Project Details


This project will set up an interdisciplinary event as a first exploratory exercise of collaboration between scholars, students and practitioners from the management, arts, law and computer science departments. The main aim is to gain an insight on what constitutes collaborative creativity and what might it generate in order to contribute to digital preservation of historical memories of marginalised communities. The main focus of the event is to critically engage with concepts about memory, stimulating these discussions with activities that bring a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives and insights.
Associate aims of the project are: to facilitate collaborative and inter-disciplinary learning; to enable participants to elicit and reflect on assumptions and insights about the role of ‘digital’ objects and processes in supporting and protecting marginalised human communities; to consider future avenues for collaborative creativity research and practice in the arts and humanities; to define a possible outlet for future research funding with a clear pathway to impact and dissemination.

Layman's description

A short project to organise an exploratory workshop to generate ideas about preserving memories using digital.
Short titleDigital Memories
Effective start/end date15/03/1917/07/19


  • Digital Memories
  • Marginalisation
  • Creativity
  • Collaboration
  • Law
  • Management
  • Systems Thinking