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Engaging with WWII and the Holocaust via Gaming

28 November 2022

Engaging with WWII and the Holocaust via Gaming: Analytical Perspectives on Design and Reception

Lecture by Pieter van den Heede, Erasmus University, Rotterdam (NL).
Event
Mia Ridge

15 November 2022

Citizen Science as Public History?

Keynote speech by Dr Mia Ridge, the British Library’s Digital Curator for Western Heritage Collections.
Forum Z
Reparieren gestern und heute

10 November 2022

verfasst von :
Stefan Krebs

Reparieren gestern und heute

Auf diesem Forum Z erkunden wir Reparaturpraktiken gestern und heute.
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The sound of data

9 November 2022

THE SOUND OF DATA – Science meets Music

Do you want to hear what scientific data sounds like? Eager to discover the fascinating links between science and music? Then Rockhal on Saturday, December 3rd, is the place to be for the final event of the Esch2022 project “The Sound of Data – Science meets Music”.
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Public history online symposium

3 November 2022

When publics co-produce history in museums: skills, methodologies and impact of participation

Organised by the Public History as new Citizen Science of the Past (PHACS) project, the 2022 symposium focuses on groups and communities becoming active participants in the production of history in museums
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History@Play Timetravel

28 Oktober 2022

TIMETRAVEL #101: an introduction to the affordances of mixed reality for teaching history on-site

Lecture by Katharina Tillmanns, Cologne Game Lab, TH Köln, Germany
Event
Présentation de l’application web «Moving Lusitalia»

20 Oktober 2022

Présentation de l’application web «Moving Lusitalia»

Une application dédiée à l’histoire du quartier de la Petite Italie à Dudelange.
Event
Professor Olwen Purdue

18 Oktober 2022

Dealing with Divided Pasts: Public History in Northern Ireland

Lecture by Prof. Olwen Purdue, Queen’s University Belfast. Hybrid event.
Event
The Participatory Archive: Creative Engagement, Sharing Authority and Public History in Northern Ireland

18 Oktober 2022

The Participatory Archive: Creative Engagement, Sharing Authority and Public History in Northern Ireland

Lecture by Lynsey Gillespie, Dr. Laura Aguiar and Bronagh McAtasney. Hybrid event.
Forum Z
Forum Z Industriekultur

18 Oktober 2022

verfasst von :
Noëlle Schon

Industrieerbe: Ist das Kultur oder kann das weg?

Am 17. Oktober 2022 hatte das C²DH alle Interessierten zu einem Forum Z zum Thema Industriekultur in die Mine Cockerill im Ellergronn eingeladen. Der Veranstaltungsort selbst war Programm: die historischen Gebäude, die jetzt die Naturverwaltung beherbergen, waren früher Teil der Grube Katzenberg.
Event
L'Usine secrète

14 Oktober 2022

L‘usine secrète

Projection du documentaire sur la sidérurgie et les mines en présence de son réalisateur Emmanuel Graff.
Event
Handbook of Digital Public History

13 Oktober 2022

Handbook of Digital Public History: Book Launch

Join us on-site or online for the book launch in the presence of the editors.
Event
Jason Kelly

3 Oktober 2022

Digital Public History in the Context of Slow Disasters

Presentation by Jason M. Kelly, Director of the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute.
Event
Cracking the code of videogame history: perspectives on videogame preservation and researching the medium's history

30 September 2022

Cracking the code of videogame history: perspectives on videogame preservation and researching the medium's history

Lecture by Dany Guay-Bélanger Université de Montréal, Canada
News
Jewish Studies in the Digital Age

21 September 2022

verfasst von :
Gerben Zaagsma

New book: Jewish Studies in the Digital Age

New book edited by Michelle Margolis, Amalia S. Levi, Daniel Stoekl Ben Ezra, Miriam Rürup and Gerben Zaagsma. 
News
Mark Tebeau, First Public Historian in Residence at the C²DH

20 September 2022

verfasst von :
Thomas Cauvin

Mark Tebeau, First Public Historian in Residence at the C²DH

Associate Professor of History and Senior Global Futures Scientist at Arizona State University (ASU) in the United States, Mark Tebeau is the first Public Historian in Residence at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH).
Thinkering
On the political uses of the past in Luxembourg

19 September 2022

verfasst von :
Fabio Spirinelli

On the political uses of the past in Luxembourg

In August 2022, I had the pleasure to participate in the conference of the International Federation for Public History at the Freie Universität in Berlin. Besides meeting colleagues and listening to exciting papers, I held a presentation as part of the panel Public History and the Political Uses of the Past. This blog post is based on my conference paper entitled “Polishing the Image of a Nation-State: Luxembourg and the Political Uses of the Past since the 1990s”.
Data

14 September 2022

verfasst von :
Sandra Camarda

Videogames as HiStorytelling: Exploring the Potential of Historical Ludonarratives

Event
Reconstructing the streets of Esch - socio-economic evolution of 'worker streets' (1900-19302)

12 September 2022

Reconstructing the streets of Esch - socio-economic evolution of 'worker streets' (1900-19302)

Research seminar with Daniel Richter, doctoral researcher at the C²DH.
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Multiple perspectives and narratives in museums: participatory methods in history production

12 September 2022

Multiple perspectives and narratives in museums: participatory methods in history production

Research seminar with Camilla Portesani, doctoral researcher at the C²DH.

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