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Central place foraging and hunter-gatherer settlement patterns: how resource depletion influences population concentration

Central place foraging and hunter-gatherer settlement patterns: how resource depletion influences population concentration

Settlement patterns are one of the main products of the Stone Age archaeological research. Their
emergence processes can be explained by different models of settlement and mobility choices
done by past inhabitants. In current study we explore central place foraging (CPF) model of huntergatherers
as a tool for exploring formation of settlement patterns.
CFP model is used for describing mobility choices of hunter-gatherer groups. It implies the groups
settle at a central location and make logistic forays to surrounding areas foraging for required

9 September 2019


Kaarel Sikk
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Experience Design for Digital Cultural Heritage

Experience Design for Digital Cultural Heritage

The experience of visiting museums has evolved to extend beyond the walls of the institutions themselves into digital spaces, where online galleries, exhibitions, and virtual tours invite audiences to explore arts and culture from their personal devices. However, generating interest from the public around these platforms remains a challenge, and the digital experience rarely compares to an

1 September 2019


Christopher Morse
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
La loi du 9 mars 1940 sur l'indigénat luxembourgeois. Contexte, travaux préalables, débats parlementaires, héritages

La loi du 9 mars 1940 sur l'indigénat luxembourgeois. Contexte, travaux préalables, débats parlementaires, héritages

1 September 2019


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Compte rendu de Herbert Ruland, Der Erste Weltkrieg und die Menschen im Vierländerland

Compte rendu de Herbert Ruland, Der Erste Weltkrieg und die Menschen im Vierländerland

1 September 2019


Christoph Brüll
Article
Introduction: Integrating Digital Humanities

Introduction: Integrating Digital Humanities

Introduction to the inaugural issue of the DH Benelux Journal which explores the theme of Integrating Digital Humanities.

1 September 2019


Gerben Zaagsma
Article
L'adhésion du Grand-Duché à l'Organisation du Traité de l'Atlantique Nord

L'adhésion du Grand-Duché à l'Organisation du Traité de l'Atlantique Nord

1 September 2019


Aurélia Lafontaine
Article
Making sense of digital oral history

Making sense of digital oral history

Over the past three decades, oral history (OH) has been deeply transformed by the advent of digital technologies. The digital turn leads to growing number of online OH databases, resulting from “process-oriented” projects (i.e., life story interviews conducted without specific research questions). Large amounts of such data have been deposited in archives, available not only for secondary analysis by researchers who did not participate in the initial data collection, but also for other social actors like teachers, educators, and documentarists.

1 September 2019


Jakub Bronec
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Belgien und Deutschland: eine kleine Beziehungsgeschichte

Belgien und Deutschland: eine kleine Beziehungsgeschichte

19 August 2019


Christoph Brüll
Article
The History of the Russian Worker Colony in Wiltz in 1920s-1930s

The History of the Russian Worker Colony in Wiltz in 1920s-1930s

The guided tour in Wiltz and especially at the former leather factory "Ideal", where around 200 Russian migrants were working in the 1920s-1930s, was offered for the young Russian speaking audience of scouts. Besides the historical context and the view on the migration "from outside" the tour offered a meeting with a descendant of the Russian emigrants in Wiltz and gave the possibility to hear about the migration from "within".

8 August 2019


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
MUZEUM JAKO CESTA KE SMÍRU: Rozkol současné lucemburské židovské komunity

MUZEUM JAKO CESTA KE SMÍRU: Rozkol současné lucemburské židovské komunity

1 August 2019


Jakub Bronec
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Who were "the first Russians" in Luxembourg?

Who were "the first Russians" in Luxembourg?

"The first Russian" in Luxembourg, which arrived in the 1920ths, were not the first ones. The pre-history of the Russian presence in the Grand Duchy before WWI and the further development regarding the two world wars and the post-war situation were the topic of this radio interview.

20 July 2019


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Ties that bind: Unearthing shared treasures between Luxemoburg and Brazil

Ties that bind: Unearthing shared treasures between Luxemoburg and Brazil

18 July 2019


Dominique Santana
  • Public history
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Soviet psychologist turned American educational entrepreneur: Lev Landa and “the repatriation” of the theory of programmed learning

Soviet psychologist turned American educational entrepreneur: Lev Landa and “the repatriation” of the theory of programmed learning

The theory of programmed instruction (PI), developed by a Harvard psychologist B. F. Skinner and heavily invested into in the spur of the Sputnik shock, became the toast of educational world during the decade of 1960s (Spaulding, 1967).

18 July 2019


Viktoria Boretska
  • Public history
Article
Audiovisual work-Podcast: The Monster under the Bed - Brief history of the European Union Budget

Audiovisual work-Podcast: The Monster under the Bed - Brief history of the European Union Budget

PODCAST: The budget of the European Union has three pillars: its expenditure, its financing and its audit. The podcast "The Monster under the Bed" looks at the origins of the budget, its development through multiannual planning and annual budgeting, and the institutions involved in its financing, adoption, control and in the audit process. Since the creation of the European Coal and Steal Community (ECSC) in 1952, there has been a tension over budgeting among the European institutions and the Member States, and a close link between reforms to expenditure and those to the financing.

15 July 2019


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
History of the Russian-Orthodoxe Community Luxembourgs (1929-2019)

History of the Russian-Orthodoxe Community Luxembourgs (1929-2019)

The presentation of the history of Russian-orthodox church Luxembourgs gave a panoramic view of 1. several personalities, responsible for the founding of the Russian church community, 2. the key dates, which played a significant role in keeping the community and 3. the events which are still defining the community life.

12 July 2019


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Le millefeuille temporel des archives du Web

Le millefeuille temporel des archives du Web

À partir d’exemples choisis au sein des archives du Web et des réseaux socio-numériques, cette intervention se propose de montrer les différentes strates temporelles à l’œuvre au sein de ce patrimoine dit « nativement numérique », et ce de la sélection et collecte à l’analyse, en passant par l’accès via les interfaces et les médiations qu’elles introduisent, l’enrichissement via des métadonnées ou l’intégration d’outils de fouille.

11 July 2019


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
From financial and monetary innovation to Economic and Monetary Union: the European Investment Bank in the Luxembourg ecosystem

From financial and monetary innovation to Economic and Monetary Union: the European Investment Bank in the Luxembourg ecosystem

Drawing on archives and oral history sources, this paper aims to illustrate the political and regulatory context surrounding the EIB’s relocation to Luxembourg, exploring how the EIB became an integral part of the Luxembourg financial ecosystem and how its main stakeholders (banks, LuxSE, other institutions, regulatory authorities, people, networks, etc.) worked together to encourage financial and monetary innovation before the introduction of the European single currency (EUA, EURCO, ECU) and to pave the way for the establishment and consolidation of the euro.

10 July 2019


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Digital History and the Politics of Digitization

Digital History and the Politics of Digitization

This paper will present the first findings of an ongoing research project. It is about the digital resources we work with as historians; in the first place with regard to what is being digitized, the sources and data, and to a lesser degree the metadata, notwithstanding the latter’s profound political aspects and effects, e.g. with regard to access. To avoid misunderstandings: it is not about the politics of digital humanities more broadly conceived; e.g.

10 July 2019


Gerben Zaagsma
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Südkaukasier in Luxemburg zwischen zwei Weltkriegen

Südkaukasier in Luxemburg zwischen zwei Weltkriegen

The presentation of the diversity among the migrants from Caucasus after the WWI and between two world wars gave a better understanding of the migration motivations of the political refugees from Russia.

7 July 2019


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Nation et migrations au Luxembourg

Nation et migrations au Luxembourg

This article focusses on the making of the nation and migrations in Luxembourg in 19th and 20th century, in a double perspective: Luxembourg nation as a product of transregional and transnational spaces of migration and nation as the lens of observation of these migrations.

6 July 2019


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article

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