Interdisciplinary Centre Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH)

Innovating history

Minett voices

The C²DH is committed to high-quality research and public dissemination in the field of contemporary history with a particular focus on digital methods and tools.

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    Gazengel – Ooooh Tropy!

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  • Like, share, care: history and digital social networks

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  • RemixExpo

    University launches new unique Master in Digital and Public History

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Upcoming events

  • Slow Memory talk with Stefan Krebs

    23 February 2024

    Minett Stories: Remembering the industrial past online. Slow Memory talk with Stefan Krebs.

  • Hands on History lecture series

    28 February 2024

    The map is not the territory – Perspectives on the Amazon Basin. Hands on History talk with 3D artist Laura Colmenares Guerra.

  • Dialogue pour la recherche de provenance: méthodes, sources et structures en Allemagne

    7 March 2024

    Dialogue pour la recherche de provenance: méthodes, sources et structures en Allemagne

  • Exploring Epistemic Virtues and Vices: Data, Infrastructures, and Episteme between Collaboration and Exploitation

    14-16 March 2024

    Exploring Epistemic Virtues and Vices: Data, Infrastructures, and Episteme between Collaboration and Exploitation

  • Research seminar

    20 March 2024

    Deindustrialisation and its Impact on Luxembourg’s Industrial Cities, 1970-1990

  • Ukrainian Studies Across the Borders

    26-27 March 2024

    Ukrainian Studies Across the Borders

Pioneers in digital history

Writing (digital) history

The interdisciplinary centre at a glance

The C²DH’s research activities are based around four thematic areas: contemporary history of Luxembourg, contemporary history of Europe, public history and digital historiography. The centre promotes an interdisciplinary approach with a particular focus on new digital methods and tools for historical research and teaching.

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