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Digitization is not research: Theories and practices in the Digital Humanities

Koller, Guido (15 juil. 2016)

L.I.S.A., the scientific platform of the Gerda Henkel Foundation, on July 14, 2016 published a report of the outcome of a symposium that was organised by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) and held in the Villa Vigoni in Menaggio at the beautiful Lake of Como, May 26 to 29, 2016. The Villa ...

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Digital History in Zurich and elsewhere

Koller, Guido (29 juil. 2014)

For a Workshop about Digital History held on May 13, 2014 at the University in Zurich, reports are now available, notably on HSozKult (in German). Here an English short cut of this report by Christina Rothen: Christina Rothen: Digital History, 13.05.2014 –14.05.2014 Zürich, in: H-Soz-Kult, ...

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Contemporary History in Digital Era: The Concerns of Kiran Klaus Patel

Koller, Guido (27 mars 2012)

Kiran Klaus Patel, Zeitgeschichte im Digitalen Zeitalter, in: Vierteljahreshefte für Zeitgeschichte, Heft 3, Juli 2011, Page 331ff. Review with respect to digital humanities Who is going to archive the text messages from German Chancellor Angela Merkel? The sources and their availability for the ...

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After Literature – Some Comments on the Current Boom in History

Koller, Guido (10 janv. 2014)

Sometimes memories throw long shadows into the future - as in the case of the commemoration of the First World War. Long before the anniversary of its inception in August 1914 the first books on the subject appeared in the stores. A very special one is the view of Philipp Blom on Europe from 1900 ...

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Deep Map

Koller, Guido (11 nov. 2013)

A deep map as for instance the Swiss Storymap anchors historical objects – letters, photos, reports etc. – in time and space, thus allowing us to obtain layers of views on our cultural heritage. Such a  universal humanities GIS (Trevor Harris) would base on a geospatial Web in which ...

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Foucault revisited for the Digital Humanities

Koller, Guido (10 mai 2012)

Michel Foucault, L'archéologie du savoir, Gallimard, 1969 Review with respect to digital humanities (avant la lettre) Also historians have succumbed to the temptations of structuralism. For quite some time now, they have not been working with events anymore, but with developments, including those ...

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Digital_Humanities: THE Book!

Koller, Guido (28 nov. 2012)

Anne Burdick, Johanna Drucker, Peter Lunenfeld, Todd Presner and Jeffrey Schnapp, Digital_Humanites, Cambridge 2012 A short cut and some remarks “Two decades ago, working with digital documents was the exception. Today it is the norm” – Anne Burdick and her co-authors write; and: “If the ...

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Digital History: Writing a book with the help of future readers

Koller, Guido (3 sept. 2015)

Shawn Graham, Ian Milligan and Scott Weingart jointly write a book on www.themacroscope.org: Exploring Big Historical Data: The Historian's Macroscope. It deals with the chances of digital tools for the humanities. And it asks about the consequences of the digital for understanding the past and ...

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Digital History delayed

Koller, Guido (1 juin 2016)

Digital History is a trend in Switzerland, too. But, its position is not yet a solid one. This becomes evident, if we check the program of the fourth edition of the Historical Days in Switzerland, June 9 to 11, 2016, in Lausanne. Only two panels explicitly discuss digital media and methods: Jan ...

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WikiLeaks: Documents, Journalism and History

Koller, Guido (3 mai 2012)

WikiLeaks und die Folgen, Die Hintergründe. Die Konsequenzen, Berlin 2011 Review with respect to Digital Humanities The scenario could be that of a spy novel: Hackers publish hundreds of thousands of secret and confidential documents of the US and other governments. Who is going to evaluate and ...

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