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CVCE.eu by uni.lu - Digital collections on History of the European Integration

A collection of thematic ePublications on the European integration process from 1945 to 2014. An analysis of a range of subjects based on an extensive and contextualised selection of more than 25.000 relevant and enriched multimedia, multisource and multilingual documentary resources.

9 Mai 2017


Cécile Duval, François Klein, Laurence Maufort, Marco Gabellini
  • Contemporary history of Europe
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„Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft - quo vadis?“

„Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft - quo vadis?“

VH:D_igital Public Lecture 1: „Wo stehen wir eigentlich? Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft und wie wir dahinkommen“ 18. April 2024, Frankfurt am Main sowie hybrid Von überall ist der Ruf nach (mehr) Digitalität und digitalen Kompetenzen in Forschung und Lehre zu hören. Für die einen sind es die Unworte der letzten Jahre, für andere sind es Versprechen von neuen Erkenntnismöglichkeiten. Aber: Wo stehen wir als Geschichtswissenschaft eigentlich wirklich? Erfinden wir das digitale Rad oder laufen wir ihm gerade hinterher?

18 Avril 2024


Andreas Fickers
  • Public history
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Der unbekannte Premiumpartner. Deutsch-belgische Beziehungen seit 1945

Der unbekannte Premiumpartner. Deutsch-belgische Beziehungen seit 1945

17 Avril 2024


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
The Luxembourg Time Machine: An interdisciplinary exploration into the visualization of complex data from the past

The Luxembourg Time Machine: An interdisciplinary exploration into the visualization of complex data from the past

This research studies and implements multiple approaches to data visualization in an

8 Avril 2024


Aida Horaniet Ibanez
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
The Computer Girls: Exploring Herstory

The Computer Girls: Exploring Herstory

Presentation on Women and Computing from the 50s to today, within a panel related to Diversity & Inclusion Chair: Peter Roenne

8 Avril 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Presenter: Chronoreferencing the Italian-Slovenian Borderlands. Citizen Science, Oral History and Output Criticism

Presenter: Chronoreferencing the Italian-Slovenian Borderlands. Citizen Science, Oral History and Output Criticism

5 Avril 2024


Johanna Jaschik
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Framing settlement systems as spatial adaptive systems

Framing settlement systems as spatial adaptive systems

Theoretical developments are needed to interpret the increasing amount of large-scale spatial data about past settlements. So far, settlement patterns have mostly been considered as passive imprints of past human activities and most theories are limited to ecological processes. Locational and spatial interactions have scarcely been included as long-term driving forces of settlement systems but hold promise to explain large-scale patterns.

1 Avril 2024


Kaarel Sikk
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Conference Virality, platforms and influence

Conference Virality, platforms and influence

Within the framework of the HIVI project, related to the history of online virality and supported by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) (C20/SC/14758148), this conference, organised by Fred Pailler and Valérie Schafer (C²DH, University of Luxembourg), will analyse the role that platforms and diverse stakeholders (i.e., celebrities, entrepreneurs, companies, politicians, NGO, journalists, activists, users, etc.) play in the spread, diffusion, circulation or moderation and invisibilisation of digital content.

30 Mars 2024


Valérie Schafer, Fred Pailler
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Médias sociaux en politique

Médias sociaux en politique

Co-organisatrice et modératrice de la table ronde. Résumé: Des personnalités politiques, des professionnel-le-s de la communication et des scientifiques discuteront de l’utilisation et de l’impact des réseaux sociaux numériques dans le monde politique. Quels sont les avantages, mais aussi les risques pour les hommes et femmes politiques d’utiliser les réseaux sociaux ? Quelles sont les pratiques, notamment le choix des plateformes de communication et l’audience visée?

29 Mars 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Researching gender in the history of the Internet and the Web. A roundtable at the SHOT 2023 conference

Researching gender in the history of the Internet and the Web. A roundtable at the SHOT 2023 conference

This edited transcription of a SHOT roundtable presents historically situated examples of the sociological, cultural, and political aspects of the relationship between gender and the Internet. It endeavors to illuminate the shaping of this history, examining the construction of gender in the online sphere.

27 Mars 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Préserver et analyser la viralité en ligne

Préserver et analyser la viralité en ligne

Les réseaux socio-numériques (RSN) les plus célèbres, tels Facebook, Twitter, mais aussi YouTube par exemple, en faisant reposer leur modèle économique sur « l’économie de l’attention » et en favorisant les partages ont accentué les phénomènes de viralité en ligne et ce dès le mitan des années 2000.

25 Mars 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Femmes, informatique et numérique : sources et histoire

Femmes, informatique et numérique : sources et histoire

Cette conférence propose un parcours historique sur la place et le rôle des femmes dans le numérique depuis les « human computers ». Elle abordera les représentations, les pratiques et les imaginaires liés à la relation entre genre et informatique, depuis les années 1940 jusqu’à aujourd’hui.

25 Mars 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Decoding Fairground Newspapers: Analysing History with Large Language Models

Decoding Fairground Newspapers: Analysing History with Large Language Models

Can large language models (LLMs) and artificial intelligence (AI) unlock the secrets hidden within historical documents, such as showpeople periodicals? This question propelled researchers from the universities of Antwerp, Luxembourg, and Marburg to explore the potential of LLM/AI in a one-day workshop.

20 Mars 2024


Eva Andersen, Lars Wieneke, Véronique Faber
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Table ronde : la Seconde Guerre mondiale au Luxembourg

Table ronde : la Seconde Guerre mondiale au Luxembourg

17 Mars 2024


Christoph Brüll, Blandine Landau
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Roundtable Navigating Paradoxes in Digital Humanities

Roundtable Navigating Paradoxes in Digital Humanities

As outlined in the call for papers, the field of digital humanities is marked by a shared aspiration to advocate and push for ethical, sustainable, and inclusive methodologies and approaches, articulated through manifestos, theoretical approaches, and concrete implementations within infrastructures, while it simultaneously grapples with a multitude of individual and collective paradoxes.

15 Mars 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
C²DH Podcast - Innovating & Sharing History - WARLUX - Soldiers and their communities in WWII

C²DH Podcast - Innovating & Sharing History - WARLUX - Soldiers and their communities in WWII

Since March 2020, the Warlux project at C²DH has been delving into the experiences and narratives of Luxembourg's 'forced recruits' and their families during the Second World War. The aim is to break with the traditional historiography surrounding the 'forced recruits' and to critically examine established narratives within the country's overarching historical discourse.

13 Mars 2024


Sarah Maya Vercruysse, Nina Janz
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
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Podcast: Confronting Decline in Luxembourg's Steel Industry

Podcast: Confronting Decline in Luxembourg's Steel Industry

We have a special episode today from DePOT affiliates at the University of Luxembourg examining the steel crisis in Luxembourg in the 1970s and the deindustrialization of East Germany's steel sector after 1990. Stefan Krebs, the head of the project Confronting Decline (CONDE) is joined by two PhD students, Zoé Konsbruck and Nicolas Arendt to discuss their research into the impacts industrial closure had on steel towns, with a particular emphasis on transnational comparisons.

24 Février 2024


Nicolas Arendt
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
"La minorité la mieux protégée au monde" ? 50 ans d'autonomie des Belges germanophones

"La minorité la mieux protégée au monde" ? 50 ans d'autonomie des Belges germanophones

24 Février 2024


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Le banquet des fraudeurs (H. Storck) et Sündige Grenze (R. A. Stemmle). Frontières en regard(s)

Le banquet des fraudeurs (H. Storck) et Sündige Grenze (R. A. Stemmle). Frontières en regard(s)

Le banquet des fraudeurs (1952) apparaît comme une œuvre atypique dans la filmographie de Henri Storck. Anomalie dans une carrière principalement dédiée au documentaire pour les uns, film hybride de multiples concessions ou instrumentalisations politiques pour les autres, ce premier long métrage de fiction tourné pour partie dans ce que deviendra l’Euregio Meuse-Rhin, résiste a priori à bien des grilles d’analyse développées au contact de la riche filmographie du cinéaste belge. L’hétérogénéité stylistique du film n’y est pas pour rien.

22 Février 2024


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
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Advertising & popularizing media artifacts in Germany, France, and Luxembourg in the «long» 1960s.

Advertising & popularizing media artifacts in Germany, France, and Luxembourg in the «long» 1960s.

The «long» 1960s in Western Europe saw a dynamic development of mass consumption, especially in the field of consumer electronics. Media artifacts, such as transistor radios, television sets, or cassette recorders all became significantly more common in Luxembourg, France, and Germany, influencing the composition of the media ensemble and opening up new ways for consumers to interact with media.

21 Février 2024


Matthias Höfer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
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