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Visual, Literary and Numerical Perspectives on Education: Materiality, Presence and Interpretation

Visual, Literary and Numerical Perspectives on Education: Materiality, Presence and Interpretation

1 January 2014


Karin Priem
  • Public history
Article
Introduction

Introduction

1 January 2014


Benoît Majerus
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Serge Abiteboul, au cœur des données

Serge Abiteboul, au cœur des données

Des bases de données au « data déluge » actuel, Serge Abiteboul se passionne depuis plus de trente ans pour un domaine qui ne cesse d’évoluer et de nous confronter à de nouveaux défis, techniques, mais aussi sociétaux. Il a reçu en 2013 le prix Milner de la Royal Society et vient d’achever le projet Webdam sur la gestion des données, pour lequel il avait été lauréat en 2008 d’une bourse ERC.

1 January 2014


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Veins filled with the dilluted sap of rationality. A critical reply to Rens Bod

Veins filled with the dilluted sap of rationality. A critical reply to Rens Bod

This article argues – in contradiction to the thesis developed by Rens Bod – that

1 December 2013


Andreas Fickers
  • Public history
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Economists vs Monetarists – the main controversy in shaping EMU through the Werner Report

Economists vs Monetarists – the main controversy in shaping EMU through the Werner Report

1 December 2013


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
A New European Currency for a new Europe: the Christian Democratic Ideology and the Werner Committee

A New European Currency for a new Europe: the Christian Democratic Ideology and the Werner Committee

1 November 2013


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Creative Social Engineering? Reform Initiatives in Vocational Education and Professional Orientation (ca. 1880-1930)

Creative Social Engineering? Reform Initiatives in Vocational Education and Professional Orientation (ca. 1880-1930)

Despite obvious connections between the industrial sector and that of technical-vocational schooling and training (cf. Blankertz, 1969) the historical importance of industry-related entrepreneurship for education in the whole of Europe remains underappreciated. In social-cultural and educational historiography alike States and/or Churches, rather than the industry and associated networks, tend to be connected to attempts at societal reform (see, e.g. de Swaan, 1988).

11 September 2013


Frederik Herman
Article
Forging Harmony in The Social Organism: Industry and the Power of Psychometric Techniques

Forging Harmony in The Social Organism: Industry and the Power of Psychometric Techniques

This paper analyses the initiating role of industry in educational selection by means of
psychometric techniques used, for example, in psycho-physiological laboratories such as the one

22 August 2013


Frederik Herman
Article
GERMANS IN RUSSIA: Russische Stadt, deutsche Wurzeln

GERMANS IN RUSSIA: Russische Stadt, deutsche Wurzeln

In der russischen Stadt mit dem deutschen Namen Orenburg im Ural-Gebiet leben seit über 250 Jahren Deutsche. Wie sie bis heute ihre Identität, Sprache und Kultur bewahrt haben, wird im Artikel von der aus dieser Gegend stammenden Autorin erörtert.

21 July 2013


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
ORBilu & Copyright in an Open Access World

ORBilu & Copyright in an Open Access World

An overview on the options offered in ORBilu to deal with copyrights and Open Access.

1 July 2013


Beth Park
Article
Du rapport Werner au rapport Delors

Du rapport Werner au rapport Delors

Economic and Monetary Union is currently at a crossroads, and the crisis it is facing will have major consequences both for the future of European integration and for Europe’s role in the world. In a bid to shed new light on the development of Europe’s model of economic and monetary integration, the CVCE is using its research project on the achievements of Pierre Werner to explore the origins and development of the euro as prefigured in the Werner Report and to analyse the Werner Report in the context of the current challenges facing Economic and Monetary Union.

20 June 2013


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Material Contexts and Creation of Meaning in Virtual Places: Web 2.0 as a Space of Educational Research

Material Contexts and Creation of Meaning in Virtual Places: Web 2.0 as a Space of Educational Research

1 June 2013


Karin Priem
  • Public history
Article
Access to Electoral Rights: Luxembourg

Access to Electoral Rights: Luxembourg

1 June 2013


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
ORBilu - Adding and Modifying References

ORBilu - Adding and Modifying References

An overview of adding, importing and modifying references.

30 May 2013


Beth Park
Article
ORBilu - Validating Imported References

ORBilu - Validating Imported References

An overview of how to validate imported references in ORBilu.

25 April 2013


Beth Park
Article
ORBilu - Processing Copy Requests

ORBilu - Processing Copy Requests

An overview on how to respond to copy requests in ORBilu.

25 April 2013


Beth Park
Article
Introduction to ORBilu

Introduction to ORBilu

An introduction to ORBilu and the concepts of Open Access.

25 April 2013


Beth Park
Article
ORBilu - Importing External References

ORBilu - Importing External References

An overview on how to import references from external sources in ORBilu.

25 April 2013


Beth Park
Article
Un exemple flagrant de zèle de la Commission administrative : la liste des 471 Juifs polonais (novembre 1940)

Un exemple flagrant de zèle de la Commission administrative : la liste des 471 Juifs polonais (novembre 1940)

14 March 2013


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
The Parkinson's Disease Map: A Framework for Integration, Curation and Exploration of Disease-related Pathways

The Parkinson's Disease Map: A Framework for Integration, Curation and Exploration of Disease-related Pathways

Objectives: The pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease (PD) is multi-factorial and age-related, implicating various genetic and environmental factors. It becomes increasingly important to develop new approaches to organize and explore the exploding knowledge of this field.

9 March 2013


Maria Biryukov
Article

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