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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
Article
Vergessene Opfer des NS-Regimes in Luxemburg

Vergessene Opfer des NS-Regimes in Luxemburg

10 Mars 2024


Daniel Thilman
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
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, Zoé Konsbruck
  • 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
Article
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
Article
Le partenaire premium inconnu. Les relations entre la Belgique et l'Allemagne depuis 1945

Le partenaire premium inconnu. Les relations entre la Belgique et l'Allemagne depuis 1945

Les relations entre la Belgique et l’Allemagne sont souvent décrites par les acteurs politiques et diplomatiques comme étant parmi les plus étroites et les moins conflictuelles au sein de l’Union Européenne. Certains indicateurs macro-économiques corroborent cette assertion. On ne peut nier que le rapprochement entre la Belgique et l’Allemagne de l’Ouest dans le contexte de la guerre froide et de l’intégration européenne fait partie des évolutions historiques les plus remarquables de la deuxième moitié du XXe siècle.

20 Février 2024


Christoph Brüll
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Sabine Pitteloud: Les multinationales suisses dans l'arène politique (1942-1993)

Sabine Pitteloud: Les multinationales suisses dans l'arène politique (1942-1993)

15 Février 2024


Nicolas Arendt
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Two Historians' Relationship with Sources in the Digital Age

Two Historians' Relationship with Sources in the Digital Age

This paper examines the annotation practices behind DHARPA (the Digital History Advanced Research Accelerator project) and its innovative data orchestration tool, kiara. By focusing on the importance of annotation across various stages of research, kiara aims to enhance transparency and traceability in humanities research. Kiara’s design draws on the wide range of research experiences of the project’s team members and its collaborators.

9 Février 2024


Sean Takats, Luca Federico Cerra
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Panel on Software Source Code as part of Memory of the World

Panel on Software Source Code as part of Memory of the World

My presentation at the panel aims to enlighten some value, challenges and issues related to the heritagisation of code.

1 Février 2024


Valérie Schafer
  • Contemporary history of Europe
Article
Entre les lignes : flux, mobilités et réseaux de la main-d'œuvre étrangère dans le bassin transfrontalier de la Minette durant l'entre-deux-guerres

Entre les lignes : flux, mobilités et réseaux de la main-d'œuvre étrangère dans le bassin transfrontalier de la Minette durant l'entre-deux-guerres

By considering the flows, mobilities and networks of foreign labour in the Minette cross-border basin during the inter-war period, we wanted to make a contribution to migration studies by tackling, in a transnational approach, a subject that requires several heuristic approaches and that is part of a relatively short period of time, marked by a turning point in national policies for controlling mobility, and characterised by a certain stability of state borders but also by economic and geopolitical tensions.

1 Février 2024


Arnaud Sauer
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Podcast: Confronting Decline in Luxembourg's Steel Industry

Podcast: Confronting Decline in Luxembourg's Steel Industry

Special episode today within the DePOT podcast series: Affiliates at the University of Luxembourg examine 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.

1 Février 2024


Zoé Konsbruck
  • Public history
Article
Between Online and Offline: Doing Archival Research in the Digital Age

Between Online and Offline: Doing Archival Research in the Digital Age

This article seeks to historicise the use of new technologies in historical research and reflect on the differences between working with online and traditional archives from a historian’s perspective. In doing so, it will discuss the various factors that must be considered, what political dimensions of archival and curatorial work exist and how they change in a digital context.

1 Février 2024


Gerben Zaagsma
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article
Presenter: Witnessing the Now: Challenges for Emergency Archiving and Oral History following the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Presenter: Witnessing the Now: Challenges for Emergency Archiving and Oral History following the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

29 Janvier 2024


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Les cent ans de la Chambre des salariés: "Sous le haut patronage de nous-mêmes"

Les cent ans de la Chambre des salariés: "Sous le haut patronage de nous-mêmes"

27 Janvier 2024


Estelle Berthereau
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Organiser: Hands-on Digital Workshop: Automatic Speech to Text Transcription

Organiser: Hands-on Digital Workshop: Automatic Speech to Text Transcription

24 Janvier 2024


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Chair: Timetable and Division of Tasks between the Teams

Chair: Timetable and Division of Tasks between the Teams

23 Janvier 2024


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
Presenter: Temporalities of Mixed Economies of Veteran Welfare in the Greater Region after the First World War

Presenter: Temporalities of Mixed Economies of Veteran Welfare in the Greater Region after the First World War

17 Janvier 2024


Machteld Venken
  • Contemporary history of Luxembourg
Article
commémorer en ligne?

commémorer en ligne?

16 Janvier 2024


Frédéric Clavert
  • Contemporary history of Europe
  • Digital history & historiography
Article

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