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De l'invisibilité à la visibilité: Le secteur de la santé et les femmes

De l'invisibilité à la visibilité: Le secteur de la santé et les femmes

27 June 2020


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
How do we use digital methods in the research process? Philosophical perspectives on topic modelling, network analysis and computer-based representations.

How do we use digital methods in the research process? Philosophical perspectives on topic modelling, network analysis and computer-based representations.

24 June 2020


Thomas Durlacher
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
On the significance of Luxembourg National Day

On the significance of Luxembourg National Day

Luxembourg has celebrated its sovereign’s birthday since the 18th century. When Grand Duchess Charlotte (23 January 1896–9 July 1985) ascended the throne in 1919, the date for these birthday celebrations became 23 January, and this date was declared a national holiday in 1947. But on 23 December 1961, a Grand Ducal Decree set the date of 23 June as Luxembourg’s National Day, when the country would officially celebrate the monarch’s birthday.

22 June 2020


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Radio-feature „100 Jahre Ostbelgien“ Folge 6: Politische Streitkultur von 1970 bis 2000

Radio-feature „100 Jahre Ostbelgien“ Folge 6: Politische Streitkultur von 1970 bis 2000

Seit 1973 verfügen die deutschsprachigen Belgier über ihre eigene parlamentarische Versammlung. Wahlkämpfe in der deutschen Kulturgemeinschaft wurden so zu zentralen Momenten der politischen Auseinandersetzung und des Parteienstreits. In dieser Folge von „100 Jahre Ostbelgien“ wollen Andreas Fickers und Christoph Brüll diese Wahlkämpfe auf der Grundlage von Wahldebatten beleuchten, die der BHF/BRF in den Jahren 1974 bis 1999 ausgestrahlt hat.

17 June 2020


Andreas Fickers, Christoph Brüll
Article
Rechtsstaat unter Druck?

Rechtsstaat unter Druck?

Mit der Zahl der Infizierten in Europa stieg in den letzten Monaten auch die Zahl der Grundrechte, die für eine gewisse Zeit nicht mehr galten. Die in den Verfassungen verbrieften Freiheitsrechte stehen den Schutzmaßnahmen gegenüber, die Leben schützen sollen.

16 June 2020


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Aux origines de l’espace européen sans frontières

Aux origines de l’espace européen sans frontières

Prévues par le traité de Rome (1957) dans le cadre du marché intérieur, les quatre libertés de
circulation (des personnes, des marchandises, des capitaux et paiements, ainsi que des services) sont au coeur du projet européen. Le principe de la libre circulation des personnes, qui
compte parmi les droits de l’homme, prend une autre dimension lorsque cinq États
membres de la Communauté européenne – le Luxembourg, la Belgique, les Pays-Bas, la France

13 June 2020


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
"Study the historian before you study de facts." Expérience d'historiens en Communauté germanophone

"Study the historian before you study de facts." Expérience d'historiens en Communauté germanophone

12 June 2020


Andreas Fickers, Christoph Brüll
Article
Networked Governance, Enabling Multistakeholder Cooperation

Networked Governance, Enabling Multistakeholder Cooperation

This workshop gathering 10 participants focused on finding the root cause for the need and purpose for multistakeholder cooperation between social scientists and civil society.

12 June 2020


Lars Wieneke, Valérie Schafer
Article
Agent-based modelling with Netlogo

Agent-based modelling with Netlogo

8 June 2020


Thomas Durlacher
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
The origins of the Schengen Area - historical scrutiny

The origins of the Schengen Area - historical scrutiny

The Schengen Area is one of the pillars of the European project. But it has been affected by several difficulties: the serious consequences of the global economic and financial crisis (2008-2018), growing concerns over external migratory pressure and the question of enlargement, fears of social dumping and, since March 2020, the COVID-19 crisis. Identifying these obstacles is vital so that pragmatic solutions can be found without jeopardising the founding principle.

4 June 2020


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Internet histories early career researcher award

Internet histories early career researcher award

The five papers of this special issue were candidates for the first Internet Histories Early Career Researcher Award. They represent the next generation of scholarship and show creative, original approaches to the study of internet history. These papers all help enrich our perspectives and broaden them in many ways, from Brazil to China, from Cyberactivitst to Civil Society at large, from Gender Studies to Platform Studies, from Emails to Interfaces, while demonstrating again that there is no unique path to write “Internet Histories.”

1 June 2020


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Global technologies, glocal approach: a false paradox

Global technologies, glocal approach: a false paradox

This article seeks to identify the factors that have led researchers to root their historical approach in a national or regional context, rather than a global one. This may seem paradoxical when the Internet is thought to be global, and digital content and cultures at least partially cross-borders. These approaches are determined by reactions to a history of the Internet that has been far too focused on the United States from the outset, by a desire to consider this history in a given context, and by the historical sources.

1 June 2020


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
The ITU Facing the Emergence of the Internet, 1960s–Early 2000s

The ITU Facing the Emergence of the Internet, 1960s–Early 2000s

The development of data networks was based on the technical convergence of two worlds in the 1960s: telecommunications and computing. The ITU was thereby involved early on through the Consultative Committee for International Telephony and Telegraphy (CCITT, now known as ITU- T) in the debates concerning transport protocols that arose from the 1970s. At the CCITT, telecommunications’ representatives decided in favour of virtual circuits, which enjoyed a long lifespan. Nevertheless, this choice diverged from the one made by the Arpanet’s researchers, and later the Internet’s community.

1 June 2020


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Internet histories early career researcher award

Internet histories early career researcher award

The five papers of this special issue were candidates for the first Internet Histories Early Career Researcher Award. They represent the next generation of scholarship and show creative, original approaches to the study of internet history. These papers all help enrich our perspectives and broaden them in many ways, from Brazil to China, from Cyberactivitst to Civil Society at large, from Gender Studies to Platform Studies, from Emails to Interfaces, while demonstrating again that there is no unique path to write “Internet Histories.”

1 June 2020


Valérie Schafer
Article
Het Dagboek van Anne Frank en andere Joodse Egodocumenten

Het Dagboek van Anne Frank en andere Joodse Egodocumenten

31 May 2020


Gerben Zaagsma
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
„Covidmemory“ in Luxemburg (25.05.2020)

„Covidmemory“ in Luxemburg (25.05.2020)

25 May 2020


Laurence Maufort, Cécile Duval
  • Public history
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Radio-Feature "100 Jahre Ostbelgien" Folge 5: Auf der Suche nach dem „wir“

Radio-Feature "100 Jahre Ostbelgien" Folge 5: Auf der Suche nach dem „wir“

In Episode fünf der Sendereihe "100 Jahre Ostbelgien" befassen sich die Historiker Andreas Fickers und Christoph Brüll mit Sprachpolitik und Identitätsdebatten zwischen 1962 und 1980. „Sag mir, wie du sprichst, und ich sage dir, wer du bist“ – so lautet ein vielzitiertes Bonmot. Ohne Zweifel zählt die Sprachenfrage zu den zentralen Themen der Geschichte unserer Region, durchzieht sie doch gleichermaßen die politischen, sozialen wie kulturellen Dimensionen dessen, was wir als Identität bezeichnen.

20 May 2020


Andreas Fickers, Christoph Brüll
Article
Flucht- und Wanderungsbewegungen in Ostbelgien 1944/45

Flucht- und Wanderungsbewegungen in Ostbelgien 1944/45

13 May 2020


Christoph Brüll
Article
Aux origines de l’Union économique et monétaires : comment l’euro a-t il été fabriqué ?

Aux origines de l’Union économique et monétaires : comment l’euro a-t il été fabriqué ?

Dans le cadre du projet d’éducation citoyenne que l’EDIC développe avec la filière européenne du Lënster Lycée, l’EDIC avait préparé, le 13 mai 2020,une « Journée d’études » accueillie par les classes terminales du lycée. On avait préparé deux ateliers pédagogiques (exposé, QR et débats) consacrés à l’histoire de la construction européenne, autour des thèmes « Le rôle du Luxembourg en Europe après la Seconde Guerre mondiale » et, respectivement « Aux origines de l’Union économique et monétaires : comment l’euro a été fabriqué ? ».

13 May 2020


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Lecture by Julianne Nyhan "New findings and new questions about the origins of Digital Humanities". Recording and interview.

Lecture by Julianne Nyhan "New findings and new questions about the origins of Digital Humanities". Recording and interview.

Lecture "New findings and new questions about the origins of Digital Humanities: on the state of the art of histories of the Index Thomisticus project of Fr Roberto Busa S.J." by Dr. Julianne Nyhan, UCL (London), and exclusive interview for the C²DH’s ‘New Horizons’ lecture series.

12 May 2020


Noëlle Schon
  • Digital history & historiography

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