A.M. Råmark (Aliisa) MSc

PhD candidate - Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
PhD candidate - Radboud Institute for Culture and History

A.M. Råmark (Aliisa) MSc
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Erasmusplein 1

Postal address

Postbus 9103

Working days Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Aliisa Råmark is a PhD Candidate at the Radboud University in Research Institute for Culture and History (RICH). Her research focus is on conservation and digital/virtual heritage, currently analysing the opportunities and challenges of implementing novel technology into difficult heritage sites. Further, she is interested in memory studies, multiperspectivity, accessibility and dark heritage.

Her PhD research is part of an overarching EU-project MEMORISE and focuses on evaluating the use of a virtual interactive platform for the engagement, exploration and education of Heritage on Nazi Persecution (HNP). The digital platforms in focus are an Augmented Reality (AR) and a web-based interactive exploration that disseminate virtual reconstructions of eradicated former Nazi camps. Moreover, she will analyse how visual layers, multiperspective narratives, individualisation and active learning impact the learning and collective memory formation of HNP.

Aliisa has previously obtained a Master of Science in Conservation from the University of Gothenburg and Bachelor of Arts and Culture in Restoration from South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences (XAMK). Her Master thesis explored the visualisation of rock art in the Nordic climate utilising AR technology.



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