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Kaputt © Volker Schlecht 2016

7 Juin 2024

rédigé par :
Ira Yeroshko

Forced labor at GDR prison - animated in award-winning “Kaputt” animation

How does one visualize the tragic past of the Hoheneck imprisoned forced laborers, a reality that remained unseen for years? Three German directors, Volker Schlecht, Max Mönch, and Alexander Lahl, took on this daunting task by conducting extensive oral history research and transforming their findings into the award-winning animation “Kaputt.”
Event
Lové Esch: Raconter l’histoire d’Esch sur Alzette grâce aux grands-mères lusophones

21 Mai 2024

Lovó Esch: Quand nos grand-mères racontent l’histoire d’Esch

Appel à participants pour raconter l’histoire d’Esch-sur-Alzette grâce aux grands-mères lusophones.
Thinkering
LOVÓ project

8 Avril 2024

rédigé par :
Myriam Dalal

LOVÓ! Connecting with grandmothers to learn about the past.

The ‘lovó’ project aims to use oral history and art to put forward several voices of Portuguese speaking grandmothers who live in the city of Esch sur Alzette and have made this place their home.
Thinkering
Conference report to “Ukrainian Studies Across the Borders”

4 Avril 2024

rédigé par :
Inna Ganschow

Conference report to “Ukrainian Studies Across the Borders”

The conference organized by the U-CORE project took place at the University of Luxembourg, 26-27 March 2024 and hosted UNDIPUS-scholars from three German universities, four disciplines and five projects.
Event
Guinness brewery at Park Royal London

27 Février 2024

Listening to the Voices of Guinness

Lecture by Prof. Tim Strangleman in the series "Confronting Decline: Challenges of Deindustrialisation in Western Societies since the 1970s".
Event
Ukrainian Studies Across the Borders

21 Février 2024

Ukrainian Studies Across the Borders

International conference dedicated to Ukrainian studies beyond traditional Ukrainistics.
News
Radio Luxembourg - The station that changed the world

20 Décembre 2023

rédigé par :
Dominique Santana

“Radio Luxembourg”, a new transmedia project on the cult station

The Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) at the University of Luxembourg, together with Samsa Film and the Centre national de l’audiovisuel (CNA), are launching the transmedia project “Radio Luxembourg – The station that changed the world”.
News
C²DH researcher Gábor Mihály Tóth wins Richard Deswarte Prize in Digital History

5 Octobre 2023

rédigé par :
Gabor Mihaly Toth

C²DH researcher Gábor Mihály Tóth wins Richard Deswarte Prize in Digital History

The 2023 Richard Deswarte Prize in Digital History is awarded to Gábor Mihály Tóth.
News
IFPH 2024 at the University of Luxembourg, Belval

19 Septembre 2023

rédigé par :
Thomas Cauvin

CfP - 7th World Conference of the International Federation for Public History

The International Federation for Public History (IFPH) now welcomes applications for its 2024 World Conference that will take place on 3-7 September 2024 at the University of Luxembourg.
Forum Z
Fo'er an de Sixties Forum Z

19 Juillet 2023

rédigé par :
Véronique Faber

Fo'er an de Sixties: Vu Boxeren a Fritten

Op dësem Forum Z diskutéieren mer iwwert wat et op der Schueberfouer an den 1960er ze gesinn an ze di gouf.
News
Radio Luxembourg - The station that changed the world

17 Juillet 2023

rédigé par :
Dominique Santana

Kick off for the project 'Radio Luxembourg – The Station that Changed the World'

Tune in to the amazing history of one of the world’s greatest radio stations, based in one of the world’s smallest nations – Radio Luxembourg.
News
Historesch Gesinn

6 Juillet 2023

rédigé par :
Joella van Donkersgoed

Start of the new public history project "Historesch Gesinn"

Developing a sustainable network between the general public and cultural organisations to preserve memories and heritages in the long term.
Thinkering
Memories of Ambassadors: A history of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Luxembourg diplomacy

27 Avril 2023

rédigé par :
François Klein, Marco Gabellini, Cécile Duval

Memories of Ambassadors: A history of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Luxembourg diplomacy

The aim of the oral history programme about Luxembourg diplomacy, conducted by the C²DH with the support of the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs, is to document the development of the Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Luxembourg’s foreign policy since the end of the Second World War.
Event
BUREU: EU office buildings between architectural “hardware” and managerial “software”, 1950s-2000

6 Février 2023

BUREU: EU office buildings between architectural “hardware” and managerial “software”, 1950s-2000

Research seminar with Jens van de Maele
Event
Unravelling twentieth century Swiss video game heritage: an interdisciplinary research

25 Janvier 2023

Unravelling twentieth century Swiss video game heritage: an interdisciplinary research

Hands on History talk with Yannick Rochat, University of Lausanne.
Thinkering
Escher Kaffi

10 Janvier 2023

rédigé par :
Laura Steil, Joella van Donkersgoed

Escher Kaffi: taking the pulse of the city

Escher Kaffi is an experimental public history project funded by the C²DH’s Thinkering Grant to study ordinary sociality in a (post)industrial city undergoing fast infrastructural, urbanistic, demographic, and cultural transformations.
Thinkering
Shelter for refugees at the Center for Urban History,

5 Décembre 2022

rédigé par :
Machteld Venken

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

Report of the workshop held on 23-25 November 2022 at the C²DH, University of Luxembourg.
Event
Crimean Tatars Hands on history.

16 Novembre 2022

Migration is not a one way trip. Studying and telling the story of Crimean Tatars' deportation and return

Hands on History talk with Martin-Oleksandr Kisly (History Department of National University of Kyiv - Mohyla Academy).
Event
Jason Kelly

3 Octobre 2022

Digital Public History in the Context of Slow Disasters

Presentation by Jason M. Kelly, Director of the IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute.
Event
Stand with Ukraine

31 Août 2022

Voices from the War – Path to Peace : Ukrainian and international insights

The C²DH, in collaboration with Polska.lu, LUkraine, Europe Direct at the University of Luxembourg, the Polish Institute of Brussels and the Polish Embassy in Luxembourg, are pleased to invite you to a conference on 20 October 2022 at the auditorium in the Cercle Cité in Luxembourg.

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