We are a group of more than 1,300 cultural heritage professionals – librarians, archivists, researchers, programmers – working together to identify and archive at-risk sites, digital content, and data in Ukrainian cultural heritage institutions while the country is under attack. We are using a combination of technologies to crawl and archive sites and content, including the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, the Browsertrix crawler. So far we have saved more than 20TB of scanned documents, artworks and many other digital materials from 3,000+ websites of Ukrainian museums, libraries and archives.
Format development of visual Public History storytelling for young adults on TikTok, YouTube and Instagram.
Digital mapping of European trading posts in the Indian Ocean.
Technical project setup and coaching of team members in podcast production.
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities and Cultural Heritage
Development, setup and maintenance of audio and video live streams (Icecast, Mixcloud and Twitch). Weekly programming of DJ sets. Development of integrated pipeline for content submission. Remote community building.
Freelance developer of Mobile and Web apps
Supervisor: Prof. Annemarie Steidl
Thesis: On the Road to Revolution: Tramping Artisans and the Habsburg Police, c. 1815-1848
Supervisors: Prof. Pieter M. Judson & Prof. Lucy Riall
Thesis: Borderline Conversations: German Language Politics and Practices in Southern Hungary, c. 1800-1849
Supervisors: Prof. Wendy Bracewell (UCL) & Prof. Dubravka Stojanović (Belgrade)
Thesis: The Reluctant Nationalists: The Donauschwaben during the 1848 Revolution in Southern Hungary
Supervisor: Dr. Maurizio Isabella
Mainz-Oxford Graduate Workshop: European History across Boundaries, Leibniz Institute of European History & University of Oxford (original date: 04/2020).
Motions of Knowledge – Knowledge in Motion: Conceptualizing “Knowledge Circulation” for Historical Research, Graduate Conference in European History, University of Vienna
Revolutionary Cosmopolitanism: Transnational Migration and Political Activism, 1815-1848, Utrecht University (original date: 06/2020).
Modern European History in the Age of Covid-19, Rethinking Modern Europe Seminar, Institute for Historical Research London
Adjusting the Focus: Scales, Spaces and Trajectories in European History, 25-29 May 2020, European University Institute
Community web radio of the European University Institute