Erzsébet works as the Open Science Officer of DARIAH ERIC where she is responsible for fostering and implementing policies and practices related to the open dissemination of research results in the arts and humanities. Her advocacy activities include charing DARIAH's research data management working group, providing workshops, webinars, and other training activities to arts and humanities scholars on a regular basis. She is also involved in European science policy making as well as European infrastructure-building projects such as SSHOC, OPERAS-P and TRIPLE. She received her PhD in Cultural Linguistics and also has a background in scholarly communication.
Erzsébet can give you insights about the special flavours of the open and FAIR research culture as it is taking shape in the diverse disciplines belonging to the arts and humanities domain. She is actively working on translating the global open and FAIR data mandates into the needs of arts and humanities research communities and exploring domain-and discipline-specific paths towards responsible and sustainable research data sharing. She is passionate about improving access to cultural heritage, mitigating the digital divide across scholarly communities, Open Access books, metaphors and metonymies. Read more at: https://dariahopen.hypotheses.org/