The HIVI Project is on Zotero

Zotero public library of the HIVI project is under construction but already available here : https://www.zotero.org/groups/3642703/hivi/library (Some references are retrieved from Europresse database and won’t be directly accessible online).

Memetic cultures and museums

Arran John Rees, “Collecting Online Memetic Cultures: how tho“, Museum & Society, vol. 19, n°2, 2021, pp. 199-219. Abstract: Using insights gained from reflexive dyadic interviews undertaken as part of ongoing action research, this article positions memes as new and emerging objects of digital cultural heritage and begins to work through the implications of collecting … Continued

The 4th RESAW Conference dive deep into Mainstream vs. Marginal Content in Web History and Web Archives

The Luxembourg Center for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) at the University of Luxembourg organised the 4th RESAW Conference online. With the support of the FNR (Luxembourg National Research Fund; RESCOM/2020/15002969) the conference took place on June 17-18 , 2021. The main topic was related to “Mainstream vs. Marginal Content in Web History and Web Archives”. The Conference … Continued

International Round Table: “Different Cultures in Digital History”

International Round Table and Digital History Projects Jam session organised online by the C²DH (University of Luxembourg) and the Center for Digital Humanities (Perm State University, Russia). International Round Table: “Different Cultures in Digital History” The video of the roundtable is now available online ! 8 June 2021 at 2.30pm (CEST), online The aim of … Continued

Twitter and web archiving

Valérie Schafer, Gérome Truc, Romain Badouard, Lucien Castex and Francesca Musiani, “Paris and Nice terrorist attacks: Exploring Twitter and web archives”, Media, War & Conflict, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1177/1750635219839382 Abstract: The attacks suffered by France in January and November 2015, and then in the course of 2016, especially the Nice attack, provoked intense online activity both during … Continued

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© Université du Luxembourg 2021. All rights reserved

© Université du Luxembourg 2021. All rights reserved

© Université du Luxembourg 2021. All rights reserved