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Thinkering
Journal of Digital History logo

13 Octobre 2021

rédigé par :
Frédéric Clavert

Presenting the Journal of Digital History

The Journal of Digital History (JDH) is a joint initiative of the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) at the University of Luxembourg and the De Gruyter publishing group. As an international, academic, peer-reviewed and open-access journal, it will set new standards in history publishing based on the principle of multi-layered articles.
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Mandelbrotset part

5 Octobre 2021

rédigé par :
Florentina Armaselu, Andreas Fickers

Zoomland. Exploring Scale in Digital History and Humanities

Call for papers / Workshop & book project. The book will explore the epistemological dimensions, hermeneutic methods, empirical tools and aesthetic logic pertaining to the notion of scale in digital history and humanities, and will be published in open access with De Gruyter as part of the 'Studies in Digital History and Hermeneutics' series.
Data

4 Octobre 2021

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

Keynote lecture: Exploring Jewish History in the Digital Age

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Trading Zonesof Digital History by Max Kemman

28 Septembre 2021

rédigé par :
Max Kemman

New publication: ‘Trading Zones of Digital History’ by Max Kemman

Volume 1 in the series 'Studies in Digital History and Hermeneutics' published by De Gruyter Oldenburg.
Data

20 Septembre 2021

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

Exploring the History of Digital History

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16 Septembre 2021

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

Review of Adam Crymble: Technology and the Historian. Transformations in the Digital Age

Event
Eichmann in the Cold War - a DVD film project

9 Septembre 2021

Eichmann in the Cold War - a DVD film project

Hands on History Lecture with Irmgard Zündorf, Centre for Contemporary History Potsdam (ZZF).
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Digital Roots cover

9 Septembre 2021

rédigé par :
Valérie Schafer

New publication: Digital Roots. Historicizing Media and Communication Concepts of the Digital Age

Volume 4 in the series 'Studies in Digital History and Hermeneutics' published by De Gruyter Oldenburg.
Data

30 Août 2021

rédigé par :
Florentina Armaselu

HISTORIAE, History of Socio-Cultural Transformation as Linguistic Data Science. A Humanities Use Case

The paper proposes an interdisciplinary approach including methods from disciplines such as history of concepts, linguistics, natural language processing (NLP) and Semantic Web, to create a comparative framework for detecting semantic change in multilingual historical corpora and generating diachronic ontologies as linguistic linked open data (LLOD).
Thinkering
IMISCOE 2021 report

25 Août 2021

rédigé par :
Machteld Venken, Lorella Viola

Conference Report: Doing Historical Research on Migration in the Digital Age: Theories, Concepts and Methods

Lorella Viola and Machteld Venken (C²DH) organised the panel series “Doing Historical Research on Migration in the Digital Age: Theories, Concepts and Methods” at the International Migration Research Network Annual Conference (IMISCOE) on 7-9 July 2021 at the University of Luxembourg. The aim of the panel series was to explore how digital technologies have impacted migration history research.
Data

18 Août 2021

rédigé par :
Florentina Armaselu

Towards a computer-assisted aesthetics of user response

The article focuses on the analysis of the user as an aesthetic category and proposes a methodology for evaluating user response within a framework that combines theoretical background from different areas, the theory of aesthetic response, psycholinguistics, appraisal theory, dialogism, and affective stylistics, with the application of digital tools for corpus linguistics and sentiment analysis.
Thinkering
Recording of the roundtable "Different cultures in Digital History"

15 Juillet 2021

rédigé par :
Frédéric Clavert

Recording of the roundtable "Different cultures in Digital History"

On the 8 June, the C²DH (University of Luxembourg) and the Center for Digital Humanities (Perm State University, Russia) organised an international round table entitled “Different Cultures in Digital History”
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CfP - Chapters solicited for an edited volume on “Multilingual DH”

24 Juin 2021

rédigé par :
Lorella Viola

CfP - Chapters solicited for an edited volume on “Multilingual DH”

This edited volume will explore the contemporary and future relevance of multilingualism (and its cultural impact) in DH practices. Guest editors: Dr Lorella Viola (University of Luxembourg) and Paul Spence (King’s College London).
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9 Juin 2021

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

Uncovering Digital History’s forgotten roots: the work of the Association for History and Computing

Data

2 Juin 2021

rédigé par :
Tim van der Heijden

Replicating the Kinora: 3D modelling and printing as heuristics in digital media history

Event
Historical Network Research conference 2021

1 Juin 2021

Historical Network Research conference 2021

The C²DH is hosting the 6th Historical Network Research conference „Historical Networks – Réseaux Historiques – Historische Netzwerke“.
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28 Mai 2021

rédigé par :
Eva Andersen

A Republic of Alienists? A transnational perspective on psychiatric knowledge circulation across Europe (1843-1925)

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Different Cultures in Digital History

26 Mai 2021

Different Cultures in Digital History

International Round Table and workshop on Digital History and new academic publication practices organised online by the C²DH (University of Luxembourg) and the Center for Digital Humanities (Perm State University, Russia).
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25 Mai 2021

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

Exploring the History of Digital History

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Workshop report: Performing media archaeological experiments

24 Mai 2021

rédigé par :
Aleksander Kolkowski, Tim van der Heijden, Stefan Krebs, Andreas Fickers

Workshop report: Performing media archaeological experiments

On 18 December 2020, the second workshop of the DEMA project - Doing Experimental Media Archaeology: Practice & Theory - project took place at the C²DH. For this workshop, participants from various fields, including media history, art history, musicology, history of science, sensorial ethnography, contemporary composition and sound art were invited to share experiences on how to perform historical re-enactments and how experimental research can serve or operate in artistic practice.

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