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CVCE.eu by uni.lu - Digital collections on History of the European Integration

A collection of thematic ePublications on the European integration process from 1945 to 2014. An analysis of a range of subjects based on an extensive and contextualised selection of more than 25.000 relevant and enriched multimedia, multisource and multilingual documentary resources.

9 May 2017


Cécile Duval, François Klein, Laurence Maufort, Marco Gabellini
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Website
Masse des archives du web et circulation des contenus

Masse des archives du web et circulation des contenus

13 May 2022


Fred Pailler
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Archives du web et circulation des contenus : le projet BUZZ-f (HIVI) et le Bnf-datalab

Archives du web et circulation des contenus : le projet BUZZ-f (HIVI) et le Bnf-datalab

12 May 2022


Fred Pailler
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Digging into web archives of the COVID crisis

Digging into web archives of the COVID crisis

This presentation aimed at presenting the challenges, methodologies and issues related to the analysis of the IIPC COVID collection of web archives through a collaboration with the Archive Unleashed Team.

11 May 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Genetic Criticism and Analysis of Interface Design: A Case Study

Genetic Criticism and Analysis of Interface Design: A Case Study

The paper proposes a methodology that combines theoretical and practical aspects from human-computer interaction (HCI) and genetic criticism to trace and analyse prototype evolution.

11 May 2022


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Keep calm and carry on. Historicizing online virality

Keep calm and carry on. Historicizing online virality

The purpose of our Hivi research project (https://hivi.uni.lu) is to historicise and to contextualise online virality through the different ages of the Web. This allows to grasp the evolution of digital cultures, as well as the changes of platforms, audience, formats, and the cross-platform, transnational and transmedia circulations of Internet phenomena (memes, online challenges, etc.). There are also continuities of practices to be retrieved, such as trolling, participation and remix.

4 May 2022


Valérie Schafer, Fred Pailler
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Help for Ukrainian Refugees

Help for Ukrainian Refugees

The interview focuses on the work of the migration researcher Inna Ganschow as a volunteer in a German organization MMS-Humanitas e.V. helping to transport and accommodate Ukrainian refugees in Luxembourgish and German families. In addition to talking about the experience of an interpreter accompanying buses from the Ukrainian-Luxembourg border to Germany, the scientist shares her observations on the emergence of a new diaspora.

4 May 2022


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
History and Shared Authority

History and Shared Authority

28 April 2022


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
The Luxembourg Financial Ecosystem and the European Monetary Innovation. Cas Study on KBL, LuxSE and EIB (1957-1990)

The Luxembourg Financial Ecosystem and the European Monetary Innovation. Cas Study on KBL, LuxSE and EIB (1957-1990)

The Luxembourg international financial centre developed considerably during the 1960s, propelled by several factors including concerted government policy, flexible regulation and a willingness to harness opportunities at international level (such as the 1963 US interest equalisation tax and the Bundesbank provisions introduced in 1968 and 1974). The decision to establish various Community institutions (the ECSC High Authority in 1952) and European funding institutions (the European Investment Bank in 1968) in the country also had a decisive impact.

26 April 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
“Put it back”. Issues and challenges of historicising online virality

“Put it back”. Issues and challenges of historicising online virality

From the Hampster Dance, All your Base are belong to us and the Dancing Baby in the second half of the 1990s to Bernie’s mittens at the US presidential inauguration and the image macros of the Evergreen blocked in the Suez Canal, through Disaster Girl or Distracted Boyfriend to name but a few, memes and Internet phenomena have become in the last twenty years an important part of our digital cultures (Shifman, 2014).

21 April 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Content Management

Content Management

The use of content management systems (CMSes) in public history is a relatively new phenomenon that has greatly enhanced the possibilities of presenting, curating and narrating history online. As CMSes have become increasingly powerful and easier to use, they obviate the need for comparatively costlier custom solutions, both in terms of time and financial investment. Archives, libraries, museums, institutions, scholars and educators are making use of CMSes to showcase collections, accompany exhibitions, tell histories online and to build online communities and networks.

19 April 2022


Gerben Zaagsma
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Handbook of Digital Public History

Handbook of Digital Public History

This handbook provides a systematic overview of the present state of international research in digital public history. Individual studies by internationally renowned public historians, digital humanists, and digital historians elucidate central issues in the field and present a critical account of the major public history accomplishments, research activities, and practices with the public and of their digital context.

19 April 2022


Gerben Zaagsma
Article
Introduction: Handbook of Digital Public History

Introduction: Handbook of Digital Public History

This handbook provides a systematic overview of the present state of international research in digital public history (DPH). Detailed individual studies by internationally renowned public historians, digital humanists and digital historians elucidate central issues in the field and present a critical account of the major public history accomplishments, research activities, practices with the public and of their digital context.

19 April 2022


Gerben Zaagsma
Article
Luxembourg and the creation of the European single currency - Lessons from the History

Luxembourg and the creation of the European single currency - Lessons from the History

In political terms, European integration and multilateral cooperation enabled Luxembourg to become an equal partner in the decision-making processes and leadership of European organizations. In economic terms, these features gave the country the tools it needed to forge a development model that could underpin the creative growth of its social market

15 April 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Heilsgeschichte aus dem Osten

Heilsgeschichte aus dem Osten

Der russische Ultranationalismus kann als „politische Religion“ aufgefasst werden.
Beeinflusst dieser ideologische Überbau russischsprachige Gemeinschaften in Luxemburg?

15 April 2022


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Unsichtbares sichtbar machen

Unsichtbares sichtbar machen

9 April 2022


Denis Scuto, Julia Harnoncourt
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Historicising online virality

Historicising online virality

This presentation aims to questions the methodologies and challenges related to an historical study of European online virality.

8 April 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Social Media: Snapshots in Public History

Social Media: Snapshots in Public History

This chapter provides an overview of how social media foster the application of public history and communication with the public, and what types of institutions, projects, and communities are involved in the process.

4 April 2022


Florentina Armaselu
  • Public history
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Cybermemorials: Remembrance and Places of Memory in the Digital Age

Cybermemorials: Remembrance and Places of Memory in the Digital Age

4 April 2022


Sandra Camarda
  • Public history
Article
Digital Personal Memories: The Archiving of the Self and Public History

Digital Personal Memories: The Archiving of the Self and Public History

By providing a facilitated access to data storage, digital technologies seem to make expression and preservation of the self more straightforward. They reconfigure the means and forms of access to data, thus also affecting the relationships and participation of individuals in heritagization and history, and potentially impacting historians. This renews questions that scholars already know well, such as the place of memories in the making of history, and that of self-narratives.

1 April 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
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