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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
Website
2023 C²DH Annual Report

2023 C²DH Annual Report – now online

The C²DH is delighted to share with you its 2023 Annual Report, which looks back on a memorable year of pioneering research in digital and public history.

18 Juin 2024


Isabelle Voegeli
Report
C2DH Annual report

C²DH Annual Report 2022

A review of the C²DH's activities in 2022 - in digital format.

17 Juin 2024


Isabelle Voegeli
Report
Mentorship for early career scholars in web archive studies

Mentorship for early career scholars in web archive studies

This session aims to create a space for open discussion and networking for early career scholars (PhD students and postdoctoral researchers). Organised by three advanced scholars with strong expertise in web archives, this 90-minute session will focus first on the role and place of web archives in research, including how case studies, close and distant reading, and different tools and methods may be used, refined, and presented in research.

6 Juin 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Playing the Imitation Game: Human-AI Simulators in Pedagogic Design

Playing the Imitation Game: Human-AI Simulators in Pedagogic Design

The aim of the study is to address the question of using generative AI in creative writing assignments starting from the hypothesis that preliminary simulations of AI-based pedagogic scenarios can help instructors to better understand the inner mechanisms of these technologies and their possible impact on the learning, assignment completion and evaluation processes. The paper presents a set of experiments with simulated student-agent interactions generated by AI chatbots and proposes a formal framework for assessing this form of “imitation game” and its possible applications in real teaching-learning environments.

5 Juin 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Documenting the Use of Generative AI in Digital Humanities Workflows

Documenting the Use of Generative AI in Digital Humanities Workflows

The paper intends to foster discussions within the DARIAH community on the possibilities of building and sharing documentation that informs the readers about the use of generative AI in DH workflows.

5 Juin 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Produites par des sources et productrices de sources une approche des intelligences artificielles génératives par les humanités et l’histoire numériques

Produites par des sources et productrices de sources une approche des intelligences artificielles génératives par les humanités et l’histoire numériques

3 Juin 2024


Frédéric Clavert
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Archiv und Erinnerung: Zur Verschränkung von Mediengeschichte und Historiographie

Archiv und Erinnerung: Zur Verschränkung von Mediengeschichte und Historiographie

Museen, Archive und historische Wissenschaften haben sich innerhalb eines sich wandelnden technologisch-epistemologischen Kontextes schrittweise an partizipatorische Formen des Sammelns, der Forschung und der Erarbeitung historischen Wissens angenähert. Dieser Prozess war begleitet von der Ausweitung historischer Quellenarten und Forschungsfragen, von der stärkeren Gewichtung des Erinnerns und der interpretativen Leistung historischer Akteure sowie von einer Vielzahl neuer medialer Formen, die das Zeigen, Schreiben und Erzählen von Geschichte veränderten.

31 Mai 2024


Karin Priem
  • Public history
Article
Small-Scale Testing on Generative AI and Post-OCR Correction in Historical Datasets

Small-Scale Testing on Generative AI and Post-OCR Correction in Historical Datasets

This article proposes a small-scale investigation on the use of generative AI agents for post-OCR correction in historical datasets. Three chatbots, ChatGPT-4, Google Bard and YouChat and excerpts from 18th century French texts were utilised. The evaluation included qualitative and quantitative methods. Character and word error rates (CER, WER) were computed both by the agents and independently using a specialised Python library, and gold standard excerpts from the ICDAR 2017 competition on post-OCR text correction.

31 Mai 2024


Florentina Armaselu
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
"98 Prozent dreimal 'lëtzebuergesch'" bei der Personenstandsaufnahme von 1941? Teil 2: Ein Erfolg der Resistenz und seine Verklärung

"98 Prozent dreimal 'lëtzebuergesch'" bei der Personenstandsaufnahme von 1941? Teil 2: Ein Erfolg der Resistenz und seine Verklärung

The "Personenstandsaufnahme" of 10 October 1941, a census conducted by the German occupier in Luxembourg with additional questions on nationality, mother tongue and ethnicity, is one of the best-known historical events in Luxembourg's contemporary history. Together with the strike against forced recruitment in August/September 1942, it remains an integral part of the culture of remembrance and historiography to this day.

25 Mai 2024


Philippe Blasen
Article
Europavorstellungen im belgischen und luxemburgischen Widerstand

Europavorstellungen im belgischen und luxemburgischen Widerstand

25 Mai 2024


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Children Born of War as a Shared History: David Seymour's Photographs of "Bastard" Children in Vienna, 1948

Children Born of War as a Shared History: David Seymour's Photographs of "Bastard" Children in Vienna, 1948

In 1948, on assignment for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), David Seymour completed a three-month mission that took him to his home country of Poland as well as to Greece, Italy, Austria, and Hungary, where he visited cities and villages ravaged by war.

22 Mai 2024


Karin Priem
  • Public history
Article
Keynote: Living Archives and the Challenges of Doing Digital Public History in Real Time

Keynote: Living Archives and the Challenges of Doing Digital Public History in Real Time

Historical research and the production of historical narratives relies on archives. With thedigital turn, both the notion and the function of archive have changed. The practices ofselection, curation, and interpretation of archival sources have been deeply affected by newscientific virtues such as accessibility, sharing, and participation. Web 2.0 technologies and the Internet gave rise to a new type of archive resulting from real time “capture culture” and “event crawls”.

21 Mai 2024


Andreas Fickers
  • Public history
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Die Transformation der A.R.B.E.D. 1974-2001. Zwischen westeuropäischer und postsozialistischer Deindustrialisierung

Die Transformation der A.R.B.E.D. 1974-2001. Zwischen westeuropäischer und postsozialistischer Deindustrialisierung

15 Mai 2024


Nicolas Arendt
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
The Contribution of History to study Cross-Border Cooperation in Western Europe

The Contribution of History to study Cross-Border Cooperation in Western Europe

15 Mai 2024


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Die Personenstandsaufnahme vom 10. Oktober 1941. Teil 1: Seit über 80 Jahren incognita im Archiv

Die Personenstandsaufnahme vom 10. Oktober 1941. Teil 1: Seit über 80 Jahren incognita im Archiv

The "Personenstandsaufnahme" of 10 October 1941, a census conducted by the German occupier in Luxembourg with additional questions on nationality, mother tongue and ethnicity, is one of the best-known historical events in Luxembourg's contemporary history. Together with the strike against forced recruitment in August/September 1942, it remains an integral part of the culture of remembrance and historiography to this day.

11 Mai 2024


Philippe Blasen
Article
Archiving Social Media in an Age of APIcalypse

Archiving Social Media in an Age of APIcalypse

Access to API is strategic for archiving and research. The recent European Union’s Digital Services Act (DSA) might be a decisive step forwards. But a recent report showed that the platforms’ policies set up to conform to the DSA are very diverse. And the efficiency of those APIs for researchers are yet to be evaluated. In other words, the DSA does not put an end to the APIcalypse: it is geographically limited, and the notion of “systemic risk” that is in the DSA remains ambiguous and this ambiguity allows those firms to restrict researchers’ access to their data.

26 Avril 2024


Frédéric Clavert
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Ranke.2 - Source Criticism in the Digital Age. Scholar-led Publishing of Multilingual Educational Resources for Historians

Ranke.2 - Source Criticism in the Digital Age. Scholar-led Publishing of Multilingual Educational Resources for Historians

Presentation of Ranke.2, a project of the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH), OPERAS 2024 Conference, Zadar, Croatia

23 Avril 2024


Sofia Papastamkou
  • Public history
Article
„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
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