Kategorie: Digitale Geisteswissenschaft

Call: History of Intellectual Culture

Charlotte A. Lerg, Johan Östling, and Jana Weiß are editing a new open-access publication called the History of Intellectual Culture: International Yearbook of Knowledge and Society (HIC), which will be published by De Gruyter Oldenbourg. The first issue is planned for the spring/summer of 2022, and they are seeking contributions in the history of knowledge. … Continue reading Call: History of Intellectual Culture

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Where is the Migration Innovation? The Habsburg State vs. Facilitators of Migration

Migration strategies and state regulative measures exist in a dialectical relationship. The author looks at state efforts to control emigration from the Habsburg monarchy and the efforts of migration facilitators to satisfy demand for passage to South America.

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Learning by the Book: Manuals and Handbooks in the History of Science

How do practitioners—of any form of specialized knowledge—learn technical skills, and how do they find knowledge deemed solid and secure? Clearly, much training occurs within formal situations such as schools and laboratories. Classrooms and their textbooks have attracted due attention from historians, with a focus in the last decade or so on how teachers convey … Continue reading Learning by the Book: Manuals and Handbooks in the History of Science

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Interview with Sebastian Bondzio

By Alexa Lässig Recently we sat down with Sebastian Bondzio, the 2021 Gerda Henkel Stiftung Digital History Fellow at the German Historical Institute in Washington and the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. Dr. Bondzio is a historian affiliated with the Chair for Modern History and Historical Migration Research at Osnabrück University. His research fields include digital history with a focus on “historical big data” and digital methodologies; he also has interests in the genealogy of cultures, migration history, and the history … Continue reading Interview with Sebastian Bondzio

Call for Tweets: Teilnehmende für Twitter-Superexperiment “Bibliotheken und Covid-19” gesucht #twitter101dh

Wir suchen Teilnehmer*innen für unser gemeinsames Twitter-Experiment im Rahmen der vDHd2021!  Twitterdaten sind ein interessantes Analyseobjekt für die Digital-Humanities-Community, um das Kommunikationsverhalten von Individuen, Institutionen und Netzwerke zu analysieren. Sie stellen die Enthousiast:innen jedoch…

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