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Introduction: Handbook of Digital Public History

Introduction: Handbook of Digital Public History

This handbook provides a systematic overview of the present state of international research in digital public history (DPH). Detailed individual studies by internationally renowned public historians, digital humanists and digital historians elucidate central issues in the field and present a critical account of the major public history accomplishments, research activities, practices with the public and of their digital context.

19 Avril 2022


Gerben Zaagsma
Article
Luxembourg and the creation of the European single currency - Lessons from the History

Luxembourg and the creation of the European single currency - Lessons from the History

In political terms, European integration and multilateral cooperation enabled Luxembourg to become an equal partner in the decision-making processes and leadership of European organizations. In economic terms, these features gave the country the tools it needed to forge a development model that could underpin the creative growth of its social market

15 Avril 2022


Elena Danescu
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Heilsgeschichte aus dem Osten

Heilsgeschichte aus dem Osten

Der russische Ultranationalismus kann als „politische Religion“ aufgefasst werden. Beeinflusst dieser ideologische Überbau russischsprachige Gemeinschaften in Luxemburg?

15 Avril 2022


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Publishing digital history scholarship in the era of updatism

Publishing digital history scholarship in the era of updatism

We explain in this editorial our updating policies that are designed to adapt to author’s, reader’s and editor’s needs. Using the concept of “updatism”, we also reflect on what it means to sustain a digital project such as the Journal of Digital History within our current digital environment, which is unstable by nature.

14 Avril 2022


Andreas Fickers, Frédéric Clavert
Article
Unsichtbares sichtbar machen

Unsichtbares sichtbar machen

9 Avril 2022


Denis Scuto, Julia Harnoncourt
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Historicising online virality

Historicising online virality

This presentation aims to questions the methodologies and challenges related to an historical study of European online virality.

8 Avril 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Social Media: Snapshots in Public History

Social Media: Snapshots in Public History

This chapter provides an overview of how social media foster the application of public history and communication with the public, and what types of institutions, projects, and communities are involved in the process.

4 Avril 2022


Florentina Armaselu
  • Public history
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Cybermemorials: Remembrance and Places of Memory in the Digital Age

Cybermemorials: Remembrance and Places of Memory in the Digital Age

4 Avril 2022


Sandra Camarda
  • Public history
Article
Digital Personal Memories: The Archiving of the Self and Public History

Digital Personal Memories: The Archiving of the Self and Public History

By providing a facilitated access to data storage, digital technologies seem to make expression and preservation of the self more straightforward. They reconfigure the means and forms of access to data, thus also affecting the relationships and participation of individuals in heritagization and history, and potentially impacting historians. This renews questions that scholars already know well, such as the place of memories in the making of history, and that of self-narratives.

1 Avril 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Digital Public History in the United States

Digital Public History in the United States

Digital history goes, by definition, beyond national frontiers, but can one decipher national specificities in its practices and projects? This chapter explores the birth, development, and institutionalization of digital public history in the United States. Issued from a strong network of digital history practitioners, the success of digital public history in the United States stemmed from its connection with pre-existing public history academic centers and projects.

1 Avril 2022


Thomas Cauvin
  • Public history
Article
The Soviet Myth of World War II: Patriotic Memory and the Russian Question in the USSR, by Jonathan Brunstedt,

The Soviet Myth of World War II: Patriotic Memory and the Russian Question in the USSR, by Jonathan Brunstedt,

1 Avril 2022


Nina Janz
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Web Archiving of crisis

Web Archiving of crisis

Roundtable and short presentation on Web Archives of Crisis and Conspiracy

31 Mars 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Varia

Varia

29 Mars 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Unflattening European History through Transmedia Storytelling. The Making Europe Digital Comic Series

Unflattening European History through Transmedia Storytelling. The Making Europe Digital Comic Series

Digital Comics - A new way of narrating history The Making Europe Digital Comic Series challenges the way we narrate history. The VUB Centre for Literary and Intermedial Crossings (CLIC), specialised in intermedial storytelling, currently hosts Prof. Andreas Fickers, an expert in public history. Together with the Brussels Comics Art Museum, CLIC organised the inaugural lecture of the VUB Lorand Chair Intermediality during the VUB/ULB We.KonektWeek. Fickers works on the Making Europe digital comic series, which is about to radically change the way we narrate history.

28 Mars 2022


Andreas Fickers
  • Public history
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
That escalated quickly: ‘the many challenges of historicising online virality’

That escalated quickly: ‘the many challenges of historicising online virality’

28 Mars 2022


Fred Pailler, Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
"24.02.22, 5am: Testimonies from the War"

"24.02.22, 5am: Testimonies from the War"

26 Mars 2022


Denis Scuto
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Co-Organiser: Workshop on archives for the history of cross-border cooperation in the Greater Region

Co-Organiser: Workshop on archives for the history of cross-border cooperation in the Greater Region

24 Mars 2022


Machteld Venken, Christoph Brüll, Estelle Bunout
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
The History of Cross-Border Cooperation: some historiographical remarks

The History of Cross-Border Cooperation: some historiographical remarks

What is Cross-Border Cooperation? How to write the History of Cross-Border Cooperation? The contribution explores the historiography in the field and presents two case studies (Euregio Meuse-Rhine and Europäische Vereinigung Eifel-Ardennen). It focusses on the sources that could be used for such a history and on difficulties regarding archival research.

24 Mars 2022


Christoph Brüll
Article
Üble Gerüchte versetzen ukrainische Frauen in Angst - so wollen sie sich schützen

Üble Gerüchte versetzen ukrainische Frauen in Angst - so wollen sie sich schützen

Die Angst unter den Geflüchteten, dass sie an Menschen- oder Organhändler geraten könnten, ist groß. Diese Gerüchte hätten sich schnell verbreitet. Daher sei in den Lagern an der polnisch-ukrainischen Grenze auch Überzeugungsarbeit notwendig. Den Geflüchteten werde erklärt, was sie in Deutschland erwartet. "Da ist so viel Vertrauen gefragt", sagt Inna Ganschow. Die Russin ist mit dem Verein MMS Humanitas an die polnisch-ukrainische Grenze gefahren, um Flüchtlinge nach Deutschland zu bringen.

22 Mars 2022


Inna Ganschow
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Closing Keynote: Networks, governance and design. A journey through some historical case studies

Closing Keynote: Networks, governance and design. A journey through some historical case studies

As famous as the quotation by Lawrence Lessing “Code is law”, the sentence by David Clark at a meeting at the IETF in 1992 “We reject kings, presidents and voting, we believe in rough consensus and running code” became a “motto for Internet standardization” (Russell, 2006) that invites us to have a look at the past relationships and intertwinements between networks design and governance.

18 Mars 2022


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article

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