Storytelling - DARIAH Annual Event 2022

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Storytelling - DARIAH Annual Event 2022

In this community we present abstracts and outcomes of the DARIAH Annual Event 2022 which will take place from May 31 to June 3, 2022 in Athens, Greece and online as a hybrid event. 


The power of storytelling as a sense-making and knowledge-creation strategy is deeply embedded in human cultures, reaching back as far as our written records, and looking as far forward as our technological imaginations.  How we gather, share and use our stories says much about who we are, how we entertain and educate, how we build identities and understand the world beyond our vision, how we relate to our past and to our future.  As such, our tools to create and preserve stories can be seen as an infrastructure operating across space and time. In the arts and humanities, we are uniquely sensitised to the manner in which the human tendency toward storytelling influences every account of human activity, whether it manifests as an archive, a documentary film, a historical account, literary work, oral history collection, or in almost any expression of creativity. Storytelling and narratives are also part of our research methods and are used to structure our research processes, educate our students, and communicate scientific ideas more widely. 

For this first post-pandemic physical meeting of the DARIAH community, we highlight the power of storytelling in the arts and humanities.  By looking at our research practices and our research infrastructures through the lens of storytelling, we hope to build conceptual bridges between the arts, technology, humanities, and beyond.

Here you will find both posters and presentations, with posters uploaded before the Annual Event and presentations just before or shortly thereafter. More details on the programme can be found at or at the conference tool directly,

DARIAH is happy to announce Andrew Perkis and Louise Welsh as keynote speakers at the Annual Event 2022.

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