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We think: Charles Leadbeater and the Digital Humanities

Koller, Guido (6 mars 2012)

Charles Leadbeater, We-think, Mass innovation, not mass production: The Power of Mass Creativity, London, 2009 (Updated Version) Review with respect to digital humanities Charles Leadbeater is an authority on creativity in organizations in the English-speaking world. In particular he worked on ...

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The Big Now

Koller, Guido (1 juin 2012)

Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Unsere breite Gegenwart, edition suhrkamp, 2010 Review with respect to digital humanities (presumably unexpected for H. U. Gumbrecht; see below) What does it mean for the writing of history, if documents with a simple click pop up on the screen, thus basically are always ...

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Local report

Koller, Guido (18 nov. 2016)

A edition project of the Swiss Literary Archives, the Cologne Center for eHumanities (CCeH) and the Swiss National Science Foundation Hermann Burger (1942-1989) wrote his first novel between 1970 and 1972. It remained unpublished until recently. The manuscript is kept in Swiss Literary Archives. The ...

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Deep Map

Koller, Guido (11 nov. 2013)

A deep map as for instance the Swiss Storymap anchors historical objects – letters, photos, reports etc. – in time and space, thus allowing us to obtain layers of views on our cultural heritage. Such a  universal humanities GIS (Trevor Harris) would base on a geospatial Web in which ...

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Foucault revisited for the Digital Humanities

Koller, Guido (10 mai 2012)

Michel Foucault, L'archéologie du savoir, Gallimard, 1969 Review with respect to digital humanities (avant la lettre) Also historians have succumbed to the temptations of structuralism. For quite some time now, they have not been working with events anymore, but with developments, including those ...

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Hybridity and Historiography – A Tricky Couple!

Koller, Guido (15 août 2016)

Things have power to act, Bruno Latour says. This French author alternates between natural science, social science and philosophy. For him, who founded the influential actor-network-theory (ANT), computer and their programs are hybrids between the linguistic and the real. In the language of ANT, he ...

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Twitter in the Humanities

Koller, Guido (21 août 2012)

Microblogging more and more is an issue in the Humanities, too. ResearchGate, for instance, allows the exchange of short information in research and science. But better known is Twitter. Mareike König from the DHI in Paris has published an interesting and detailed guide to the use of Twitter in ...

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Geschichte Digital - Historische Welten neu vermessen

Koller, Guido (21 avr. 2016)

Guido Koller, Geschichte Digital - Historische Welten neu vermessen, Stuttgart, 2016 Die digitale Kommunikation prägt inzwischen das Berufsbild der Historiker entscheidend. Heute ist Norm, was vor 20 Jahren noch Ausnahme war: Historische Welten werden digital vermessen und analog interpretiert. Wie ...

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Virtual History

Koller, Guido (26 janv. 2015)

2011, Penguin published a book with the promising title: „Virtual History“. There, Niall Ferguson presented 9 articles “towards a ‘chaotic’ theory of the past”. Exciting, the digital historian thinks, and begins to attack the introduction of almost 100 pages. Soon, he finds out that the ...

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The economics of writing (and publishing)

Koller, Guido (2 mai 2013)

Michel de Certeau, Kunst des Handelns, Berlin 1988 Review for the Digital Humanities The art of acting, L'Invention du quotidien - Arts de faire, respectively, as the book is originally called, has long been an insider tip. Its author, a french historian and Jesuit, working inter alia in the ...

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