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CADEAH postdoc Abby Waysdorf has had her article on contemporary remix accepted by the journal Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. The article, "Remix in the Age of Ubiquitous Remix," investigates remix from an ethnographic...

CADEAH at Home

Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, many of the planned activities for the CADEAH team are postponed.   The CADEAH annual project meeting, scheduled for the end of May in Prague, has been postponed. At this meeting, we planned to not only discuss our work in...

CADEAH at FIAT/IFTA

From 23-25 October Abby and Eggo were at the FIAT/IFTA (Fédération Internationale des Archives de Télévision / The International Federation of Television Archives) conference in Dubrovnik to present CADEAH, meet with archives and archivists, and enjoy the atmosphere...

USD workshop with Irena Reifová

Irena Reifová, a leading media-studies expert from Charles University, shared her views on re-mediation of audiovisual heritage in online popular culture with the USD team in Prague. The common workshop held on March 25, 2019 dealt with the current possibilities of...

Who remixed the Prague Castle?

Our thanks for the CADEAH website header video go to Michal Orsava, the author of a Harry Potter remix which has reached over 5 million views. Our team was interested in the way he works with pop-culture footage and re-mediates them into a (political) satirical...

CADEAH meeting in Prague

On February 1, the members of the European History Reloaded: Curation and Appropriation of Digital Audiovisual Heritage (CADEAH) project met at the Institute of Contemporary History, Prague. CADEAH is a new project that researches the online circulation and...