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Visual History of the Holocaust: Rethinking Curation in the Digital Age


Metadata integration concept

Specification paper to ensure standardised and interoperable filmgraphic and archival metadata.

Advanced digitisation tool kit

A comprehensive and tested set of recommended digitisation standards which serves as a ‘tool kit’ for cultural institutions to undertake advanced digitisation of film records. Published and disseminated online.

Controlled vocabularies specification

Controlled vocabularies specification

Definition of engagement levels, usage modes, and user types

This is a protocol to lay the groundwork for T3.2 to T3.5, including the limits and interconnections between engagement levels.

Mind map visualising multimodal curating

This paper maps out the concept and infrastructure for a “living archive”, communicating conceptual ideas to WP5.

Ethics Guideline

Binding guide to ethical curation of Holocaust-related materials.

Literature database

This collects bibliographic data on the scholarly literature dealing with the filmic records of the liberation of Nazi atrocity sites and the original films edited from them.

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as visuelle Narrativ des Fotoalbums „Umsiedlung der Juden aus Ungarn“. Ein kritischer Blick auf die „Täterperspektive“

Author(s): Ulrike Koppermann
Published in: Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft 67 (2019), 6., 2019, ISSN 0044-2828

Liberated on Film: Images and Narratives of Camp Liberation in Historical Footage and Feature Films

Author(s): Ulrike Weckel
Published in: Research in Film and History, Issue Issue 2: Research, Debates and Projects 2.0, 2019, ISSN 2627-5848

Challenging the Perpetrators’ Narrative: A Critical Reading of the Photo Album ‘Resettlement of the Jews from Hungary’

Author(s): Ulrike Koppermann
Published in: Journal of Perpetrator Research, Issue 2/2, 2019, Page(s) 101, ISSN 2514-7897
DOI: 10.21039/jpr.2.2.38

Video Shot Analysis for Digital Curation and Preservation of Historical Films

Author(s): Daniel Helm, Martin Kampel
Published in: EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage (2019), 2019, ISSN 2312-6124
DOI: 10.2312/gch.20191344