mw. T. (Trilce) Navarrete Hernandez


  • Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen
    Capaciteitsgroep Media & Cultuur
  • Turfdraagsterpad  9
    1012 XT  Amsterdam
  • T.NavarreteHernandez@uva.nl

Trilce Navarrete Hernández works as PhD researcher and lecturer at the University of Amsterdam , in the Culture and Information Science Program, department of Mediastudies. Trilce is associated with the Institute of Culture and History (ICG) at the Faculty of Humanities .

Teaching

Trilce teaches for the Cultural Information Science Bachelor Program, department of Media Studies :
- Research Methods 
- Introduction to Cultural Information Science
- Information and Cultural Memory
Past courses tought include:
- Economic aspects of digitization, elective at department of Media Studies.
- History of Media for the Media Studies Bachelor Program, department of Media Studies.
- Philosophy of Science for the Spanish Language and Culture Bachelor Program, department of Romance Languages.

Research

Trilce's main area of research is digital cultural heritage: access, (co-)production, distribution, economic aspects and historic context.
Trilce researches the digitization in museums from a historic perspective as the process to adopt computers in work practice and the implication this has on what is perceived as an (online) collection, a (digital) museum, and a (virtual) visitor.
Her thesis analyses the digitization of collections in Dutch museums in the period between 1960 to 2011. A digital collection is made up of all digital records that represent knowledge about the collection. Digitized collections are seen as the end result of decisions influenced, among other factors, by the type of collection, resources available and knowledge about technology as well as national policies and funding schemes. All factors influence the currently available collection of heritage information available from the Netherlands now and in the future.
Her research interest focuses on digital heritage and digital cultural knowledge. Special attention is given to the processes of production, transmission, preservation, use and re-use of digital heritage content as these evolve in time. Digitization is examined as a process that represents costs as well as benefits.
Other areas of interest include the impact of new technologies in the economics of museums, national digital heritage accounts, and digital content management.

Academic background

Trilce has an academic background in Art History and Museum Studies with further specialization in the economics of digital collections in museums. She holds an MA in Cultural Economics from Erasmus University Rotterdam and an MA in Museum Management from the University of Oregon .
Trilce has joined the Archive and Information Science Research Group to further the understanding of the process of production and transmission of heritage knowledge through the use of digital media.

External Links

The Digital Facts project (De Digitale Feiten) measures the production and costs of digitization of heritage collections in Dutch museums, libraries, archives and monuments.

Conference papers

  • "Does digitization bring a productivity lag in museum work" paper presented at Association of Cultural Economics International ACEI 2010 Biannual Conference, Copenhagen Denmark. 10-12 June 2010.
  • "Identifying digitization related costs: a reflective exercise" paper presented at the 8 th European Conference on Digital Archiving. ECA 2010 European Conference on Archives, Geneva, Switzerland, April 28 th -30 th , 2010.


  • "Digital Heritage in the Netherlands: notes on the production, expenditure and availability survey" paper presented at the Museum Computer Network MCN 2009 Annual Conference, Portland, OR, USA. November 2009.


  • With Frank Huysmans, " Digital cultural heritage in the Netherlands: collecting statistics on production, investments and use" paper presented at IFLA conference, Milan, Italy, August 2009.


  • "Measuring effectiveness in the Digitization Output of Museums: the case of theTropenmuseum" paper presented at the Association for Cultural Economics International ACEI XVII International Conference 2008, Boston MA, USA, June 2008.


  • " Funding Dutch Digital Collections " paper presented at the ACEI XIVInternational Conference 2006, Vienna, Austria, July 2006.


  • "From Cabinet of Curiosities to Digital Interlinking Environments" paper presented at the Digital Resources forthe Humanities conference DRH, Lancaster UK, September 2005.
  • "The Value of theArts in Health" paper presented at the ACEI XIII International Conference 2004, Chicago USA, 2004.
  • "Museums in the street: Cultural Creation in theCommunity" paper presented at the ICOM-INTERCOM meeting 2002, Dublin Ireland, October 2002.


Invited lectures

  • "Administration of Digitization" invited lecture for the Cultural Administration class. Arts and Administration Masters Program, University of Oregon, Eugene OR, USA November 10th, 2009.


  • "Preservation of Digital Archives " invited lecture at ICN July Picture Meeting on Documentation, Amsterdam, July 9th, 2009.
  • "Digital Heritage in the Netherlands: notes on the production, expenditure and availability survey" paper presented at the Museum Computer Network MCN 2009 Annual Conference, Portland, OR, USA. November 2009.


  • With Frank Huysmans, " Digital cultural heritage in the Netherlands: collecting statistics on production, investments and use" paper presented at IFLA conference, Milan, Italy, August 2009.


  • "Measuring effectiveness in the Digitization Output of Museums: the case of theTropenmuseum" paper presented at the Association for Cultural Economics International ACEI XVII International Conference 2008, Boston MA, USA, June 2008.


  • " Funding Dutch Digital Collections " paper presented at the ACEI XIVInternational Conference 2006, Vienna, Austria, July 2006.


  • "From Cabinet of Curiosities to Digital Interlinking Environments" paper presented at the Digital Resources forthe Humanities conference DRH, Lancaster UK, September 2005.
  • "The Value of theArts in Health" paper presented at the ACEI XIII International Conference 2004, Chicago USA, 2004.
  • "Museums in the street: Cultural Creation in theCommunity" paper presented at the ICOM-INTERCOM meeting 2002, Dublin Ireland, October 2002.


Invited lectures

  • "Administration of Digitization" invited lecture for the Cultural Administration class. Arts and Administration Masters Program, University of Oregon, Eugene OR, USA November 10th, 2009.


  • "Preservation of Digital Archives " invited lecture at ICN July Picture Meeting on Documentation, Amsterdam, July 9th, 2009.
  • With Frank Huysmans, " Digital cultural heritage in the Netherlands: collecting statistics on production, investments and use" paper presented at IFLA conference, Milan, Italy, August 2009.


  • "Measuring effectiveness in the Digitization Output of Museums: the case of theTropenmuseum" paper presented at the Association for Cultural Economics International ACEI XVII International Conference 2008, Boston MA, USA, June 2008.


  • " Funding Dutch Digital Collections " paper presented at the ACEI XIVInternational Conference 2006, Vienna, Austria, July 2006.


  • "From Cabinet of Curiosities to Digital Interlinking Environments" paper presented at the Digital Resources forthe Humanities conference DRH, Lancaster UK, September 2005.
  • "The Value of theArts in Health" paper presented at the ACEI XIII International Conference 2004, Chicago USA, 2004.
  • "Museums in the street: Cultural Creation in theCommunity" paper presented at the ICOM-INTERCOM meeting 2002, Dublin Ireland, October 2002.


Invited lectures

  • "Administration of Digitization" invited lecture for the Cultural Administration class. Arts and Administration Masters Program, University of Oregon, Eugene OR, USA November 10th, 2009.


  • "Preservation of Digital Archives " invited lecture at ICN July Picture Meeting on Documentation, Amsterdam, July 9th, 2009.
  • "Measuring effectiveness in the Digitization Output of Museums: the case of theTropenmuseum" paper presented at the Association for Cultural Economics International ACEI XVII International Conference 2008, Boston MA, USA, June 2008.


  • " Funding Dutch Digital Collections " paper presented at the ACEI XIVInternational Conference 2006, Vienna, Austria, July 2006.


  • "From Cabinet of Curiosities to Digital Interlinking Environments" paper presented at the Digital Resources forthe Humanities conference DRH, Lancaster UK, September 2005.
  • "The Value of theArts in Health" paper presented at the ACEI XIII International Conference 2004, Chicago USA, 2004.
  • "Museums in the street: Cultural Creation in theCommunity" paper presented at the ICOM-INTERCOM meeting 2002, Dublin Ireland, October 2002.


Invited lectures

  • "Administration of Digitization" invited lecture for the Cultural Administration class. Arts and Administration Masters Program, University of Oregon, Eugene OR, USA November 10th, 2009.


  • "Preservation of Digital Archives " invited lecture at ICN July Picture Meeting on Documentation, Amsterdam, July 9th, 2009.
  • " Funding Dutch Digital Collections " paper presented at the ACEI XIVInternational Conference 2006, Vienna, Austria, July 2006.


  • "From Cabinet of Curiosities to Digital Interlinking Environments" paper presented at the Digital Resources forthe Humanities conference DRH, Lancaster UK, September 2005.
  • "The Value of theArts in Health" paper presented at the ACEI XIII International Conference 2004, Chicago USA, 2004.
  • "Museums in the street: Cultural Creation in theCommunity" paper presented at the ICOM-INTERCOM meeting 2002, Dublin Ireland, October 2002.


Invited lectures

  • "Administration of Digitization" invited lecture for the Cultural Administration class. Arts and Administration Masters Program, University of Oregon, Eugene OR, USA November 10th, 2009.


  • "Preservation of Digital Archives " invited lecture at ICN July Picture Meeting on Documentation, Amsterdam, July 9th, 2009.
  • "From Cabinet of Curiosities to Digital Interlinking Environments" paper presented at the Digital Resources forthe Humanities conference DRH, Lancaster UK, September 2005.
  • "The Value of theArts in Health" paper presented at the ACEI XIII International Conference 2004, Chicago USA, 2004.
  • "Museums in the street: Cultural Creation in theCommunity" paper presented at the ICOM-INTERCOM meeting 2002, Dublin Ireland, October 2002.


Invited lectures

  • "Administration of Digitization" invited lecture for the Cultural Administration class. Arts and Administration Masters Program, University of Oregon, Eugene OR, USA November 10th, 2009.


  • "Preservation of Digital Archives " invited lecture at ICN July Picture Meeting on Documentation, Amsterdam, July 9th, 2009.

Invited lectures

  • "Administration of Digitization" invited lecture for the Cultural Administration class. Arts and Administration Masters Program, University of Oregon, Eugene OR, USA November 10th, 2009.
  • "Preservation of Digital Archives " invited lecture at ICN July Picture Meeting on Documentation, Amsterdam, July 9th, 2009.

2013

  • T. Navarrete Hernandez & J.S. Mackenzie Owen (2013). Museums in a new information space. In Chiel van den Akker & Susan Legene (Eds.), Museums Transfigurations. Curation and Co-creation of Collections in the Digital Age. Oxford: Berghahn books.
  • T. Navarrete (2013). Digital Cultural Heritage. In I. Rizzo & A. Mignosa (Eds.), Handbook on the economics of cultural heritage (pp. 251-271). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=nlebk&AN=609450&site=ehost-live&ebv=EB&ppid=pp_251
  • T. Navarrete Hernandez (2013). Digitization and Museums. In Christian Handke & Ruth Towse (Eds.), Handbook of the Digital Creative Economy. Edward Elgar Publishing.

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