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Mark Tebeau, First Public Historian in Residence at the C²DH

20 Septembre 2022

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Thomas Cauvin

Mark Tebeau, First Public Historian in Residence at the C²DH

Associate Professor of History and Senior Global Futures Scientist at Arizona State University (ASU) in the United States, Mark Tebeau is the first Public Historian in Residence at the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH).
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Multiple perspectives and narratives in museums: participatory methods in history production

12 Septembre 2022

Multiple perspectives and narratives in museums: participatory methods in history production

Research seminar with Camilla Portesani, doctoral researcher at the C²DH.
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Public history online symposium

30 Août 2022

rédigé par :
Thomas Cauvin

CfP: When publics co-produce history in museums: skills, methodologies and impact of participation

As part of a series of events on public participation in history museums, we now open the call to participate in the 2022 International Symposium. Organised by the Public History as new Citizen Science of the Past project, the symposium will take place on 7 December 2022 (fully online).
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HistorEsch exhibition

11 Août 2022

HistorESCH exhibition: Escher Geschichten a 25 Objeten erzielt

Histories of Esch told in 25 Objects.
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HistorEsch à la Nuit de la Culture - Contraste

5 Juillet 2022

HistorEsch à la Nuit de la Culture - Contraste

Venez recontrer notre équipe d'HistorEsch à la prochaine Nuit de la Culture à Esch-sur-Alzette.
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How to write a new and attractive History of Belgium 2.0 or 3.0?

29 Juin 2022

How to write a new and attractive History of Belgium 2.0 or 3.0?

Research seminar with Geneviève Warland.
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Public History. A Textbook of Practice by Thomas Cauvin

31 Mai 2022

Online Book Launch: Public History: A Textbook of Practice (second edition, 2022)

Join us for the official online launch of the second edition of Public History: a Textbook of Practice (Routledge).
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History at play

30 Mai 2022

Reloading history through narrative games

Lecture by Claudia Molinari and Matteo Pozzi, We Are Müesli, Milan.
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Public History. A Textbook of Practice by Thomas Cauvin

19 Mai 2022

rédigé par :
Thomas Cauvin

The second edition of 'Public History. A Textbook of Practice' is out now!

The second edition of 'Public History: A Textbook of Practice' by Thomas Cauvin offers an updated guide to the many opportunities and challenges that public history practitioners can encounter in the field.
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Vernissage of the Minett Stories virtual exhibition

16 Mai 2022

Vernissage of the virtual exhibition 'Minett Stories'

The C²DH has the pleasure to invite you to the official launch of its new virtual exhibition "Minett Stories".
Thinkering
PARTICIPATORY HISTORY: Doing history together

4 Mai 2022

rédigé par :
Isabelle Voegeli

PARTICIPATORY HISTORY: Doing history together

Five years C²DH – Five ways of innovating and sharing history.
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Jason Steinhauer

27 Avril 2022

How Social Media has Changed History

Talk with author and public historian Jason Steinhauer.
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Handbook of Digital Public History

6 Avril 2022

rédigé par :
Gerben Zaagsma

New publication: Handbook of Digital Public History

Handbook edited by Serge Noiret, Mark Tebeau and Gerben Zaagsma, published by De Gruyter Oldenbourg.
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Nuit de la Culture - Brutalité

5 Avril 2022

HistorEsch at Nuit de la Culture - Brutalité

C²DH public historians will be hosting another public engagement event at the upcoming Nuit de la Culture in Belval.
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ArtistEsch inauguration fresque

31 Mars 2022

ArtistESCH: Deng Geschicht Op Denger Mauer | Ton Histoire Sur Ton Mur

Joint initiative with Portuguese artist Mariana Duarte Santos to create a new artwork in the district Lallange of the city Esch-sur-Alzette. | Zesummenaarbecht mat der portugisescher Kënschtlerin Mariana Duarte Santos fir ee neit Konschtwierk am Lallenger Quartier zu Esch ze kreéieren.
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Mark Tebeau

28 Mars 2022

rédigé par :
Thomas Cauvin

2022 C²DH Visiting Public History Research Fellow

The C²DH is proud and happy to announce that Prof. Mark Tebeau will join as visiting public history research fellow in 2022.
Thinkering
Recordings of the symposium 'Participation and Public Interpretations: How to Navigate Multiple Historical Narratives in Museums?'

14 Février 2022

rédigé par :
Thomas Cauvin

Recordings of the symposium 'Participation and Public Interpretations: How to Navigate Multiple Historical Narratives in Museums?'

During this international online symposium, scholars, museum and archives professionals, heritage and other public history practitioners discussed if and how multiple and sometimes conflicting historical narratives can coexist in museums.
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Public History Summer School 2022

17 Janvier 2022

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Thomas Cauvin

Public History Summer School

The Institute of History of the University of Wrocław, Poland, the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History at the University of Luxembourg (C²DH), Zajezdnia (Depot) History Centre, the International Federation for Public History, and the Commission for Public History of the Committee of Historical Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences invite students, PhD candidates and practitioners to participate in the fifth Public History Summer School to be held in hybrid format (on-site and on-line), 6–10 June 2022.
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The University of Luxembourg has become the Headquarters of the International Federation for Public History

11 Janvier 2022

rédigé par :
Thomas Cauvin

The University of Luxembourg has become the Headquarters of the International Federation for Public History

As of 1 January 2022, the University of Luxembourg has become the headquarters of the International Federation for Public History. This constitutes a new partnership to develop international research networks.
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Participation and Public Interpretations: How to Navigate Multiple Historical Narratives in Museums?

15 Novembre 2021

Participation and Public Interpretations: How to Navigate Multiple Historical Narratives in Museums?

This symposium will bring together scholars, museum and archives professionals, heritage and other public history practitioners to discuss if and how multiple and sometimes conflicting historical narratives can coexist in museums.

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