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« FinLux » seminar: Schedule for the spring term 2019

23 April 2019

« FinLux » seminar: Schedule for the spring term 2019

‘FinLux’ is a series of seminars held on a monthly basis and focusing on the history of the Luxembourg financial centre.
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24 April 2019

The MNHA at your fingertips. Challenges and possibilities of a museum’s 3D model

Hands-on History session with Gilles Zeimet, National Museum of History and Art (MNHA)
Digital Cultural Heritage: the case of the Rijksmuseum’s past, present and future

25 April 2019

Digital Cultural Heritage: the case of the Rijksmuseum’s past, present and future

Lecture by Saskia Scheltjens, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, about the role of information and data science within cultural heritage.
PhD Defence: Trading Zones of Digital History

26 April 2019

PhD Defence: Trading Zones of Digital History

On 26 April 2019, Max Kemman will defend his PhD thesis at the University of Luxembourg.
Kunstgeplänkel und Kommerzverbrämung: wie Film und Fernsehen der 1960er sich zwischen Mainstream und Avantgarde neu orientieren

2 May 2019

Kunstgeplänkel und Kommerzverbrämung: wie Film und Fernsehen der 1960er sich zwischen Mainstream und Avantgarde neu orientieren

Konferenz von Jörg Türschmann (Universität Wien).
Contemporary history with the help of contemporary text mining

15 May 2019

Contemporary history with the help of contemporary text mining

Research seminar with Maria Biryukov
Visualising history

15 May 2019

Visualising history

A Forum Z on history paintings, 3D reconstructions, virtual worlds and time machines.
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22 May 2019

History Types – Building block for a Theory of Public History?

Lectury by Thorsten Logge, Universität Hamburg
The Rise and Fall of ‘Technocelebrities'. Architects and Mass Media 1920s-1960s

28 May 2019

The Rise and Fall of ‘Technocelebrities'. Architects and Mass Media 1920s-1960s

Research seminar with Martin Kohlrausch
Beyond Close and Distant Reading: Strategies for the radical contextualization of historical text

29 May 2019

Beyond Close and Distant Reading: Strategies for the radical contextualization of historical text

Lecture by Prof. Dr Tim Hitchcock, University of Sussex. The event is part of the C²DH lecture series 'New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.
Oral History Digital Indexing (OHDI): methods, approaches, and general theories

19 June 2019

Oral History Digital Indexing (OHDI): methods, approaches, and general theories

Research seminar with Douglas Lambert
The Spatial Humanities, Deep Mapping, and the Future of History

26 June 2019

The Spatial Humanities, Deep Mapping, and the Future of History

Lecture by Prof. Dr David Bodenhamer, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. The event is part of the C²DH lecture series 'New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.
Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age

27 June 2019 to 30 June 2019

Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age

The 9th edition of the 'Tensions of Europe' conference will be hosted by the C²DH from 27-30 June 2019. Registrations are open!
The Promise and Challenge of Born-Digital Data for Historical Research

18 September 2019

The Promise and Challenge of Born-Digital Data for Historical Research

Lecture by Prof. Dr Jane Winters, School of Advanced Study, University of London. The event is part of the C²DH lecture series 'New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.
A New Humanism': Expo '58, Robert Busa, and the First Humanities Computer Center

6 November 2019

A New Humanism': Expo '58, Robert Busa, and the First Humanities Computer Center

Lecture by Prof. Dr Steven E. Jones, University of South Florida. The event is part of the C²DH lecture series 'New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.
The Promise And Perils Of Oral History In Writing Histories Of Digital Humanities From Below

18 December 2019

The Promise And Perils Of Oral History In Writing Histories Of Digital Humanities From Below

Lecture by Dr. Julianne Nyhan. The event is part of the C²DH lecture series 'New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.