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Au bord de la falaise

25 Juillet 2018

rédigé par :
Jakub Bronec

École d’Été Éditions Numériques / Humanités Numériques 2018 – Grenoble

Du 28 mai au 5 juillet 2018, j'ai eu le plaisir de participer à l'école d'été de l'histoire numérique à Grenoble (France). L’université Grenoble-Alpes en collaboration avec la Maison des Sciences de l’Homme -Alpes et l'UMR Litt&Arts a organisé la seconde édition de l'École D’été Édition Numérique et Humanités Numériques (EDEEN).
Event
Constructing a virtual laboratory for simulating patterns of settlement and migration: integrating Agent-based models and history

5 Juillet 2018

Constructing a virtual laboratory for simulating patterns of settlement and migration: integrating Agent-based models and history

Research seminar with Kaarel Sikk, PhD student at C²DH.
Thinkering
DHBenelux 2018 - Integrating Digital Humanities

11 Juin 2018

rédigé par :
Max Kemman

DHBenelux 2018 - Integrating Digital Humanities

The theme of this year's annual DHBenelux conference was "Integrating Digital Humanities". Max Kemman provides a review of the conference, and how the discussions focused on the integration of the practices of scholars and librarians.
Thinkering
A museum at your fingertips? Some thoughts on 3D tours of museums

7 Juin 2018

rédigé par :
Fabio Spirinelli

A museum at your fingertips? Some thoughts on 3D tours of museums

More and more cultural institutions create virtual tours that allow visitors to explore the collections at home instead of actually visiting the institutions. In this blog post, I would like to provide some reflections on virtual tours, their usefulness and their limits.
Thinkering
Digitising the analogue

5 Juin 2018

rédigé par :
Eva Andersen, Sytze Van Herck

Digitising the analogue

Some time ago it suddenly hit us that it has been a while since we read an academic book or article in a physical format. This for the simple reason that we can retrace digital information much quicker — i.e. annotating a PDF, extracting highlighted text automatically with ZotFile or quickly looking up a specific word in a pdf document. A second realisation was that as PhD students in the field of digital history and hermeneutics these "small" digital aspects of a scholars life are almost never highlighted.
Data
Memorecord – a memory harvest

23 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Anita Lucchesi

Memorecord – a memory harvest

Memorecord is a digital public history project. This crowdsourcing experiment combines community participation and academic research to offer a new perspective on the history of migration in Luxembourg. The project makes use of new communication technologies to approach history in a collaborative way.
Thinkering
Senta que lá vem a história: #memorecord for a historiography closer to life

22 Mai 2018

rédigé par :
Anita Lucchesi

Senta que lá vem a história: #memorecord for a historiography closer to life

Can digital public history help us to reach a historiography that is closer to life?
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Data visualisation workshop

3 Avril 2018

Data visualisation workshop

Workshop about data visualisation organised jointly by the Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) and the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH).
Thinkering
Third edition of the winter school in digital history

8 Mars 2018

rédigé par :
Aurélia Lafontaine

Third edition of the winter school in digital history

From 19 to 23 February 2018, the C²DH welcomed students in the first year of their master’s degree in history for the third edition of the winter school in digital history. This year, the winter school focused on the creation of a digital archival collection from scratch.
Thinkering
Google Maps as a tool for researchers? The example of the debates on the national museum in Luxembourg

7 Mars 2018

rédigé par :
Fabio Spirinelli

Google Maps as a tool for researchers? The example of the debates on the national museum in Luxembourg

Some time ago, I was wondering whether I could use Google Maps as a tool for my research on the history of the National History and Art Museum in Luxembourg, to adopt a distant reading approach, with the aim to gain new insights. I did it and, in the following blog post, I look back at this small experience.
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#Memorecord: A memory Harvest! Learnings on crowdsourcing Digital Public History

14 Février 2018

#Memorecord: A memory Harvest! Learnings on crowdsourcing Digital Public History

Research seminar with Anita Lucchesi, C²DH PhD Student
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Digital bricolage: how to deal with 4 million tweets when you are not a data scientist

14 Février 2018

Digital bricolage: how to deal with 4 million tweets when you are not a data scientist

Research seminar with Frédéric Clavert, C²DH Senior Research Scientist
News
Out now: Interview with Andreas Fickers in Revista Z Cultural magazine

29 Janvier 2018

rédigé par :
Andreas Fickers

Out now: Interview with Andreas Fickers in Revista Z Cultural magazine

The director of the C²DH was being interviewed by Ricardo M. Pimenta for the Brazilian magazine on Digital Humanities "Revista Z Cultural".
News
Call for Papers for Issue #2 of the Journal of Historical Network Research

18 Janvier 2018

rédigé par :
Marten Düring

Call for Papers for Issue #2 of the Journal of Historical Network Research

We are inviting submissions of papers to be considered for publication in the second issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research, which will appear in the autumn of 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).
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Interview with Ian Grosvenor

23 Novembre 2017

rédigé par :
Benjamin Zenner

Interview with Ian Grosvenor

Ian Grosvenor is Professor of Urban Education History at the School of Education, University of Birmingham, and director of the Voices of War & Peace Centre.
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Expérimenter les Humanités numériques

30 Septembre 2017

rédigé par :
Frédéric Clavert

Expérimenter les Humanités numériques

Univers en perpétuelle expansion et au foisonnement chaotique, Internet offre un nombre incalculable d’outils, dont l’exploration paraît parfois hors de portée. Dans le paysage des sciences humaines, les blogs, les logiciels bibliographiques, les bases de données, les éditions en ligne et les wikis, tous ces objets qui éveillaient notre curiosité il y a une décennie, sont devenus aussi anodins qu’omniprésents. Mais comment bien s’en servir ?
Thinkering

26 Septembre 2017

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

Program now online: DHnord2017 - (De)constructing Digital History

The program for the 4th dhnord conference is now online. dhnord2017 is the fourth edition of the annual Digital Humanities conference organized by the Maison européenne des sciences de l'homme et de la société (MESHS). This year's edition is co-organized with the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH). The theme is: "(De)constructing Digital History". The conference will take place in November 27-29, 2017 in Lille, France. 
Thinkering
Digital approaches towards serial publications (18th–20th centuries)

15 Septembre 2017

rédigé par :
Eva Andersen

Digital approaches towards serial publications (18th–20th centuries)

In this post, I want to reflect on some of the presentations I was attending during the workshop organised by the Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities.
Thinkering
FCSH Digital Humanities Summer School: Research Methods & Problem-Solving

14 Septembre 2017

rédigé par :
Eva Andersen, Jakub Bronec

FCSH Digital Humanities Summer School: Research Methods & Problem-Solving

The aim of this summer school, organized by the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, was to provide answers to specific needs and challenges emerging from projects conducted by researchers working in the field of history, archeology and literature. The basic idea of the organizers was to render a collaborative and interdisciplinary environment with the motto “Tailored to what you need”.

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