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Getting started

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (23 août 2013)

Finally, I'm sitting down to write my first post here. I have to admit I'm a bit nervous and excited, but well...here it is! The blog to accompany my research project on the changes that history and memory cultures are undergoing due to the digital turn. This will be my public research scrapbook, my ...

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Vienna calling...reflections on my research stay part 1

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (10 mars 2014)

I am writing this piece from the library at the Department of History, University of Vienna. I am staying here for the whole of March in order to do some research and writing. Well, it was a somewhat absurd procedure that got me here: I applied for the scholarship last autumn. Humboldt University ...

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Blogging in English

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (23 août 2013)

I opted for English as my working language on this blog. Not being a native speaker, I am aware that my use of the English language might have some shortcomings. I recently discussed the issue with a colleague and we agreed that it is hard or even impossible to reach the same degree of precision and ...

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The digital challenge to historical research

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (3 sept. 2013)

I'm sitting on the train going home to Berlin. I spent the day in the city of Braunschweig, somewhere in the middle of Germany, attending the opening conference of a new working group which has been set up within the German Historical Association. The working group is called "Digitale ...

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history@the.net

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (22 août 2013)

The blog is connected to the post-doc research project of the same title conducted by Jan Hecker-Stampehl at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany. Blog and project focus on the impact the digital turn has on the representation and dissemination of historical knowledge on the world wide web. ...

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Breaking the silence...

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (10 mars 2014)

Phew, after a good start, I had to succumb to the weekly stress that teaching brings with it, especially when giving a full-fledged lecture in front of ca. 100 first-term students for the first time my struggle between maintaining the group blog I'm already running (NordicHistoryBlog) the pressure ...

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Reading historical sources in the digital age

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (26 août 2013)

Just a short note on a CfP which is close to its (prolonged!) deadline: Digital Humanities Luxembourg will be arranging a conference on Reading historical sources in the digital age in December this year. You've got time until 4 September to submit your proposal for a paper to be held.

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Back again...

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (9 oct. 2014)

Seems like an unforgivably long time in the blogosphere since I last posted something here. Reasons? I could name a few. Keeping up the first scholarly blog I started requires some effort, and that one hasn't been overtly active in the past few weeks... One of my recent thoughts was also: "Who the ...

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Acquiring the taste

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (2 sept. 2013)

I borrowed the title of this blog post from the title of the second album by the British 1970s progressive rock band Gentle Giant (which gives you a hint about my musical preferences, by the way!). Somehow the headline sprang to my head when I thought how I could describe the process I'm currently ...

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What is "digital history"? vol. 1

Hecker-Stampehl, Jan (26 août 2013)

Dealing with history and the web does make one think about what "digital history" actually is. I usually point to this term when explaining what my project is about. But the term is as vague as it could be. Looking to the context of digital humanities doesn't seem to help that much either. For that ...

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