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Zum vermeintlichen Verschwinden des Reparierens in Luxemburg, 1956–1987

Zum vermeintlichen Verschwinden des Reparierens in Luxemburg, 1956–1987

Die Geschichte des Reparierens wird meist als Niedergangsgeschichte erzählt: Das sich wandelnde Verhältnis zwischen Anschaffungs- und Reparaturkosten von Konsumgütern hätte dazu geführt, dass immer weniger repariert wurde und private Konsumenten stattdessen direkt neue Geräte angeschafft hätten. Als Wendepunkt hin zur sogenannten Wegwerfgesellschaft werden für Westeuropa die 1970er und 1980er Jahre genannt. Am Beispiel Luxemburgs soll der Wan- del des Reparaturfeldes für diesen Zeitraum näher untersucht werden.

1 January 2023


Stefan Krebs
  • Public history
Article
Entre inquiétudes des minorités et peurs d'une désintégration. Représentations de l'avenir de la Belgique au sein des débats sur l'autonomie des Belges germanophones depuis les années 1980

Entre inquiétudes des minorités et peurs d'une désintégration. Représentations de l'avenir de la Belgique au sein des débats sur l'autonomie des Belges germanophones depuis les années 1980

The conceptions of Belgium that lie behind the demands of German-speaking Belgians for the expansion of their autonomy have not yet come into the focus of historical and political science research. What future do they associate with the Belgian state when they claim a community-region or a ‘Belgium of four’? This article attempts to approach this question by analysing four regimes of fear that determine East Belgian discourses: Fear of the past, fear of minorities, fear of being overwhelmed and fear of disintegration.

1 January 2023


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Internet histories second early career researcher award

Internet histories second early career researcher award

This special issue is the result of our second call for the Internet Histories Early Career Researcher Award. For the second time, in 2021, the journal Internet Histories has invited any interested early career researchers (masters students, doctoral students, and post-doctoral researchers) whose research focuses on the history of the Internet and/or the Web, and histories of digital cultures — or any historical topic within the scope of the Internet Histories journal, to apply for the award and to submit an original article.

1 January 2023


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Minett Stories: Telling the history of an industrial region to the public

Minett Stories: Telling the history of an industrial region to the public

1 January 2023


Stefan Krebs
  • Public history
Article
Im Griff des Nationalsozialismus : Fallstudien zu NS-Organisationen in Luxemburg und der Ortschaft Schifflingen

Im Griff des Nationalsozialismus : Fallstudien zu NS-Organisationen in Luxemburg und der Ortschaft Schifflingen

1 January 2023


Sarah Maya Vercruysse
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
A Public History of Monuments

A Public History of Monuments

31 December 2022


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Digitised Newspapers – A New Eldorado for Historians?

Digitised Newspapers – A New Eldorado for Historians?

The application of digital technologies to historical newspapers have changed the research landscape historians were used to. An Eldorado? Despite undeniable advantages, the new digital affordance of historical newspapers also transforms research practices and confronts historians with new challenges. Drawing on a growing community of practices, the impresso project invited scholars experienced with digitised newspaper collections with the aim of encouraging a discussion on heuristics, source criticism and interpretation of digitized newspapers.

31 December 2022


Estelle Bunout, Frédéric Clavert
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Architectural heritage and art collections at the Court of Justice of the European Union – narratives, images and symbols

Architectural heritage and art collections at the Court of Justice of the European Union – narratives, images and symbols

Dr Sara Afonso Ferreira presented to the students the Court of Justice of the European Union and the collection of works of art which it preserves and which are representative of the Member States and of Europe’s multicultural diversity. Curia's artistic heritage has evolved in line with the stages of European integration and the history of the institution itself, and embodies nowadays the European identity.

21 December 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Interdisciplinary challenges and innovative practices at the HAEU. An intellectual portrait of Alcide De Gasperi through new sources

Interdisciplinary challenges and innovative practices at the HAEU. An intellectual portrait of Alcide De Gasperi through new sources

Dr Jacopo Cellini's talk aimed at familiarising the students with the history of the EUI - which was founded in 1972 with the mission to “foster the advancement of learning in fields which are of particular interest for the development of Europe”. he HAEU opened to the public in 1986: they hold institutional and non-institutional archives on European integration (more than 270 fonds, multilingual and multimedia).

19 December 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Les Italien-ne-s dans le Luxembourg des migrations (2ème partie)

Les Italien-ne-s dans le Luxembourg des migrations (2ème partie)

17 December 2022


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
« Préservons notre patrimoine numérique grâce au contre-archivage décentralisé et collaboratif »

« Préservons notre patrimoine numérique grâce au contre-archivage décentralisé et collaboratif »

TRIBUNE. Alors que le rachat de Twitter a mis au jour la fragilité des contenus uniquement numériques, l’historien Frédéric Clavert appelle, dans une tribune au « Monde », à créer des mécanismes citoyens d’archivage pour « préserver l’information de notre époque ».

17 December 2022


Frédéric Clavert
Article
Presenter: Arrival Declaration Forms. A New Gateway for Mapping Migration to Luxembourg

Presenter: Arrival Declaration Forms. A New Gateway for Mapping Migration to Luxembourg

16 December 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Main Organiser: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

Main Organiser: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

15 December 2022


Johanna Jaschik
Article
Co-Organiser: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

Co-Organiser: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

15 December 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
The Transformation of ARBED 1973-2001. A European business and labour history

The Transformation of ARBED 1973-2001. A European business and labour history

15 December 2022


Nicolas Arendt
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Introductory Words of Conference: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

Introductory Words of Conference: Borders In Flux and Border Temporalities In and Beyond Europe

15 December 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Chair: Remembering as Bordering

Chair: Remembering as Bordering

15 December 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Learning gender after the Cold War. Transnational circulations of feminist knowledge in post-socialist settings

Learning gender after the Cold War. Transnational circulations of feminist knowledge in post-socialist settings

Dr Ioana Cîrstocea presented and analysed with the students her last book entitled "Learning Gender after the Cold War. Contentious Feminisms" 'Palgrave Macmillan, 2022), which is dedicated at "decoding" the role of feminist politics and technocratic norms, expert discourses, activist repertoires and academic knowledge on women’s rights and gender equality after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

14 December 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Bridging NLP and LLOD: Humanities Approaches to Semantic Change

Bridging NLP and LLOD: Humanities Approaches to Semantic Change

The talk presents an overview of theoretical aspects, NLP techniques and LLOD formalisms for analysing and representing semantic change.

8 December 2022


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Controversies and commemorations: the extreme right and the 2016 commemoration of the battle of Verdun

Controversies and commemorations: the extreme right and the 2016 commemoration of the battle of Verdun

8 December 2022


Frédéric Clavert
Article

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