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Exploring Epistemic Virtues and Vices: Data, Infrastructures, and Episteme between Collaboration and Exploitation

24 Janvier 2024

Exploring Epistemic Virtues and Vices: Data, Infrastructures, and Episteme between Collaboration and Exploitation

The C²DH is hosting the Sixth Conference on Digital Humanities and Digital History from 14 to 16 March 2024.
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Rue du Brill 1922-2022 : visualisation des archives historiques pour les citoyens / Visualisierung des Historischen Archivs für die Bürger

14 Novembre 2023

Rue du Brill 1922-2022 : visualisation des archives historiques pour les citoyens / Visualisierung des Historischen Archivs für die Bürger

Vorlesung im Rahmen der "20 years of ideas!" der Universität Luxemburg.
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Hands on History logo

7 Novembre 2023

Using Data Science Methods to Explore the History, and Future, of State Secrecy

Hands on History lecture with Matthew Connelly, Columbia University/University of Cambridge.
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A sociology of the covid memory boom. The French case study

18 Septembre 2023

A sociology of the covid memory boom. The French case study

Hands on History talk with Sarah Gensburger (SciencesPo, Paris).
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From analogue forms to digital maps: digitisation pipeline of the Dudelange archives

14 Septembre 2023

From analogue forms to digital maps: digitisation pipeline of the Dudelange archives

Research seminar with Estelle Bunout.
News
CfP - Data Science and History: Practicing and Theorizing Data-Driven Inquiries into the Past

4 Mai 2023

rédigé par :
Gabor Mihaly Toth, Marten Düring, Caitlin Burge

CfP - Data Science and History: Practicing and Theorizing Data-Driven Inquiries into the Past

Selected papers will be submitted to the Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ) as a special issue. Deadline: 15 July.
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Is artificial intelligence the future of collective memory? Bridging AI scholarship and Memory Studies

14 Avril 2023

rédigé par :
Frédéric Clavert

Is artificial intelligence the future of collective memory? Bridging AI scholarship and Memory Studies

Call for papers for the second volume of the Memory Studies Review (Brill publishing), 2024. Abstracts submission deadline 15 May 2023.
Thinkering
Thinkering

23 Mars 2023

rédigé par :
Aida Horaniet Ibanez, Daniel Richter, Joella van Donkersgoed

From The Historical Archive To The Citizens: Visualizing Census Data From Brill Street in 1922

This Thinkering project draws upon Daniel Richter’s knowledge about the local history of Esch-sur-Alzette, Aida Horaniet Ibanez’s expertise in data visualization, and Joëlla van Donkersgoed’s experience in public engagement.
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Crowdsourcing in Living with Machines: crowdsourcing for engagement meets data science research

19 Décembre 2022

Crowdsourcing in Living with Machines: crowdsourcing for engagement meets data science research

Hands on History talk with Dr Mia Ridge, the British Library’s Digital Curator for Western Heritage Collections.
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Mia Ridge

15 Novembre 2022

Citizen Science as Public History?

Keynote speech by Dr Mia Ridge, the British Library’s Digital Curator for Western Heritage Collections.
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55th CIDOC-CRM and 48th FRBR joint meeting

15 Novembre 2022

55th CIDOC-CRM and 48th FRBR joint meeting

Meeting (14 sessions, 1 hands-on workshop and 1 conference) about the two standards for information integration in the fields of Cultural Heritage and Libraries.
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The sound of data

9 Novembre 2022

THE SOUND OF DATA – Science meets Music

Do you want to hear what scientific data sounds like? Eager to discover the fascinating links between science and music? Then Rockhal on Saturday, December 3rd, is the place to be for the final event of the Esch2022 project “The Sound of Data – Science meets Music”.
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Making connections: new ways of accessing cultural heritage online

5 Avril 2022

Making connections: new ways of accessing cultural heritage online

Hands on History talk with Prof. Jane Winters, School of Advanced Study, University of London
News
Deep Data Science of Digital History logo

31 Mars 2022

rédigé par :
Andreas Fickers

D4H: Data Science meets Digital History

“Deep Data Science of Digital History” (D4H) is a new Doctoral Training Unit funded through the FNR’s PRIDE programme, that will launch in autumn 2022.
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On Not Knowing: Reasoning with Uncertainty in Digital Literary Studies

11 Janvier 2022

On Not Knowing: Reasoning with Uncertainty in Digital Literary Studies

Hands on History lecture with Hoyt Long, University of Chicago.
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Interdisciplinary Data Visualization

9 Décembre 2021

Interdisciplinary Data Visualization

Research seminar with Aida Horaniet Ibanez.
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Hands on History with Christopher Green

10 Novembre 2021

Producing & Interpreting Networks of Journal Articles in Psychology, 1887-1902

Hands on History session with Prof. Dr. Christopher Green, professor of psychology at York University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
News
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.
News
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.
Thinkering
Fiche d'arrivée d'immigrants à Dudelange

13 Juillet 2021

rédigé par :
Arnaud Sauer, Machteld Venken

Atouts et faiblesses de Nodegoat dans le traitement et l'analyse des trajectoires migratoires des étrangers au Luxembourg et en France

Traitement et analyse des déclarations d’arrivée des étrangers au Luxembourg à travers les archives de la commune de Dudelange, par le biais de l’utilisation de l’outil de l’interprétation et visualisation des données Nodegoat.

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