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26 Oct 2023

Making Sense of the Past: How Digital Technology Changes Our Relations with Time, History, and Memory

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This presentation explores how digital technology is transforming our connections to the past, challenging traditional notions of time, history, and memory, and introducing the concept of "digital historicity." It argues that digital technology goes beyond aiding historical research and significantly impacts our relationship with time, history, and memory. Instead of focusing on historical representation, it emphasizes sensory immersion, redefining history as a real-time experience of a virtually recreated past. The presenter, Marek Tamm, is a professor of cultural history at Tallinn University, specializing in medieval Europe, historical theory, digital history, and cultural memory studies.

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