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1 January 2021

written by :
Werner Tschacher, Stefan Krebs

Wüllner, Adolf

Thinkering
Timecode Indexing Module: creating multimedia access to oral history

14 October 2020

written by :
Douglas Lambert

Timecode Indexing Module: creating multimedia access to oral history

This is a preview of the Timecode Indexing Module (TIM) for the attendees of the 2020 Oral History Association Annual Meeting.
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REPAIR - a project presentation

14 October 2020

REPAIR - a project presentation

Research seminar with Stefan Krebs, Rebecca Mossop, Thomas Hoppenheit
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Remixing History in a Mobile App

14 October 2020

Remixing History in a Mobile App

Research seminar with Nicole Basaraba
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Hands on History logo

14 October 2020

American History Through Beer and Brewery

Hands on History session with Theresa McCulla (Smithsonian Museum) - online event.
Event
Hands on History logo

14 October 2020

Beyond 2022

Hands on History session with Peter Crooks (Trinity College Dublin) - online event.
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Hands on History logo

14 October 2020

COVID19 International Memory Project and Digital Public History

Hands on History session with Mark Tebeau (Arizona State University) - online event.
Thinkering
covidmemory round table

30 September 2020

written by :
Tizian Zumthurm

The Gap and the Future: COVID-19 and (Digital) Collecting

On 15 September, the C²DH organised a round table discussion with various national players who are maintaining collections documenting how Luxembourg’s residents have experienced COVID-19.
News
CfP: Making History Together: Public Participation in Museums

30 September 2020

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

CfP: Making History Together: Public Participation in Museums

The international online symposium “Making History Together: Public Participation in Museums” will take place on 15 December 2020. It will bring together scholars, museum professionals and heritage practitioners to discuss how participatory history is constructed, developed, and implemented in museums.
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Russen im besetzten Luxemburg

22 September 2020

Russen im besetzten Luxemburg

Konferenz mit Dr. Inna Ganschow
Data

21 September 2020

written by :
Andreas Fickers, Tim Van Der Heijden

Inside the Trading Zone: Thinkering in a Digital History Lab

Data
Exposition virtuelle Post Luxembourg

18 September 2020

written by :
Aurélia Lafontaine, Andreas Fickers

Virtual exhibition '175 years of POST Luxembourg'

Virtual exhibition to celebrate the 175th anniversary of POST Luxembourg.
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100 Jahre Ostbelgien

18 September 2020

written by :
Andreas Fickers, Christoph Brüll, Philippe Beck, Vitus Sproten, Daniele Guido

Virtual exhibition 'East Belgium 1920-2020'

East Belgium 1920-2020 is a virtual exhibition about the History of the region Eupen-Malmedy-Sankt Vith since the change of nationality in 1920.
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Migrants russes au Luxembourbourg

15 September 2020

written by :
Inna Ganschow

Exposition: «Ressortissants d'un empire en miettes. Prisonniers de guerre, réfugiés, migrants originaires de la Russie des tsars au Luxembourg»

Le Centre de Documentation sur les Migrations humaines vous propose de découvrir cette exposition réalisée en coopération avec le C²DH avec le conseil scientifique de Inna Ganschow.
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100 Jahre Ostbelgien

14 September 2020

Online-Launch der virtuellen Ausstellung "Zeitschichten - Erkundungen eines Zwischenraums. Ostbelgien 1920-2020"

Ostbelgien 1920-2020 ist eine virtuelle Ausstellung über die Geschichte der Region Eupen-Malmedy-Sankt Vith seit dem Staatenwechsel von 1920. Das Projekt ist das Resultat einer Zusammenarbeit zwischen der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft Belgiens, dem Zentrum für Ostbelgische Geschichte und des C²DH.
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Covid masks

7 September 2020

Table ronde : les collections «Covid-19» au Luxembourg

Table ronde à suivre en ligne avec des institutions de recherche, la presse et les musées qui ont créé des collections ayant pour but de sauvegarder la mémoire de la pandémie au Luxembourg.
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temporary history lab

27 August 2020

Temporary History Lab: Become Part of History!

The C²DH is organising a temporary history lab on the Place de la Résistance in Esch-sur-Alzette. The lab will host a number of participatory events to explore the history and identity of the Minett: participants can take a picture of themselves and learn more about the exciting history of the selfie, record a text for a loved one with our sound postcards and learn about this forgotten history and technology, and experience a fascinating video installation with “Historical Voices from Esch”.
Event
DEMA demonstration: Kinora Viewer Replica

21 August 2020

DEMA demonstration: Kinora Viewer Replica

A hands-on demonstration of the Kinora Viewer Replica. This public online event shows the fruits of a recent successful collaboration between the C²DH and the Department of Engineering. Combining historical inquiry with a hands-on and technical approach - involving the latest 3D modelling and desktop manufacturing engineering techniques - a media historian and two engineers joined forces to produce a working replica of a very special object in the history of (early) cinema: the Kinora viewer.
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.

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