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1 April 2023

written by :
Sandra Camarda, Denis Scuto

Visual Narratives of the Great War in Luxembourg: One Hundred Years of History Manuals

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Faire équipe

24 March 2023

Faire équipe: quand historien-ne-s et auteur-e-s de bande dessinée travaillent ensemble

Cette journée d’études aura pour but d’examiner les modalités de collaboration actuelles entre historien.nes et auteur.es de bande dessinée en France
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Designing Historical Video Games: Attentat 1942, Svoboda 1945, and Beyond

9 March 2023

Designing Historical Video Games: Attentat 1942, Svoboda 1945, and Beyond

Lecture by Vít Šisler, Charles University | Charles Games, Prague (CZ)
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9 March 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

Public history and transmedia storytelling for conflicting narratives

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8 March 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

For a New International Public History

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Médias sociaux en politique

27 February 2023

Médias sociaux en politique

Le Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) et le Réseau Alumni de l’Université du Luxembourg ont le plaisir de vous inviter à la table ronde « Médias sociaux en politique ».
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CfP- Agonism: Conflicting Interpretations of the Past, Participation Practices, and Transforming Cultural Venues

22 February 2023

written by :
Violeta Tsenova

CfP- Agonism: Conflicting Interpretations of the Past, Participation Practices, and Transforming Cultural Venues

Conference on 7-8 December 2023 at the University of Luxembourg. Deadline: 21 April.
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13 February 2023

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Geschichtswissenschaft und digitale Hermeneutik. Epistemologische und methodologische Herausforderungen für die Geschichtswissenschaften im digitalen Zeitalter

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Professor Olwen Purdue

6 February 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

2023 C²DH Visiting Public History Research Fellow

The C²DH is proud and happy to announce that Prof. Olwen Purdue (Queen’s University Belfast) will join as visiting public history research fellow in March 2023.
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1 February 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

Explorers presenter

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1 February 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

Review: Public in Public History, edited by Joanna Wojdon and Dorota Wiśniewska

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The British Museum: the Etruscan Room, with visitors

31 January 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

CfP: Public History in European Historical Perspectives

Conference on 14-15 September 2023 at the University of Luxembourg, followed by a book publication. Deadline: 1 April.
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Unravelling twentieth century Swiss video game heritage: an interdisciplinary research

25 January 2023

Unravelling twentieth century Swiss video game heritage: an interdisciplinary research

Hands on History talk with Yannick Rochat, University of Lausanne.
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Hands on History - Archiving with the Apsáalooke

16 January 2023

Archiving with the Apsáalooke

Hands on History talk with Rebecca S. Wingo, Director of Public History at the University of Cincinnati.
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Exhibiting the Past. Public Histories of Education

11 January 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

Exhibiting the Past. Public Histories of Education

The first book of our series "Public History in European Perspectives", published by De Gruyter Oldenburg, is available in full open access.
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Escher Kaffi

10 January 2023

written by :
Laura Steil, Joella van Donkersgoed

Escher Kaffi: taking the pulse of the city

Escher Kaffi is an experimental public history project funded by the C²DH’s Thinkering Grant to study ordinary sociality in a (post)industrial city undergoing fast infrastructural, urbanistic, demographic, and cultural transformations.
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1 January 2023

written by :
Marco Gabellini, Victoria Mouton

Vidéo: Robert Schuman - De Clausen à l’Europe: Sur les traces d’un Européen convaincu

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1 January 2023

written by :
Thomas Cauvin

A Journey at the Center of Public History

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1 January 2023

written by :
Karin Priem

Book review; Garz, Jona Tomke: Zwischen Anstalt und Schule. Eine Wissensgeschichte der Erziehung »schwachsinniger« Kinder in Berlin, 1845-1914. Bielefeld: Transcript 2022. ISBN: 978-3-8376-5852-1; 250 S.

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1 January 2023

written by :
Andreas Fickers

Interview with Andreas Fickers (Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History)

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