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1 Janvier 2020

rédigé par :
Jakub Bronec

The Jew In Czech And Slovak Imagination, 1938-89: Antisemitism, The Holocaust, And Zionism,

Data

1 Janvier 2020

rédigé par :
Jakub Bronec

CVH Malach – Centrum vizuální historie Konference a workshop o novém přístupu a využití video databáze Fortunoff

Event
Audiovisual heritage

11 Décembre 2019

Audiovisual heritage

Lecture by Prof. Dr Julia Noordegraaf, University of Amsterdam. The event is part of the C²DH lecture series 'New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.
Event
Talking about Europe: in La Stampa, Le Monde, Die Zeit and Der Spiegel, 1940s - 2010s

4 Décembre 2019

Talking about Europe: in La Stampa, Le Monde, Die Zeit and Der Spiegel, 1940s - 2010s

'Impresso Talk' with Enrico Bergamini and Emmanuel Mourlon-Druol (Bruegel Institute).
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Third Issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research published

3 Décembre 2019

rédigé par :
Marten Düring

Third Issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research published

JHNR publishes outstanding and original contributions which apply the theories and methodologies of social network analysis to historical research whilst respecting best practices in historical research.
Thinkering
Transatlantic Perspectives on Digital Hermeneutics

5 Novembre 2019

rédigé par :
Tim Van Der Heijden, Juliane Tatarinov, Gerben Zaagsma

Transatlantic Perspectives on Digital Hermeneutics

On 10-12 October 2019, the international conference ‘Digital Hermeneutics: from Research to Dissemination’ took place at the German Historical Institute (GHI) in Washington DC. The conference aimed to critically reflect on the radical impact of the digital turn on all stages of historical research, including archiving, research, analysis, interpretation and dissemination on a transatlantic level.
Event
Digital history of virtual museums

5 Novembre 2019

Digital history of virtual museums

Research seminar with Nadezhda Povroznik.
Event
Visualization for newspapers corpus exploration across time and space

21 Octobre 2019

Visualization for newspapers corpus exploration across time and space

'Impresso Talk' with Jana Keck (Institute of Literary Studies, University of Stuttgart) and Moritz Knabben (Institut für Visualisierung und interaktive Systeme, University of Stuttgart).
Data
Lecture by Jane Winters: Reflections on the past, present and future of digital archives. Recording and interview.

15 Octobre 2019

rédigé par :
Noëlle Schon

Lecture by Jane Winters: Reflections on the past, present and future of digital archives. Recording and interview.

Lecture by Prof. Dr Jane Winters, School of Advanced Study, University of London, and exclusive interview for the C²DH’s ‘New Horizons’ lecture series.
Thinkering
A guide to using collections of digitised newspapers as historical sources

11 Octobre 2019

rédigé par :
Estelle Bunout

A guide to using collections of digitised newspapers as historical sources

The impresso team has prepared a guide for scholars on using collections of digitised newspapers as historical sources, published on the PARTHENOS platform.
Data

11 Octobre 2019

rédigé par :
Tim Van Der Heijden, Juliane Tatarinov

Inside the Trading Zone: Doing Digital Hermeneutics in an Interdisciplinary Setting

Event
Signals and Noise: Extracting Patterns of Cultural Expressions from Digitized Sources

2 Octobre 2019

Signals and Noise: Extracting Patterns of Cultural Expressions from Digitized Sources

Lecture by Dr. Melvin Wevers, KNAW Humanities Cluster, Amsterdam. The event is part of the C²DH lecture series 'New Horizons: Confronting the Digital Turn in the Humanities'.
Event
Oral histoRies on the fAll of The irOn cuRtain (ORATOR)

20 Septembre 2019

Oral histoRies on the fAll of The irOn cuRtain (ORATOR)

International workshop to initiate the ORATOR project.
Event
Grasping the anti-modern: how to identify anti-modern discourses on Europe in a digitized newspaper collection (using a naïve bayes classifier and topic modelling)

19 Septembre 2019

Grasping the anti-modern: how to identify anti-modern discourses on Europe in a digitized newspaper collection (using a naïve bayes classifier and topic modelling)

Research seminar with Estelle Bunout
Thinkering
International Oral History Workshop

19 Septembre 2019

rédigé par :
Douglas Lambert

International Oral History Workshop

This July 2019 workshop at C²DH was focused on digital oral history in the United States, its evolution over the past 20 years, and the prominent tools and methods currently available in the field. We used a combination of demonstrations, hands-on exercises, contributions from participants, and open discussion to facilitate an intercontinental dialogue, all aimed at bringing new possibilities for oral history to Luxembourgish researchers.
Data
Lecture David Bodenhamer: The Spatial Humanities, Deep Mapping, and the Future of History. Recording and interview.

18 Septembre 2019

rédigé par :
Noëlle Schon

Lecture David Bodenhamer: The Spatial Humanities, Deep Mapping, and the Future of History. Recording and interview.

Lecture by Prof. Dr David Bodenhamer, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, and exclusive interview for the C²DH’s ‘New Horizons’ lecture series.
News
CfP: Media Trades and Professions (18th to 21st Century)

17 Septembre 2019

rédigé par :
Valérie Schafer

CfP: Media Trades and Professions (18th to 21st Century)

The C²DH is supporting the third edition of the SPHM (Société pour l’histoire des médias) International Conference.
Data

12 Septembre 2019

rédigé par :
Maria Biryukov, Lars Wieneke, Eva Andersen

Making sense of non-sense. Tracing topics in a historical corpus on psychiatry facing low OCR quality

Data

12 Septembre 2019

rédigé par :
Tim Van Der Heijden

Digital History as Trading Zone? Reflections from a Doctoral Training Unit

Thinkering
Learning about digital editing in Trier – a field trip

3 Septembre 2019

rédigé par :
Juliane Tatarinov

Learning about digital editing in Trier – a field trip

The members of the DTU-DHH were welcomed by fellow Digital Humanists at the Trier Center for Digital Humanities. Two things everybody knew after our stay: who Arthur Schnitzler was and what the German word “Brötchen” means!

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