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Teaching Public History in UK Higher Education

Teaching Public History in UK Higher Education

About this event
Welcome:

The AHRC-funded 'What is Public History Now?' Network is thrilled to invite you to our first workshop 'Teaching Public History in UK Higher Education'. We hope you'll join us for a day of discussions on public history in higher education, ranging from intellectual traditions to pedagogy and programme design.

Schedule: 13 May, 10am-12am; 2pm-4pm; 4:30-6:00pm.

10am-11am: Intellectual traditions and the history of UK public history

11am-12pm: Public history in the UK and in International Context

13 Mai 2022


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Masse des archives du web et circulation des contenus

Masse des archives du web et circulation des contenus

13 Mai 2022


Fred Pailler
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Luxembourg – navigating the transition to the knowledge economy. A historical perspective

Luxembourg – navigating the transition to the knowledge economy. A historical perspective

Luxembourg is a multicultural, multilingual and cross-border area par excellence that has always sought to maintain an openness to its neighbours, both for reasons of security and to give itself access to larger markets.

13 Mai 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Introduction - Children, Young People and Borders: A Multidisciplinary Outlook

Introduction - Children, Young People and Borders: A Multidisciplinary Outlook

12 Mai 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Borderland Child Heterotopias. A Case Study on the Belgian-German Borderlands

Borderland Child Heterotopias. A Case Study on the Belgian-German Borderlands

12 Mai 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Children, Young People and Borders A Multidisciplinary Outlook

Children, Young People and Borders A Multidisciplinary Outlook

12 Mai 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Moderator: Bruggen bouwen tussen academische historici, heemkundigen en erfgoedwerkers

Moderator: Bruggen bouwen tussen academische historici, heemkundigen en erfgoedwerkers

12 Mai 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Archives du web et circulation des contenus : le projet BUZZ-f (HIVI) et le Bnf-datalab

Archives du web et circulation des contenus : le projet BUZZ-f (HIVI) et le Bnf-datalab

12 Mai 2022


Fred Pailler
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Borderland Child Heterotopias. A Case Study on the Belgian-German Borderlands

Borderland Child Heterotopias. A Case Study on the Belgian-German Borderlands

12 Mai 2022


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Digging into web archives of the COVID crisis

Digging into web archives of the COVID crisis

This presentation aimed at presenting the challenges, methodologies and issues related to the analysis of the IIPC COVID collection of web archives through a collaboration with the Archive Unleashed Team.

11 Mai 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Genetic Criticism and Analysis of Interface Design: A Case Study

Genetic Criticism and Analysis of Interface Design: A Case Study

The paper proposes a methodology that combines theoretical and practical aspects from human-computer interaction (HCI) and genetic criticism to trace and analyse prototype evolution.

11 Mai 2022


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
3rd Corvus Applied History Workshop : Practices of Applied History: Questions, Answers, Discussions

3rd Corvus Applied History Workshop : Practices of Applied History: Questions, Answers, Discussions

Situated at the axis of societal issues and academic research, the renewed popularity
of applied history has raised several questions about its practice. The most direct
questions come from non-academic partners. What can one expect of applied
historians? How will those expectat ions be met? What if the methods and tools of
applied history fall short of their goal? And is it even that important that organizations
learn to think about the past , when they are oriented towards the present and future?

11 Mai 2022


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Maxim Kantor: Kunst über Migration, Russland und Krieg

Maxim Kantor: Kunst über Migration, Russland und Krieg

"Man hofft nur auf die Stärke des europäischen Kulturbodens, gemeint sind Christentum, Universitäten, Rabelais, Dante usw., auf dem die neue Mischung der Europäer geschmolzen wird.
Das Europa, auf das wir alle stolz sind, ist nur im Rahmen des Humanismus, der auf den Kathedralen und Universitäten gewachsen ist, etwas wert.
Wenn es nur ein finanzpolitisches Projekt ist, dann muss es nicht gerettet werden, denn es wird so oder so verrotten." Max Kantor, 2016

10 Mai 2022


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Table ronde : Quel avenir pour la Revue Belge d'Histoire contemporaine ?

Table ronde : Quel avenir pour la Revue Belge d'Histoire contemporaine ?

9 Mai 2022


Christoph Brüll
Article
LL(O)D and NLP perspectives on semantic change for humanities research

LL(O)D and NLP perspectives on semantic change for humanities research

This paper presents an overview of the LL(O)D and NLP methods, tools and data for detecting and representing semantic change, with its main application in humanities research.

6 Mai 2022


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Teaching Public and Applied History on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Teaching Public and Applied History on Both Sides of the Atlantic

n times of global crises, people turn to history to understand their own and their society’s situation. This is an issue addressed by those active in the field of public history. In this roundtable, teachers share their experiences with academic courses training students on both sides of the Atlantic in taking stock of public and applied history. First, students investigate how specific audiences have dealt with historic events, periods, or developments considered to be collective or cultural traumas.

5 Mai 2022


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
Scanning the Past: A 3D Model of Trausch's Library

Scanning the Past: A 3D Model of Trausch's Library

Today, modern geospatial technologies and methods are widely used in combination with the documentation and preservation of objects of importance to cultural heritage. In this setting, archeologists and historians alike benefit from the rapid technological developments over the past decades, which have resulted in instrumentation that allows the capture of real objects and the generation of accurate and precise three-dimensional (3D) digital representations, i.e. models, from these sensed data.

5 Mai 2022


Lars Wieneke
Article
C2DH annual report 2021

C²DH Annual Report 2021

A review of the C²DH' activities in 2021 - in a digital format.

4 Mai 2022


Isabelle Voegeli
Report
Keep calm and carry on. Historicizing online virality

Keep calm and carry on. Historicizing online virality

The purpose of our Hivi research project (https://hivi.uni.lu) is to historicise and to contextualise online virality through the different ages of the Web. This allows to grasp the evolution of digital cultures, as well as the changes of platforms, audience, formats, and the cross-platform, transnational and transmedia circulations of Internet phenomena (memes, online challenges, etc.). There are also continuities of practices to be retrieved, such as trolling, participation and remix.

4 Mai 2022


Valérie Schafer, Fred Pailler
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Help for Ukrainian Refugees

Help for Ukrainian Refugees

The interview focuses on the work of the migration researcher Inna Ganschow as a volunteer in a German organization MMS-Humanitas e.V. helping to transport and accommodate Ukrainian refugees in Luxembourgish and German families. In addition to talking about the experience of an interpreter accompanying buses from the Ukrainian-Luxembourg border to Germany, the scientist shares her observations on the emergence of a new diaspora.

4 Mai 2022


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article

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