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14 March 2019

written by :
Dominique Santana

Making an Archive-Based Historical Web Documentary

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6 March 2019

History Types – Building block for a Theory of Public History?

Lectury by Thorsten Logge, Universität Hamburg
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5 March 2019

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Cultures of memory and practices of forgetting in the digital age

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28 February 2019

The MNHA at your fingertips. Challenges and possibilities of a museum’s 3D model

Hands-on History session with Gilles Zeimet, National Museum of History and Art (MNHA)
Forum Z
A Hands-On exploration through Luxembourg’s virtual and real landscapes of digital developments in Education, Research and Culture

1 February 2019

written by :
Juliane Tatarinov

A Hands-On exploration through Luxembourg’s virtual and real landscapes of digital developments in Education, Research and Culture

Who’s afraid of the Digital? This was the leading question of C²DH’s first Forum Z in 2019, organised by the Digital History Unit of the centre. Museum curators, schoolteachers, researchers and professional educators presented their projects in the House of Startups in Luxembourg City in the form of hands-on workstations followed by an round table discussing the merits of new digital projects with the audience in a casual atmosphere.
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Oral History Digital Indexing (OHDI): methods, approaches, and general theories

31 January 2019

Oral History Digital Indexing (OHDI): methods, approaches, and general theories

Research seminar with Douglas Lambert
Thinkering
 Workshop on Histories of Maintenance, Repair, Reuse and Disposal

24 January 2019

written by :
Douglas Lambert, Stefan Krebs

Workshop on Histories of Maintenance, Repair, Reuse and Disposal

This report summarises a C²DH-hosted workshop concerning some undervalued and overlooked aspects of technology.
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Mapping Urban History in the Digital Age

23 January 2019

Mapping Urban History in the Digital Age

Interdisciplinary workshop on digital urban history organised by the C²DH.
Thinkering
Experimental Media Archaeology featuring the Apple IIe

22 January 2019

written by :
Sytze Van Herck

Experimental Media Archaeology featuring the Apple IIe

During a research visit to the Media Archaeology Lab in Boulder (CO) participants experimented with the Apple IIe. They either played an educational game or wrote a letter on a computer from the 1980s.
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22 January 2019

Why use interactive digital storytelling in academia?

Lecture by Sandra Gaudenzi (University of Westminster, University College of London).
Thinkering
Using Digital Tools to Generate Subtitles for a Radio Play

21 January 2019

written by :
Stefan Krebs

Using Digital Tools to Generate Subtitles for a Radio Play

This entry briefly describes how we generated English subtitles (using digital tools) for the binaural radio play "Glanz und Elend der Kunstkopf-Stereophonie" we produced in 2017.
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18 January 2019

written by :
Julia Harnoncourt

Frauen in der Landwirtschaft im Amazonas: Eine Spurensuche

Event
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16 January 2019

Building a historical cookbook from digitized newspapers

Lecture by Melvin Wevers (KNAW Humanities Cluster, Amsterdam)
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1 January 2019

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Die Folgen des Wiener Kongresses für Westeuropa - eine Einleitung.

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1 January 2019

written by :
Julia Harnoncourt

Refugee flows inside Latin-America and racist political counteractions. Two case studies from Brazil and Costa Rica.

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1 January 2019

written by :
Karin Priem

Shifting Epistemologies for Discipline and Rigour in Educational Research: Challenges and Opportunities from Digital Humanities

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1 January 2019

written by :
Stefan Krebs

Überlegungen zur Experimentellen Medienarchäologie

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1 January 2019

written by :
Andreas Fickers

"Hybrid Histories": per una collocazione critica della storia dei media

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1 January 2019

written by :
Stefan Krebs

Producing a binaural radio play on the history of 3D sound recording

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1 January 2019

written by :
Viktoria Boretska

Johnny and Ivan learning in a programmed way: The reinvention of one American technology

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