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Polyphonic Museums, Virtuality, and Divergent Memories. A coffee with Vladimir Montaña to talk about creative research
In this episode of Transmedia HistoryTelling Live, we have a coffee with anthropologist and multimedia historian Vladimir Montaña. Vladimir has taught at different universities in Bogota (Colombia). He has focused on creating interactive digital content from research on various topics, including the global and Latin American economy, economic history, the problem of cultural appropriation, new technologies in creative research, heritage, museology, and visual anthropology. In this case, we discuss creative research from a methodological perspective, and about historical and mnemic polyphonies in visual contexts.