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operas workshop

23 July 2020

Knowledge infrastructures and digital governance. History, challenges, practices

This online workshop organized by the OPERAS (a European research infrastructure for the development of open scholarly communication in the social sciences and humanities) community aims at revisiting digital knowledge infrastructures from an organisational and governance perspective, through their history, their stakes and achievements, as well as their challenges and obstacles.
Thinkering
Images of invisible traces: documenting and re-enacting an 18th century experiment

16 July 2020

written by :
Tim van der Heijden, Aleksander Kolkowski, Stefan Krebs, Andreas Fickers

Images of invisible traces: documenting and re-enacting an 18th century experiment

On 17-18 December 2019, the first workshop of the DEMA project - Doing Experimental Media Archaeology: Practice & Theory - project took place at the C²DH. For this workshop, specialists from the fields of media history, art history and the history of science were invited to share best practices and experiences in documenting hands-on and experimental research.
Thinkering
#LuxLife: Reflections on The Recurated Museum

2 July 2020

written by :
Sytze Van Herck, Christopher Morse

#LuxLife: Reflections on The Recurated Museum

During the summer semester we co-taught a course called The Recurated Museum, which explored the evolving role of museums in digital spaces. After the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic mid-semester and the subsequent explosion of movements like #MuseumAtHome and #CultureChezNous, we directly confronted many of the ideas we featured in class in a way that we could not have previously imagined.
Data

1 July 2020

written by :
Maria Biryukov, Lars Wieneke, Eva Andersen

Topics, buckets, and psychiatry. On the collective creation of a corpus exploration tool

Data

29 June 2020

written by :
Andreas Fickers, Aurélia Lafontaine

175 Joer POST

Event
RESAW Luxembourg

26 June 2020

Mainstream vs. marginal content in Web history and Web archives

4th RESAW remote conference, hosted by the C²DH.
Data

24 June 2020

written by :
Thomas Durlacher

How do we use digital methods in the research process? Philosophical perspectives on topic modelling, network analysis and computer-based representations.

Thinkering
Cassette tape recorder

18 June 2020

written by :
Douglas Lambert

Solving the Shoebox Syndrome: “Digital” Oral History Content Management

This workshop centred on digital methods for working with oral history and provided a survey of emerging practices for better discoverability within and across oral history collections. It facilitated sharing of approaches for oral history work at multiple stages, for collections published for posterity and for ongoing research projects.
Event
Lincoln Mullen

18 June 2020

Creating and Visualizing Datasets to Interpret American Religious History

Guest lecture by Lincoln Mullen (Department of History and Art History, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University) in the framework of the DTU-DHH Master Class “Digital History and Hermeneutics”.
Event
16th History of European Integration Research Society (HEIRS) Conference - online

18 June 2020

16th History of European Integration Research Society (HEIRS) Conference - online

Capturing Europe in Digital Sources: New Approaches for European Integration History?
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Does Blogging Make You a Better Academic? Writing Practices in Scholarly Blogs in the Humanities

12 June 2020

Does Blogging Make You a Better Academic? Writing Practices in Scholarly Blogs in the Humanities

Guest lecture by Dr. Mareike König (German Historical Institute Paris) in the framework of the DTU-DHH Master Class “Digital History and Hermeneutics”.
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Three keynotes on historical networks: Dynamics, Letters, and Concepts across space and time

10 June 2020

Three keynotes on historical networks: Dynamics, Letters, and Concepts across space and time

After much consideration and in light of the developing situation concerning Covid-19, we had to decide that the HNR conference in Luxembourg will no longer take place on 16-19 June 2020, but has been rescheduled to summer 2021. The exact date for the conference will be announced as soon as possible. Keynotes will however be streamed on 19 June 2020.
Forum Z
Forum Z online Reading yesterday's news in the digital age

10 June 2020

written by :
Marten Düring, Estelle Bunout

Forum Z goes online - digitised newspapers edition!

What better place to share the opportunities inherent in the digitisation of newspapers collections than an online event?
Data

8 June 2020

written by :
Thomas Durlacher

Agent-based modelling with Netlogo

Data

31 May 2020

written by :
Gerben Zaagsma

Het Dagboek van Anne Frank en andere Joodse Egodocumenten

Event
Cassette tape recorder

25 May 2020

Workshop on Digital Oral History Content Management

Solving the Shoebox Syndrome: “Digital” Oral History Content Management. Online workshop with Douglas Lambert.
Event
Mining ethnicity: Discourse-driven topic modelling (DDTM) of immigrant discourses in the United States, 1898-1920

14 May 2020

Mining ethnicity: Discourse-driven topic modelling (DDTM) of immigrant discourses in the United States, 1898-1920

DTU-Seminar conducted by Lorella Viola.
Data
Lecture by Julianne Nyhan "New findings and new questions about the origins of Digital Humanities". Recording and interview.

12 May 2020

written by :
Noëlle Schon

Lecture by Julianne Nyhan "New findings and new questions about the origins of Digital Humanities". Recording and interview.

Lecture "New findings and new questions about the origins of Digital Humanities: on the state of the art of histories of the Index Thomisticus project of Fr Roberto Busa S.J." by Dr. Julianne Nyhan, UCL (London), and exclusive interview for the C²DH’s ‘New Horizons’ lecture series.
Data

1 May 2020

written by :
Demival Vasques

Transitivity and degree assortativity explained: The bipartite structure of social networks.

Data

14 April 2020

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Mehr Mut zum Experimentieren. Digitale Lehre - Interview mit Andreas Fickers

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