Cultural Heritage Preservation in the Digital Age: Integrating Archaeology, Computer Science, and Cultural Studies


  • Mohsin Hamid Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) Author


Cultural heritage preservation, digital age, archaeology, computer science, cultural studies, interdisciplinary collaboration, conservation, digital tools, innovation


This paper explores the convergence of archaeology, computer science, and cultural studies in the context of cultural heritage preservation. As advancements in technology reshape the field, interdisciplinary collaboration has become essential for effective preservation strategies. Through the integration of diverse disciplines, this paper examines innovative approaches, challenges, and opportunities in leveraging digital tools for the conservation and interpretation of cultural heritage.