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PARTHENON2, Digital Approaches to Architectural Heritage -28-29-30/03/2019, Nashville (TN, USA)


As the “Athens of the South,” Nashville has long prided itself as a city of humanistic inquiry and world heritage. This symposium builds upon this local tradition and an active community of Vanderbilt researchers working in digital studies of architecture and art, space and place, and cultural heritage. All innovators in digital heritage studies, the invited speakers will discuss their innovative use of tools and methods such as photogrammetry, digital modeling/rendering, virtual reality, spatial analysis, and interaction geography to better understand and explain pre-modern architecture and urban landscapes around the world, as well as the human experiences within them. Formal research presentations will alternate with discussion sessions and informal demonstrations, allowing participants and audience to discuss theoretical and methodological problems, and to strategize about research design, best practices, teaching, and sharing results with the public. Because the original Parthenon now stands in ruins in Athens, the Nashville Parthenon is a tremendous resource not only for local scholars and students, but also for archaeologists who come from around the world to experience the architecture, art, and effects of space and light in this 1920s scale model of the original. In 2006, an international symposium at the Parthenon considered “Architecture, Sculpture, and Politics in Ancient Athens.” PARTHENON2 follows that tradition, taking Nashville’s Parthenon as a venue, a subject of study, and a springboard for a broader discussion of digital methods in architectural heritage studies and beyond.


FECHA/DATE/DATA: 28-29-30/03/2019


LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Reading Room, Vanderbilt University Divinity Schook, Nashville (TN, USA)


ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Keitlyn Alcantara; Betsey A. Robinson.

This event is sponsored by the Vanderbilt University Research Scholar Grant Program, the Trans-Institutional Digital Cultural Heritage Cluster, the Vanderbilt Institute of Digital Learning, the Vanderbilt Center for Digital Humanities, a Mellon Faculty Fellowship in Digital Humanities, the Department of History of Art, and the Vanderbilt Initiative for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Research.


INFO: web - keitlyn.alcantara@vanderbilt.edu ; betsey.a.robinson@vanderbilt.edu


INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: gratis / free / gratuito

PROGRAMA/PROGRAM/PROGRAMMA:


THURSDAY, March 28, 2019: KEYNOTE SPEAKER

(Nashville Parthenon, Centennial Park, Nashville, TN, USA)


6 pm -- ON THE SACRED ROCK: THE ATHENIAN ACROPOLIS FROM THE DRAWING BOARD TO THE DIGITAL Dorina Moullou (Hellenic Ministry of Culture & Sports)


---------- FRIDAY, March 29, 2019


Reading Room, Vanderbilt University Divinity Schook, Nashville (TN, USA)

8:30 Doors Open: Coffee & pastries Welcome 9:00--Lynn Ramey & Betsey Robinson, Vanderbilt University


Session 1: Multimodal Research on Buildings and Settlements Moderator/Respondent: John Janusek, Vanderbilt University 9:15-9:55--THE DIGITAL SCAFFOLD: NEW TECHNOLOGIES FOR ANCIENT ARCHITECTURES

Eric Poehler, University of Massachusetts, Amherst 9:55-10:35--RECONSTRUCTING BYZANTINE ATHENS: FROM LEGACY DATA TO DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS Fotini Kondyli, University of Virginia 10:35-11:00--Coffee break 11:00-11:40--BUILDING AFFORDANCES: EMBODIED PERSPECTIVES ON COLONIZING SPACES IN THE ANDES Steve Wernke, Vanderbilt University 11:40-12:00--Discussion 12:00-1:30--Lunch/demonstrations


Session 2: Applied Photogrammetry Moderator/Respondent: Dorina Moullou, Hellenic Ministry of Culture & Sports 1:30-2:10--STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES OF PHOTOGRAMMETRIC 3D RECORDING FOR THE STUDY,

ANALYSIS, AND PUBLICATION OF GREEK ARCHITECTURE

Philip Sapirstein, University of Nebraska—Lincoln 2:10-2:40--MAXIMIZING THE POTENTIAL OF ARCHIVAL ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHS

Colin Wallace, University of Waterloo 2:40-3:00--Discussion 3:00-3:30--Coffee break


Session 3: Parthenon2 Moderator/Respondent: Ole Molvig, Vanderbilt University 3:30-4:10--THE PARTHENONS AND PEDAGOGY: METHODS & PRACTICE, TEACHING & LEARNING

Betsey Robinson, Emma Reimers, Matthew Brennan, Bernard Frischer, Vanderbilt & Indiana

Universities 4:10-4:50--FUNDING DIGITAL HERITAGE STUDIES: A 30-YEAR PERSPECTIVE Bernard Frischer, Indiana University 4:50-5:30--Discussion


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SATURDAY, March 30, 2019 Reading Room, Vanderbilt University Divinity Schook, Nashville (TN, USA)

8:30--Doors open: Coffee & pastries

Session 4: Virtual Architecture / Global Perspectives Moderators/Respondents: Tracy Miller & Lynn Ramey, Vanderbilt University 9:00-9:40--GAMING THE PAST: 3D MODELING THE HOUSE OF THE RHYTA AT PSEIRA, CRETE

Miriam Clinton, Rhodes College 9:40-10:20--3D INITIATIVES IN THE SANCTUARY OF THE GREAT GODS, SAMOTHRACE, GREECE Bonna Wescoat, Arya Basu, Ian Burr, Vincent Baillet, Emory & Bordeaux-Montaigne Universities 10:20-11:00--THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON SPACE: HOLISTIC ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING IN ANCIENT POMPEII David Fredrick, Rhodora G. Vennarucci, Dale Zigelsky, Yao-Chin Wang, Xinya Liang, University of

Arkansas 11:00-11:30--Coffee break\ 11:30-12:10-- BEIJING TO BYZANTIUM: VIRTUAL REALITY FOR ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY RESEARCH

Chiu-Shui Chan, Jelena Bogdanović, Vijay Kalivarapu, Iowa State University 12:10-12:40--TWO PLACES AT ONCE: VIRTUAL REALITY AND THE EXTENSION OF SPATIAL & TEMPORAL

ACCESS TO CULTURAL HERITAGE

Matthew Brennan, Indiana University 12:40-1:10-- Discussion 1:10-2:30-- Lunch/Demonstrations


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