samedi 25 mai 2013

Appel à contribution : Quelles lectures des sources à l’ère numérique ?

After the inaugural DHLU Symposium in 2009 that focused on "Contemporary history in the digital age" and a second edition which tackled the methodological and theoretical implications of considering websites as primary sources (March 2012), this third edition will focus on the use of online thematic research corpora. Given that more and more sources for contemporary history are being made available online as digital research corpora — as on the CVCE’s site — and following on from the first two editions which examined the methods used to develop these sources, this third edition of Digital Humanities Luxembourg will focus on the various ways in which this material is used by humanities researchers, particularly contemporary historians and more specifically specialists in European integration. (suite)

Submission guidelines

We welcome papers focusing on digital humanities and social sciences from researchers and scholars at all stages of their careers.
Papers examining cases related to European integration studies (EIS) are especially encouraged.
Abstracts (max. 500 words), submitted together with a short CV (max. 250 words) and a list of publications, can be written in English or French and should be sent to the following contact email address, which can also be used for any enquiries: frederic [point] clavert [at] cvce [point] eu
The authors of the selected proposals will be invited to present their contributions in French or English at the DHLU Symposium 2013, to be held in Luxembourg, and their papers will be published in the Symposium proceedings (only English versions of the revised full papers will be accepted for publication).
Participation costs will be covered up to a set limit.

Deadline for proposals: 20 August 2013

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