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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
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
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
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
Article
Digital Public History in the United States

Digital Public History in the United States

Digital history goes, by definition, beyond national frontiers, but can one decipher national specificities in its practices and projects? This chapter explores the birth, development, and institutionalization of digital public history in the United States. Issued from a strong network of digital history practitioners, the success of digital public history in the United States stemmed from its connection with pre-existing public history academic centers and projects.

1 April 2022


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Web Archiving of crisis

Web Archiving of crisis

Roundtable and short presentation on Web Archives of Crisis and Conspiracy

31 March 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Varia

Varia

29 March 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
That escalated quickly: ‘the many challenges of historicising online virality’

That escalated quickly: ‘the many challenges of historicising online virality’

28 March 2022


Fred Pailler, Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
"24.02.22, 5am: Testimonies from the War"

"24.02.22, 5am: Testimonies from the War"

26 March 2022


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
The History of Cross-Border Cooperation: some historiographical remarks

The History of Cross-Border Cooperation: some historiographical remarks

What is Cross-Border Cooperation? How to write the History of Cross-Border Cooperation? The contribution explores the historiography in the field and presents two case studies (Euregio Meuse-Rhine and Europäische Vereinigung Eifel-Ardennen). It focusses on the sources that could be used for such a history and on difficulties regarding archival research.

24 March 2022


Christoph Brüll
Article
Co-Organiser: Workshop on archives for the history of cross-border cooperation in the Greater Region

Co-Organiser: Workshop on archives for the history of cross-border cooperation in the Greater Region

24 March 2022


Machteld Venken, Christoph Brüll, Estelle Bunout
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
"But you know you won't be back"

"But you know you won't be back"

18 March 2022


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Closing Keynote: Networks, governance and design. A journey through some historical case studies

Closing Keynote: Networks, governance and design. A journey through some historical case studies

As famous as the quotation by Lawrence Lessing “Code is law”, the sentence by David Clark at a meeting at the IETF in 1992 “We reject kings, presidents and voting, we believe in rough consensus and running code” became a “motto for Internet standardization” (Russell, 2006) that invites us to have a look at the past relationships and intertwinements between networks design and governance.

18 March 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
A Workshop on War Letters (in the Digital Age)

A Workshop on War Letters (in the Digital Age)

Impressions of building a community around people working on the digitization of historical ‘egodocuments’ using Transkribus.

17 March 2022


Nina Janz
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
AWAC2 — Analysing Web Archives of the COVID Crisis through the IIPC Novel Coronavirus dataset

AWAC2 — Analysing Web Archives of the COVID Crisis through the IIPC Novel Coronavirus dataset

Launched in 2020, the Cohort program is engaging with researchers in a year-long collaboration and mentorship with the Archives Unleashed Project and the Internet Archive, to support web archival research.

Web archives provide a rich resource for exploration and discovery! As such, this session will feature the program’s inaugural research teams, who will discuss the innovative ways they are exploring web archival collections to tackle interdisciplinary topics and methodologies. Projects from the Cohort program include:

16 March 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Presenter: The War in Ukraine and History

Presenter: The War in Ukraine and History

16 March 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Historiciser la viralité en ligne : les défis des archives

Historiciser la viralité en ligne : les défis des archives

Les phénomènes viraux et en particulier les gifs et les mèmes ont donné lieu à des études (par H. Jenkins, L. Shifman, R. Milner, D. Kaplan et N. Nova, J. Eppink, A. Wagener et bien d’autres) qui éclairent les phénomènes de circulation, participation, partage (cf. également les recherches de N. John) et transformation au sein des cultures numériques. Les phénomènes viraux sont bien sûr présents dès les débuts du Web et certains voient dans les émoticones ou la loi de Godwin leurs premières occurrences (J. McGrath).

11 March 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
The Digital Archive and the Politics of Digitisation

The Digital Archive and the Politics of Digitisation

In this paper I will discuss key parameters of the politics of digitisation within a broader historical and global context with the aim to encourage further debate on its implications for historical research. In the first part, I will outline the global dimensions of the politics of digital cultural heritage with a particular focus on developments within and between Europe and Africa, framed within the broader context of the politics of heritage and its preservation and recent debates about ‘postcolonial digital humanities’.

10 March 2022


Gerben Zaagsma
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
DIGITAL HUMANITIES – A SCIENCE UNTO ITSELF? A CONVERSATION WITH VALÉRIE SCHAFER

DIGITAL HUMANITIES – A SCIENCE UNTO ITSELF? A CONVERSATION WITH VALÉRIE SCHAFER

What does it mean to be a digital scholar? The answers to this seemingly simple question are probably as diverse as the interdisciplinary field of digital humanities itself. To learn more about the ins and outs of the emerging research area, we invited Prof. Valérie Schafer from the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) for an interview.

10 March 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Network diplomacy in shaping European economic and monetary integration in the 1970s

Network diplomacy in shaping European economic and monetary integration in the 1970s

The Werner Committee's work was characterised by political and doctrinal differences between “economists” (the countries with weak currencies – France, Belgium and, to a certain extent, Italy) and “monetarists” (the countries with strong currencies – Germany and the Netherlands)– namely, those who saw monetary integration as a means of economic integration and those for whom it was the ultimate goal.

9 March 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article

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