Updates from Exeter

19 January 2022

Like the other teams, we launched our first version of Hidden Exeter in late autumn 2020, just as new lockdowns were beginning to be announced across Europe, limiting the potential for full-scale promotion of all our apps. So we kept things quite low key and kept working! In December 2020 Fabrizio Nevola and Kate Osborne […]

News from Hidden Valencia

07 January 2022

In June 2020 Hidden Valencia launched its official twitter account (@HiddenValencia) coinciding with the publication of a short video presentation by one of the members of the research team, Professor Pablo Pérez García (University of Valencia), in which he examined the effects of pandemics in the past, with a focus on the city of Valencia […]

News from Hidden Trento

08 December 2021

On 19 November 2020, the first walking tour, Innkeepers, princes and migrants, guided by the German innkeeper Ursula, was published by researchers of the Istituto Storico Italo-Germanico, FBK. On 20 October 2021, the team introduced a second tour, The City of the Council, with a new protagonist, Angelo Massarelli, the famous secretariat of the Council of Trent.  Between […]

News from “Hidden Deventer”

19 November 2021

Due to the modern “plague” Katharina Kerstkens had to postpone the festive launch of the Hidden Deventer app to a later date.  As soon as the Hidden Deventer app had become available, the local media immediately picked up the news and several articles were published in the newspaper De Stentor, and the local television Deventer […]

Updates from Hamburg

03 November 2021

We’ve decided to write up a series of short news updates for each of the contributing partners in our project. This week, Hamburg! Both the App for Hamburg and the general project was highlighted in various German news channels, media platforms, radio stations, and newspapers. Among them was a report by Germany’s leading online news […]

Hidden Cities and pandemic

28 October 2020

This film was made during the Europe-wide lockdown of the Covid19 pandemic in May 2020. As historians we have been struck by the analogies that resonate across the centuries about public space and pandemic. Adopting a similar methodolgy to our project as a whole, in which we focus on objects of material culture and their […]