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Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age

28 Mars 2019

Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age

The 9th edition of the 'Tensions of Europe' conference will be hosted by the C²DH from 27-30 June 2019. Registrations are open!
Thinkering
 Workshop on Histories of Maintenance, Repair, Reuse and Disposal

24 Janvier 2019

rédigé par :
Douglas Lambert, Stefan Krebs

Workshop on Histories of Maintenance, Repair, Reuse and Disposal

This report summarises a C²DH-hosted workshop concerning some undervalued and overlooked aspects of technology.
Thinkering
Experimental Media Archaeology featuring the Apple IIe

22 Janvier 2019

rédigé par :
Sytze Van Herck

Experimental Media Archaeology featuring the Apple IIe

During a research visit to the Media Archaeology Lab in Boulder (CO) participants experimented with the Apple IIe. They either played an educational game or wrote a letter on a computer from the 1980s.
Thinkering
Using Digital Tools to Generate Subtitles for a Radio Play

21 Janvier 2019

rédigé par :
Stefan Krebs

Using Digital Tools to Generate Subtitles for a Radio Play

This entry briefly describes how we generated English subtitles (using digital tools) for the binaural radio play "Glanz und Elend der Kunstkopf-Stereophonie" we produced in 2017.
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Histories of Technology’s Persistence: Repair, Reuse, and Disposal

6 Novembre 2018

Histories of Technology’s Persistence: Repair, Reuse, and Disposal

International workshop at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History.
News
CfP: Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age

20 Septembre 2018

rédigé par :
Valérie Schafer

CfP: Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age

The Tensions of Europe conference is organised biennially by an interdisciplinary community of scholars who study the shaping of Europe through the lens of technology and material culture. The 9th edition of the conference will be organised by the C²DH around the theme ‘Decoding Europe: Technological Pasts in the Digital Age.
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Hands on History logo

20 Septembre 2018

Researching the history of television production technology

Lecture by John Ellis, Royal Holloway London University.
Thinkering
Follow-up on the Summer School on Transnational Radio History

3 Juillet 2018

rédigé par :
Richard Legay

Follow-up on the Summer School on Transnational Radio History

On 18-22 June 2018, the C²DH hosted an international Summer School on Transnational Radio History, an event organised in collaboration with the Ministry for Culture in Saarland (Germany) and its Luxembourgish counterpart in the context of the European Year of Culture 2018. By mixing academic panels with hands-on workshops and sites visits, the event was the perfect opportunity for scholars from around the world to hold fascinating discussions on the topic of transnational radio history.
Thinkering
The Historical Art of Projection

29 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Eva Andersen, Sytze Van Herck

The Historical Art of Projection

In the Hands-On History seminar on the 24th of May by Dr. Ludwig M. Vogl-Bienek and Karin Bienek from the University of Trier we were introduced to the history of the magic lantern. After a brief overview during the lecture, we got to experience a live performance of the magic lantern in our Digital History lab. We were also encouraged to experiment with some smaller but original magic lanterns.
News
Kulturen des Reparierens: Dinge - Wissen - Praktiken

22 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Stefan Krebs

Kulturen des Reparierens: Dinge - Wissen - Praktiken

Reparieren und Instandhalten sind ökonomisch wie kulturell zentrale Praktiken im »Leben« technischer Dinge und Infrastrukturen. Der Band rückt diese bislang wenig untersuchten Tätigkeiten in den Vordergrund und fragt nach den Wissensformen der unterschiedlichen Kulturen des Reparierens.
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CfP: Histories of Technology’s Persistence: Repair, Reuse and Disposal

22 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Stefan Krebs

CfP: Histories of Technology’s Persistence: Repair, Reuse and Disposal

The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) is organising a two day workshop (7-8 December 2018) on "Histories of Technology’s Persistence: Repair, Reuse and Disposal".
Thinkering
Automata and other interlocutors

2 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Christopher Morse

Automata and other interlocutors

The notion of the automaton extends at least as far back as antiquity, but successful implementation of simulated intelligence, and even life itself, continues to elude us. Although there is a tremendous disparity between how we imagine robots to behave and how they actually perform, since the eighteenth century they have become unwitting participants in a dialogue about humanity's self-conception.
News
CfP: International Summer School on Transnational Radio History

7 Février 2018

rédigé par :
Andreas Fickers, Richard Legay

CfP: International Summer School on Transnational Radio History

The Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) is delighted to announce a Summer School on Transnational Radio History, hosted by the University of Luxembourg / C²DH, and including two full-day excursions to the historic transmitter sites of Europe 1 (in Berus, Germany) and Radio Luxembourg (in Junglinster, Luxembourg). The Summer School is organised in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture of Saarland / Germany and the Ministry of Culture of Luxembourg in the context of the European Year of Culture 2018.
Event
Hands on History logo

11 Janvier 2018

The Historical Art of Projection. Digital and experimental approaches to the archaeology of the screen

Hands-on History session with Karin Bienek and Ludwig Vogl-Bienek (University of Trier).
News

18 Décembre 2017

rédigé par :
Andreas Fickers

European Research Grant "European History Reloaded"

European research grant awarded for research into Europe's Audiovisual Heritage Online, coordinated by prof. dr. E. Müller, Utrecht University
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Glanz und Elend der Kunstkopf-Stereophonie

6 Juillet 2017

rédigé par :
Stefan Krebs, Andreas Fickers

Glanz und Elend der Kunstkopf-Stereophonie

“Glanz und Elend der Kunstkopf-Stereophonie” – A radio play from Stefan Krebs, with Hans Peter Hallwachs as Kunstkopf; Stephan Wurfbaum as journalist and Andreas Fickers as media archaeologist; Research, script and mise-en-scène: Stefan Krebs; Sound: Christian Schimmöller; Producer: Werner Bleisteiner; Historical and technical advisors: Günther Hess and Stephan Peus. A production of the Centre for Contemporary and Digital History of the University of Luxembourg in cooperation with Bavarian Broadcasting and the EU-research project ORPHEUS, 2017.
Thinkering
360 view of Studio 9

29 Juin 2017

rédigé par :
Stefan Krebs

Listening to the past - with two ears

Within the framework of the research project "Failure and Success of Dummy Head Stereo: An innovation history of 3D listening", Stefan Krebs and Andreas Fickers produced a binaural radio play about the history of binaural stereo.
Thinkering
Au bord de la mer à Bredene-sur-Mer en Belgique – nature et technologie. Vers 1928.

30 Mai 2017

rédigé par :
Karin Priem, Frederik Herman

Forging a Modern Society. Photography and Corporate Communication in the Industrial Age (ARBED 1911 – 1937)

An exhibition and book project resulting from a collaboration between the FAMOSO research team (C²DH) and the Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA – National Audiovisual Centre).
Thinkering
Map visualisation presentation

23 Mai 2017

rédigé par :
Sytze Van Herck, Eva Andersen, Jakub Bronec

Visualisation and visual thinking in the Arts and Humanities – New Perspectives in Digital Humanities Conference

In the 2017 edition of the conference, arts and humanities students and early career researchers, regardless of their technical background, were invited to share their ideas and experiences in their creative and scientific encounters with visualisation as it is deployed in and for research across disciplines.
Thinkering
The Historical and Cultural Dynamics of Home Movies

10 Mai 2017

rédigé par :
Tim Van Der Heijden

The Historical and Cultural Dynamics of Home Movies

In the course of the twentieth century, various generations have documented and materialized their family memories on film, video and digital media. But how have these changes in technologies of memory shaped new forms of recording and screening as family memory practices?

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