Histoire numérique et l’historiographie

Knowledge infrastructures and digital governance. History, challenges, practices

7 Septembre 2020 à 8 Septembre 2020

Knowledge infrastructures and digital governance. History, challenges, practices
This online workshop organized by the OPERAS (a European research infrastructure for the development of open scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities) community aims at revisiting digital knowledge infrastructures from an organisational and governance perspective, through their history, their stakes and achievements, as well as their challenges and obstacles.

Our workshop will explore how these infrastructures frame themselves, evolve and adapt, how they stimulate participation and implement innovative models of governance as well as how they create a shared culture, common values, how they sustain knowledge commons and may contribute to a new epistemology and scientific environment. 

 

7-8 September 2020

Remote conference on Zoom

To receive the Zoom Link and attend the workshop, please send an email at valerie.schafer@uni.lu until 5 September 2020 (for external participants, as speakers will automatically be registered).

 

Programme

7 September 2020 (Time in CEST)

13.00    
 
Welcome
 
 
  • Presentation of OPERAS by Pierre Mounier (EHESS, OpenEdition, OPERAS)
 
  • Introduction to the workshop by Valérie Schafer and Lars Wieneke (C²DH, University of Luxembourg)
 
  • Presentation of the members of the Program Committee
     
13.30


 
Keynote by Patrik Svensson
Professor of Humanities and Information Technology at Umeå University and Visiting Professor of Digital Humanities at UCLA
 
  Chair:  Janneke Adema (COPIM, Open Humanities Press, ScholarLed, Coventry University) 
 
  Followed by a discussion
 
14.30
 
Break
 
15.00


 
Openness
First session chaired by Cameron Neylon (Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University)
 
 

Digital economy for Open Science
Artsiom Rusetski, Ann Shkor, Aliaksei Kulik, Alex Shkor (DEIP)
 

  The COPIM Project: exploring community governance for open publishing infrastructures
Samuel A. Moore (COPIM Project and Centre for Postdigital Cultures, Coventry University, United Kingdom)
 
  Each session is followed by 30 minutes discussion 
 
16.00
 
Break 
 
16.30

 
Co-shaping
Second session chaired by Suzanne Dumouchel (CNRS, OPERAS, TRIPLE)
 
  Pathways to Sustainability of Research Infrastructures: The DARIAH-DE Operating Cooperation
Andrea C. Bertino (SUB Göttingen) 
 
  Institutional dynamics in Research. Processes of co-creation in Research Infrastructures
Francesca Morselli (DANS-KNAW, DARIAH)
 

 

8 September 2020 (Time in CEST)

13.00    

 
Inclusion 
Third session chaired by Francesca Musiani (Centre Internet et société, CNRS)
 
  Inalienable Infrastructures: Keeping-while-Giving and the Politics of Vertical Integration
Marcel LaFlamme (Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft)
 
  Women in Red, Men in Blue/ Battling Gender Bias on Wikipedia
Anna Jørgensen (University of Amsterdam)
 
14.00
 
Break
 
14.30

 
Data
Fourth Session chaired by Lars Wieneke (C²DH, University of Luxembourg)
 
  An Archival Repository of Archival Repositories: integrating metadata in Archives Portal Europe
Marta Musso (King’s College London)
 
  Making sense of contextual features in databases for research output
Linda Sīle (Centre for R&D Monitoring (ECOOM), University of Antwerp)
 
15.30
 
Break
 
16.00

 
Community 
Fifth Session chaired by Pierre Mounier (EHESS, OpenEdition)
 
  Networked Governance and Multistakeholder Cooperation 
Maxime Bouillard & Gael Van Weyenbergh (MEOH), Valérie Schafer & Lars Wieneke (C²DH, University of Luxembourg)
 
  Followed by a general collective brainstorming
 
17.00
 
Wrap up and concluding remarks
 
17.30
 
End of the workshop
 

 

Programme committee: 

  • Janneke Adema (Open Humanities Press, ScholarLed, Coventry University, COPIM) 
  • Suzanne Dumouchel (OPERAS, Huma-Num, CNRS)
  • Pierre Mounier (OPERAS, OpenEdition, EHESS)
  • Valérie Schafer (C²DH, University of Luxembourg)
  • Lars Wieneke (C²DH, University of Luxembourg)
  • Sherri Barnes (UCSB Library, COPIM)
  • Cameron Neylon (Centre for Culture and Technology, Curtin University)