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Data

24 November 2024

written by :
Marten Düring

impresso Text Reuse at Scale. A Prototype Interface for the Exploration of Text Reuse Data in Semantically Enriched Historical Newspapers

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Call for papers

21 May 2024

written by :
Marten Düring

CfP - Transmedia History: Circulations, Reconfigurations and New Methodologies

How can “transmedia” history be put into practice from both theoretical and empirical perspectives? The international conference “Transmedia History”—organised by the Impresso project and the University of Lausanne’s History Department—will gather scholars from various backgrounds around this question to exchange views on new prospects opened by digitisation and digital tools to carry out transmedia research.
Data

26 April 2024

written by :
Frédéric Clavert

Archiving Social Media in an Age of APIcalypse

Event
Data Histories and Museum Collections

22 April 2024

Data Histories and Museum Collections

Lecture by Dr. Inna Kizhner, C²DH visiting fellow in March-April 2024.
Data

18 April 2024

written by :
Andreas Fickers

„Digitale Geschichtswissenschaft - quo vadis?“

Data

8 April 2024

written by :
Aida Horaniet Ibanez

The Luxembourg Time Machine: An interdisciplinary exploration into the visualization of complex data from the past

Data

1 April 2024

written by :
Kaarel Sikk

Framing settlement systems as spatial adaptive systems

Data

1 April 2024

written by :
Andrew Pfannkuche

Revolutionary Ideas for Counterrevolutionary Times: The Life and Works of Arno J. Mayer

Thinkering
Decoding Fairground Newspapers: Analysing History with Large Language Models

20 March 2024

written by :
Véronique Faber, Lars Wieneke

Decoding Fairground Newspapers: Analysing History with Large Language Models

Can large language models (LLMs) and artificial intelligence (AI) unlock the secrets hidden within historical documents, such as showpeople periodicals? This question propelled researchers from the universities of Antwerp, Luxembourg, and Marburg to explore the potential of LLM/AI in a one-day workshop.
Data

20 March 2024

written by :
Eva Andersen, Lars Wieneke, Véronique Faber

Decoding Fairground Newspapers: Analysing History with Large Language Models

Event
The Value of the Digital. #DHJewish Conference and Hackathon

18 March 2024

The Value of the Digital. #DHJewish Conference and Hackathon

The second DHJewish conference and hackathon will take place on 10-12 April 2024 in Potsdam. The event is organised by the Moses Mendelssohn Center for European-Jewish Studies together with the C²DH. The hackathon is co-organised with the Network Digital Humanities at the University of Potsdam.
Event
Historical Arguments and the Digital

29 February 2024

Historical Arguments and the Digital

International conference demonstrating the argumentative practices of Digital History and the broader historical profession, employing any form of methodology or tool under the umbrella of ‘digital history’ examining any historical period across the globe to present findings and arguments engaging with and contributing to historical narratives.
Event
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26 February 2024

Are AI and LLM important for historians?

Hands on History talk with Philippe Rygiel, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon.
Data

9 February 2024

written by :
Sean Takats, Luca Federico Cerra

Two Historians' Relationship with Sources in the Digital Age

Data

1 February 2024

written by :
Gerben Zaagsma

Between Online and Offline: Doing Archival Research in the Digital Age

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

24 January 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.
Event
Perspectives on the Amazon Basin - Laura Colmenares Guerra

23 January 2024

The map is not the territory - Perspectives on the Amazon Basin

Hands on History talk with 3D artist Laura Colmenares Guerra.
Event
Technology Eats History: Time and Techno-metabolism in the Anthropocene

16 January 2024

Technology Eats History: Time and Techno-metabolism in the Anthropocene

Lecture by Paul N. Edwards, Director of the Program on Science, Technology & Society at Stanford University.
Data

16 January 2024

written by :
Frédéric Clavert

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Data

10 January 2024

written by :
Gerben Zaagsma

Expert interview - future scenarios for digital cultural heritage infrastructure

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