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WOW2019

The Worlds of Wikimedia communicating and collaborating across languages and cultures held 2-14 June 2019 at the University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales

Wednesday 12 June 2019 Opening Event

SSB Lecture Theatre 200, Social Science Building. ​Co-hosted by Worlds of Wikimedia Conference and Sydney Ideas.

  • 6-7.30pm Dr Martin Dittus, Oxford Internet Institute, in conversation with Professor Jaky Troy, University of Sydney, hosted by Dean Annamarie Jagose.
  • 7.30-8.30 Welcome drinks for conference delegates and registration.

Thursday 13 June 2019 Day 1

​Room S226, Department of Media and Communications, John Woolley Building, Manning Rd.

  • 9.15-9.30 Welcome to country with Uncle Alan, a Gadigal man from the Eora nation.
  • 9.30-10.30 Keynote Professor Jaky Troy
  • Special Sufi performance by Adnan Bhatti
  • 10.30-11.00 Morning tea
  • 11.00-12.30 Dr Bunty Avieson - Minority language Wikipedias for cultural resilience
  • Adrian Estevez Iglesias - Galician Literature in Wikipedias: from Middle-Age lyric to contemporaneous crime fiction
  • Ivonne Kristiani - Encouraging Knowledge Production by Women in Arts & Culture in Indonesia
  • 12.30-1.30 Lunch
  • 1.30-2.30 Keynote Dr Carwil Bjork-James
  • 2.30-3.15 Dr Frances Di Lauro - Wikipedia and languages
  • 3.15-3.45 Afternoon tea
  • 3.45-4.45 GLAM presentations, host Liam Wyatt, founder and coordinator for GLAMwiki Europeana.
  • Kerry Raymond - Creating Wikipedia articles from CC-BY content; how hard can it be?
  • 4.45-5.45. Dr Toby Hudson - Wikidata and how it is helping to overcome language biases
  • 6.00 Drinks and Conference dinner, Holmes Courtyard.

Friday 14 June 2019

  • 9.15-10.00 Keynote Ingrid Cumming, Noongarpedia
  • 10.00-11.00 Caddie Brain and Joel Liddle - Developing Indigemoji - the political tensions of combining some of the newest and oldest languages in the world in an app.
  • Carrol Quadrio - How digital technology enables literacy for Indigenous peoples
  • 11.00-11.15 Morning Tea
  • 11.15-12.15 Jacinta Sutton - Libraries, Wikipedia and the yield of knowledge
  • Jedidiah Evans - Wikiprisons: Carceral education and the limits of knowledge
  • 12.15-1.00 Keynote Liam Wyatt - Wikipedia as Palimpsest
  • 1.00-1.30 Lunch
  • 1.30–3pm. Roundtable
  • 3.00-3.30 Afternoon tea and finish.