernsehens II, Universität Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany (05-05-2013)
Doctoral research presentation ‘Circulating History and Memory on Digital TV Platforms’, Research School for Media Studies (RMeS) Winter School 2013, Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands (31-01-2013)
Invited talk ‘Repurposing Television’s Past: Re-Screening, History and Memory in the Multi-Platform Era’, Research seminar Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia (11-10-2012)
Paper ‘Towards a Participatory Memory: TV as a Social and Historical Connection Tool’
International Conference on New Media, Memories and Histories, panel New Applications and Technologies for Memories and Histories, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information and Centre for Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, Singapore (06-10-2012)
Paper ‘Visualizing History and Memory for a Young Target Audience in Dutch Multi-Platform TV’, Second FIAT/IFTA TV Studies Seminar, panel Media Events and Politics, British Film Institute, London, England (28-09-12)
Paper ‘Providing Online Access to Television History: Considering the TV User’
NECS Conference ‘Time Networks: Screen Media and Memory’, panel Unstable Histories: The Problem of Seeing and Understanding ‘Old’ Television in the Digital Age, New University of Lisbon and University of Coimbra, Lisbon, Portugal (23-06-2012)
Paper ‘The Performance of Cultural Memory in Multi-Platform TV Documentary’
NECS Conference ‘Time Networks: Screen Media and Memory’, panel Television’s New Spaces of Participation, New University of Lisbon and University of Coimbra, Lisbon, Portugal (23-06-2012)
Lecture ”Do Europeans have a common history and identity?’ Questioning Europe’s historical memory in the museum’, City University London/Utrecht University Global Citizenship Summer School, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands (24-07-2012)
Lecture ”Not your average history lesson’: Cross-Media Storytelling in the Multi-Platform Documentary Project In Europe’, Symposium ‘Transmedia Storytelling and the Future of Audiovisual Media in Europe’, International Festival of Computer Arts, Maribor, Slovenia (25-11-2011)
Paper ‘Re-screening Cultural Memory in the Dutch Multi-Platform Documentary In Europe’, Visible Evidence 18 International Documentary Conference, panel Sites of Cinema: Exhibiting Documentary, New York University, New York, New York (12-08-2011)
Lecture ‘The Musealisation of History and Memory in Europe’, City University London/Utrecht University Global Citizenship Summer School, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands (19-07-2011)
Paper ‘Dutch Multi-Platform Television as a Practice of History and Memory’
IAMHIST, The International Association for Media and History XXIV biennial conference ‘Media History and Cultural Memory’, panel New Media Histories, Copenhagen University, Copenhagen, Denmark (07-07-2011)
Lecture ‘European Heritage Sites as ‘Sites of Memory”, City University London/Utrecht University Global Citizenship Summer School, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands (21-07-2010)
Paper ‘Se souvenir avec la télévision: l’exemple de Herinnert U Zich Deze Nog? / Television as a Practice of Memory: The Case of Herinnert U Zich Deze Nog?’, 1st FIAT/IFTA Television Studies Seminar, panel Television and Memory, Institut national de l’audiovisuel (INA), Paris, France (14-05-2010)
Invited talk ‘Re-writing History Through Found Footage: My Architect as Collaborative Autobiography’, Film & TV Studies seminar, London Metropolitan University, London, England (24-03-2010)
Lecture ”Flow of Memory’: Television as a Practice of Memory in the Multi-Platform Era’, Transnational Memories – Contesting the Past, Before and Beyond the Nation-State workshop series, Panel Television as a Practice of Memory, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands (05-03-2010)
Lecture ‘The Re-construction of Public/Private History in Péter Forgács’ The Maelstrom’
Global Citizenship in a European Context Winterschool, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands (04-02-2010)
Paper ‘Shared Textual Authority in the Found Footage Documentary’, Visible Evidence XV International Documentary Studies Conference, Panel Extra-Factual: Found Footage and Documentary Knowledge, University of Lincoln, Lincoln, England (05-08-2008)