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.

Latest news

  • Gazengel

    Dive into the (revisited) world of Gazengel for a third season!

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  • Call for papers

    CfP – Historical Arguments and the Digital

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  • Stefan Krebs receives Dibner Award

    Minett Stories wins Dibner Award

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Upcoming events

  • 29 November 2023

    Using Data Science Methods to Explore the History, and Future, of State Secrecy

  • Déifferdang Cité du Fer © Fred Bisenius

    30 Nov – 1 Dec 2023

    Workshop ‘Confronting Decline: Challenges of Deindustrialisation in Western Societies Since the 1970s

  • Photo by Liza Rusalskaya on Unsplash

    7-8 December 2023

    Join us online for this international conference on the theoretical and practical engagement with divergent interpretations of the past and their resonances across the cultural sector.

  • Sophia Labadi

    13 December 2023

    Colonial statues in postcolonial Africa, a multidimensional approach

  • Joella van Donkersgoed and Laura Steil

    10 January 2024

    “Volleksgeschicht” zu Lëtzebuerg: sënnvoll Verbindunge mat Leit maachen

  • Daniel Richter Aida Horaniet Joella van Donkersgoed

    4 February 2024

    Rue du Brill 1922-2022 : visualisation des archives historiques pour les citoyens / Visualisierung des Historischen Archivs für die Bürger

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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