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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
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Reassembling Marseille’s mosaic: urban planning in service of a post-World War II imagined identity

Reassembling Marseille’s mosaic: urban planning in service of a post-World War II imagined identity

Socio-spatial divisions between districts in the North and South have marked the port-city of Marseille since the post-World War II urban reconstruction period. This article analyses the decades spanning the 1940s to the 1960s Vieux Port area as well as the HLM (Habitation à Loyer Modéré, or rent controlled properties) building projects in the North of the city. This reveals a dual strategy deployed by urban planners as well as municipal and national government officials in response to an increasing immigrant workforce involving relocation into HLMs and (re-)designing public spaces.

3 July 2024


Eliane Schmid
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Politics of Digitisation Session

Politics of Digitisation Session

This session will delve into the politics of digitisation and its relevance to the field of public history. What does the digitisation of cultural heritage offer historians and the public, and what do the politics of digital cultural heritage look like? We will first delve into different forms of cultural heritage digitization, from bottom-up community archiving to mass digitization and state-funded efforts.

2 July 2024


Gerben Zaagsma
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Public History and Decolonisation

Public History and Decolonisation

1 July 2024


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Decolonizing Through Public History - Introduction

Decolonizing Through Public History - Introduction

Decolonization is the subject of an abundant literature, both as a historical event and as a contemporary process. In relations with the past, debates have risen about issues such as colonial monuments, museum collections, and repatriation. Rather than dealing with a specific type of space, institution, or material, this special issue in International Public History offers a discussion on the many links between decolonization and public history.

1 July 2024


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Hermeneutic Modeling of Detail in Textual Zoom and Literary Texts

Hermeneutic Modeling of Detail in Textual Zoom and Literary Texts

This chapter focuses on the dynamic nature of detail as an esthetic category and the hypothesis that interpretation in the digital medium encompasses a certain degree of modeling, understood in its double sense of building representations of objects and shaping figures in a plastic material.

28 June 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Grüne Mauern und der Mythos der "ausgebliebenen Proletarisierung" - Periphere Arbeiterstraßen in der industrialisierten Kleinstadt Esch/Alzette zwischen Urbanität und Ruralität (1890-1935)

Grüne Mauern und der Mythos der "ausgebliebenen Proletarisierung" - Periphere Arbeiterstraßen in der industrialisierten Kleinstadt Esch/Alzette zwischen Urbanität und Ruralität (1890-1935)

26 June 2024


Daniel Richter
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
2023 C²DH Annual Report

2023 C²DH Annual Report – now online

The C²DH is delighted to share with you its 2023 Annual Report, which looks back on a memorable year of pioneering research in digital and public history.

18 June 2024


Isabelle Voegeli
Report
C2DH Annual report

C²DH Annual Report 2022

A review of the C²DH's activities in 2022 - in digital format.

17 June 2024


Isabelle Voegeli
Report
Presenter: Designing a best practice digital workflow in times of war. Insights into the launching of the U-CORE project

Presenter: Designing a best practice digital workflow in times of war. Insights into the launching of the U-CORE project

This paper provides an insight into the ongoing interdisciplinary research aimed at designing a best practice digital workflow for the collection, research, and archiving of audio testimonies related to the Russian full-scale invasion in Ukraine. As the first and largest international documentation project of testimonies on this war, it serves as a continuous guide for similar smaller documentation initiatives. The documentation project, known as ’24.02.2022, 5am.

7 June 2024


Inna Ganschow
Article
Mentorship for early career scholars in web archive studies

Mentorship for early career scholars in web archive studies

This session aims to create a space for open discussion and networking for early career scholars (PhD students and postdoctoral researchers). Organised by three advanced scholars with strong expertise in web archives, this 90-minute session will focus first on the role and place of web archives in research, including how case studies, close and distant reading, and different tools and methods may be used, refined, and presented in research.

6 June 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Documenting the Use of Generative AI in Digital Humanities Workflows

Documenting the Use of Generative AI in Digital Humanities Workflows

The paper focuses on building and sharing documentation about the use of generative AI in DH workflows.

5 June 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Playing the Imitation Game: Human-AI Simulators in Pedagogic Design

Playing the Imitation Game: Human-AI Simulators in Pedagogic Design

The aim of the study is to address the question of using generative AI in creative writing assignments starting from the hypothesis that preliminary simulations of AI-based pedagogic scenarios can help instructors to better understand the inner mechanisms of these technologies and their possible impact on the learning, assignment completion and evaluation processes. The paper presents a set of experiments with simulated student-agent interactions generated by AI chatbots and proposes a formal framework for assessing this form of “imitation game” and its possible applications in real teaching-learning environments.

5 June 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Was ist Citizen Science?

Was ist Citizen Science?

4 June 2024


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Produites par des sources et productrices de sources une approche des intelligences artificielles génératives par les humanités et l’histoire numériques

Produites par des sources et productrices de sources une approche des intelligences artificielles génératives par les humanités et l’histoire numériques

3 June 2024


Frédéric Clavert
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
LLODIA: A Linguistic Linked Open Data Model for Diachronic Analysis

LLODIA: A Linguistic Linked Open Data Model for Diachronic Analysis

This article proposes a linguistic linked open data model for diachronic analysis (LLODIA) that combines data derived from diachronic analysis of multilingual corpora with dictionary-based evidence.

31 May 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Self-Evaluation of Generative AI Prompts for Linguistic Linked Open Data Modelling in Diachronic Analysis

Self-Evaluation of Generative AI Prompts for Linguistic Linked Open Data Modelling in Diachronic Analysis

This article addresses the question of evaluating generative AI prompts designed for specific tasks such as linguistic linked open data modelling and refining of word embedding results.

31 May 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Archiv und Erinnerung: Zur Verschränkung von Mediengeschichte und Historiographie

Archiv und Erinnerung: Zur Verschränkung von Mediengeschichte und Historiographie

Museen, Archive und historische Wissenschaften haben sich innerhalb eines sich wandelnden technologisch-epistemologischen Kontextes schrittweise an partizipatorische Formen des Sammelns, der Forschung und der Erarbeitung historischen Wissens angenähert. Dieser Prozess war begleitet von der Ausweitung historischer Quellenarten und Forschungsfragen, von der stärkeren Gewichtung des Erinnerns und der interpretativen Leistung historischer Akteure sowie von einer Vielzahl neuer medialer Formen, die das Zeigen, Schreiben und Erzählen von Geschichte veränderten.

31 May 2024


Karin Priem
  • Public history
Article
Small-Scale Testing on Generative AI and Post-OCR Correction in Historical Datasets

Small-Scale Testing on Generative AI and Post-OCR Correction in Historical Datasets

This article proposes a small-scale investigation on the use of generative AI agents for post-OCR correction in historical datasets.

31 May 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Europavorstellungen im belgischen und luxemburgischen Widerstand

Europavorstellungen im belgischen und luxemburgischen Widerstand

25 May 2024


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
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