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Digital Histor(iograph)y and Scale (DhScale)

9 Januar 2019

Digital Histor(iograph)y and Scale (DhScale)

Research seminar with Florentina Armaselu, research scientist at C²DH
Data
New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities

17 Dezember 2018

verfasst von :
Gerben Zaagsma

New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities

A C²DH Lecture Series
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Digital Transformations in the Arts and Humanities

14 Dezember 2018

Digital Transformations in the Arts and Humanities

Lecture by Andrew Prescott, Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Glasgow. The event launches the C²DH lecture series 'Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.
Forum Z
Who's afraid of the digital?

12 Dezember 2018

verfasst von :
Juliane Tatarinov

Who's afraid of the digital?

From walking around in a museum to surfing a virtual exhibition online? From using “old-fashioned” school books to learning with iPads?
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New website: Doctoral Training Unit ‘Digital History and Hermeneutics’

11 Dezember 2018

verfasst von :
Tim Van Der Heijden

New website: Doctoral Training Unit ‘Digital History and Hermeneutics’

The new website gives an in-depth view of the DTU's activities and projects.
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Journée d'étude: Le goût de l'archive à l'ère numérique

12 Oktober 2018

Journée d'étude: Le goût de l'archive à l'ère numérique

Le C²DH, l'Université Rennes 2 et l'Association des Archivistes français organisent le 14 novembre aux Archives Nationales (France, site de Pierrefitte-sur-Seine) une journée d'étude autour du livre en ligne, Le goût de l'archive à l'ère numérique.
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Interview with Prof. Dr. Emeritus Hartmut Kaelble

11 Oktober 2018

verfasst von :
Dominique Santana

Interview with Prof. Dr. Emeritus Hartmut Kaelble

Hartmut Kaelble is Emeritus Professor at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
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To Google or not to Google; Have a look at Ranke.2!

8 Oktober 2018

verfasst von :
Stefania Scagliola

To Google or not to Google; Have a look at Ranke.2!

Ranke.2 is a teaching platform that offers lessons on how to critically assess and work with digital historical sources.
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Digital Hermeneutics in History: Theory and Practice

27 August 2018

Digital Hermeneutics in History: Theory and Practice

The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) is organising a two day conference and workshop on occasion of the official launch of the Ranke.2 project, its teaching platform for Digital Source Criticism.
Thinkering
Third edition of the winter school in digital history

8 März 2018

verfasst von :
Aurélia Lafontaine

Third edition of the winter school in digital history

From 19 to 23 February 2018, the C²DH welcomed students in the first year of their master’s degree in history for the third edition of the winter school in digital history. This year, the winter school focused on the creation of a digital archival collection from scratch.
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Digital bricolage: how to deal with 4 million tweets when you are not a data scientist

14 Februar 2018

Digital bricolage: how to deal with 4 million tweets when you are not a data scientist

Research seminar with Frédéric Clavert, C²DH Senior Research Scientist
News
Out now: Interview with Andreas Fickers in Revista Z Cultural magazine

29 Januar 2018

verfasst von :
Andreas Fickers

Out now: Interview with Andreas Fickers in Revista Z Cultural magazine

The director of the C²DH was being interviewed by Ricardo M. Pimenta for the Brazilian magazine on Digital Humanities "Revista Z Cultural".
Data
Interview with Ian Grosvenor

23 November 2017

verfasst von :
Benjamin Zenner

Interview with Ian Grosvenor

Ian Grosvenor is Professor of Urban Education History at the School of Education, University of Birmingham, and director of the Voices of War & Peace Centre.
Thinkering

26 September 2017

verfasst von :
Gerben Zaagsma

Program now online: DHnord2017 - (De)constructing Digital History

The program for the 4th dhnord conference is now online. dhnord2017 is the fourth edition of the annual Digital Humanities conference organized by the Maison européenne des sciences de l'homme et de la société (MESHS). This year's edition is co-organized with the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH). The theme is: "(De)constructing Digital History". The conference will take place in November 27-29, 2017 in Lille, France. 
Thinkering
Digital orphan l’Histoire de Luxembourg

18 September 2017

verfasst von :
Stefania Scagliola

The retrieval of the digital orphan "L’Histoire de Luxembourg"

This is a story about how a lesson on Digital Source Criticism for bachelor students of history who had to sort out how Youtube works, led to the retrieval of a series of animations on the History of Luxembourg. Thanks to the company Kiwi Media, the ‘digital orphans’ have found a new stage on Youtube.
Thinkering
Digital approaches towards serial publications (18th–20th centuries)

15 September 2017

verfasst von :
Eva Andersen

Digital approaches towards serial publications (18th–20th centuries)

In this post, I want to reflect on some of the presentations I was attending during the workshop organised by the Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities.
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Hands on History logo

14 September 2017

PixStori and the challenges in the field of digital and public history

Lecture by Prof. Michael Frisch, Talking Pictures LLC, New York
Forum Z
A new narrative for Europe: Quo vadis?

4 September 2017

verfasst von :
Elena Danescu

A new narrative for Europe: Quo vadis?

How do historians investigate the past? What methods and tools do they employ, what are they trying to understand, and how do they transfer their findings to society?
Forum Z
A new narrative for Europe: Quo Vadis?

4 September 2017

verfasst von :
Elena Danescu

A new narrative for Europe: Quo Vadis?

How can historians tell the story of European integration – the story of Europe – in the digital age?
Thinkering
DH2017 Montreal

21 August 2017

verfasst von :
Florentina Armaselu

Impressions from DH2017 - Different Facets of Access in Digital Humanities

The annual conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) took place on 8-11 August 2017 in Montréal (Canada) on the campus of McGill University, and was co-organised by McGill University and the Université de Montréal. This blog entry will draw a few impressions from the attended presentations.

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