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26 April 2022

written by :
Christopher Morse

Impressions that last: representing the meaningful museum experience

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Handbook of Digital Public History

6 April 2022

written by :
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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Making connections: new ways of accessing cultural heritage online

5 April 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
Data

4 April 2022

written by :
Florentina Armaselu

Social Media: Snapshots in Public History

This chapter provides an overview of how social media foster the application of public history and communication with the public, and what types of institutions, projects, and communities are involved in the process.
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Deep Data Science of Digital History logo

31 March 2022

written by :
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.
Data

28 March 2022

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Unflattening European History through Transmedia Storytelling. The Making Europe Digital Comic Series

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DHd2023 Open humanities

11 March 2022

written by :
Estelle Bunout

DHd2023: „Open Humanities, Open Culture“

Die Universitäten Trier und Luxemburg sind Gastgeber der jährlichen Fachkonferenz für digitale Geisteswissenschaften im deutschsprachigen Raum.
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DH Benelux 2022 Belval

4 March 2022

DH Benelux 2022: RE-MIX. Creation and alteration in DH

The 8th DH Benelux Conference will take place on 1-3 June 2022 at the University of Luxembourg in a hybrid format.
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Out now: New issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research (Vol 6 No 1)

18 February 2022

written by :
Marten Düring

Out now: New issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research (Vol 6 No 1)

JHNR publishes outstanding and original contributions which apply the theories and methodologies of social network analysis to historical research, helps advance the epistemological and theoretical understanding of social network analysis in the historical, social and political sciences, and promotes empirical research on historical social interactions.
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On Not Knowing: Reasoning with Uncertainty in Digital Literary Studies

11 January 2022

On Not Knowing: Reasoning with Uncertainty in Digital Literary Studies

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

1 January 2022

written by :
Christopher Morse, Lars Wieneke, Blandine Landau

From #MuseumAtHome to #AtHomeAtTheMuseum: Digital Museums and Dialogical Engagement beyond the COVID-19 Pandemic

Data

1 January 2022

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Digitalität

Data

1 January 2022

written by :
Andreas Fickers

What the D does to history. Das digitale Zeitalter als neues historisches Zeitregime?

Data

1 January 2022

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Digital Hermeneutics: The Reflexive Turn in Digital Public History?

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Interdisciplinary Data Visualization

9 December 2021

Interdisciplinary Data Visualization

Research seminar with Aida Horaniet Ibanez.
Data

25 November 2021

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Wissenschaft heißt, Unsicherheit erzeugen, nicht Bekanntes zu reproduzieren… Ein Interview mit Andreas Fickers, Direktor des Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) in Luxemburg

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Journal of Digital History logo

13 October 2021

written by :
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.
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Mandelbrotset part

5 October 2021

written by :
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.
Data

4 October 2021

written by :
Gerben Zaagsma

Keynote lecture: Exploring Jewish History in the Digital Age

Data

1 October 2021

written by :
Andreas Fickers, Frédéric Clavert

On pyramids, prisms, and scalable reading

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