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  • Call for abstracts "IASTE 2020 : Virtual Traditions" (deadline: October 18, 2019)

    IASTE 2020: VIRTUAL TRADITIONS : THE TRANSIENCE OF TRADITION IN CHANGING GEOGRAPHIES AND GLOBAL LANDSCAPES Website: IASTE 2020 18th Biennial Conference of the International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments (IASTE), September 3–6, 2020, Nottingham Trent University : Nottingham, U...

  • The formal language of propositional logic

    After briefly introducing Aristotle's syllogistics in the last blog post, I should now actually explain how it were received and elaborated in antiquity, the Middle Ages and into modern times. In particular, the work of Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646 to 1716), in which important approaches to moder...

  • 4th “Rails Young Researchers’ Day and History” — 24 June 2016 in Paris

    4th “Rails Young Researchers’ Day and History” Date: 24 June 2016 venue: Rail and History, 9, rue du Château-Landon, 75010 Paris For information: contact@ahicf.com access the site: click here Students and young researchers interested in rail transport and mobility in general, working with Rails and...

  • English News on the Cologne Archive Collapse

    Summary VI at Salon Jewish Studies (http://board-js.blogspot.com/2009/03/summary-cologne-archives-collapse-vi_13.html) (UPDATE: Unfortunately, the picture above marks the wrong church of which the steel tipped to one side in 2004. Please follow this link [google maps] to see the correct location of...

  • Call for communication: ‘From content to context: the book, a literary and cultural product "

    Congress of Humanities, University of Western Ontario, 31 May and 1 June 2005. From content to context: book, literary and cultural product The Canadian Association for the Study of Book Culture/Canadian Association for the Study of Book Culture launches a call for communications for the symposium i...

  • Online conferences

    The University of All Knowledge website (Odile Jacob Editions) offers several downloadable conferences (Real Audio); the ‘Art and Culture’ section includes communications (50 minutes) from Antoine Compagnon, Marc Augé, Roger Chartier and Gérard Genette. There are also several other interesting headi...

  • Keith Thomas: historian and happiness

    David Wootton, Professor at the University of York, reviews the latest work by Keith Thomas, The Ends of Life, for the London Times. Rounds to completion in early modern England (OUP). So, as always, I will prepare a summary. Born in 1933, Thomas was President of the Corpus Christi College in Oxford...

  • Diet for a low-carbon planet

    Diet for a low-carbon planet / Alan Miller, Development in a Changing Climate, World Bank blog, 5/05/2011 http://blogs.worldbank.org/climatechange/diet-low-carbon-planet Most of the proposed solutions to climate change such as substitution of fossil fuels require large investments, policies that are...

  • International workshop: Industrial clusters and competitiveness poles

    Transformation of local governance modes and evolution of public intervention systems in China — 22 and 23 March at ENS-Lyon, Room F104. At the end of an international research project funded by the Rhône-Alpes Region, a workshop will be held on 22 and 23 March 2012. Building on perspectives and pra...

  • Virgins, Wives, Mothers

    the blog is used to prepare and accompany the session “Young women, wives, mothers”. State personalities in early-new Europe’ (29-31 March 2016) at the German Historical Institute in Paris. It presented the participants and their planned presentations. In addition, participants, as well as those int...

  • Art Histories Research Travel Reports

    As fellows of the research program Art Histories and Aesthetic Practices at the Forum Transregionale Studien in Berlin, Wulandani Dirgantoro, Marton Orosz, and Sarada Natarajan conducted research in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, the United States, and the United Kingdom. The following contr...

  • Memories about the Napoleonic era

    The Gallica blog offers you to ‘discover the wealth of historical testimonies about the Napoleon I kingdom’... by Anecdotes on the courtyard and interior of the family of Napoléon Bonaparte in the memories of descent. Here!

  • The exclusion and repression of the Gypsies in Dordogne before, during and after the Second World War

    Philippe Poisson, former A.P. trainer, manager of the Criminocorpus carnet and corresponding member of Clamor After 15 months of sleep, Jacky Tronel reactivates his blog “Penitentiary History and Military Justice” with the publication of an article following the recent meeting of Christian Demonchy,...

  • La cátedra del entusiasmo. El maestro de Galdós y Clarín

    Hoy publicamos de forma extraordinaria este blog con motivo de la conferencia que mañana, martes 20 de noviembre de 2018, impartiremos dentro del marco de la Cátedra Emilio Alarcos Llorach, en el Aula Magna de la Universidad de Oviedo. Esta conferencia quiere ser, más allá del asunto a tratar, un ho...

  • Beautiful blogge: Report from the blog workshop in Berlin #hypobln

    Anne Baillot had invited Christof Schöch, Laurent Romary, Jan Hecker-Stampehl and me (as community manager of the Max Weber Foundation for de.hypotheses.org) as speakers to a workshop “Scientific bloggen” to the Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin. The workshop was supported by Centre Marc Bloch and DARIAH-...

  • Semester digital: Creative solutions sought

    Editorial note: A working group was set up at the Cologne Historical Institute on the occasion of the launch of the digital semester, which deals intensively with the topics of digital teaching. Thank you therefore to Alexander Goebbels for taking part in the nationwide online hackathon on digital h...

  • Dummie — Definition: Digital Humanities

    Eine Einführung in die digitalen Geisteswissenschaften (für Laien)   Umstritten, hochgelobt und weitestgehend unverstanden. Das SLUB TextLab hat sich die digitale Texterschließung und -analyse im Sinne der „Digital Humanities“ (DH) als einen Themenschwerpunkt auf die Fahne geschrieben. Dieser Beitra...

  • Somewhere else, part 77

    Some writings worth reading, this week, "Mathematical Truths Do Not Make Untrue Assumptions in Economics True" http://adamsmithslostlegacy.blogspot.fr/… via @adelaigue "Why are there so few people over 115 years of age?" http://rationaloptimist.com/blog/… "Academia's not-so-dirty secret" http://wort...

  • The artefacts approach, a new way of knowledge management for e-learning.

    this contribution aims to provide a conceptual framework for elearning, questioning the effects that the technique has on human activities rather than the changes induced by the technique itself. For example, the technique allows for more interactivity, more “comfortable” communication, but what do...

  • Inventory overview of Adels Archives in Westfalen in third edition

    http://www.siwiarchiv.de/2012/02/adelsarchive-in-westfalen/#more-356 PS: Anyone who expects the readable blog to be linked to Siegen in the narrow-shaded website of the district archive is deceived!

  • Autumn briefs

    Since I have done this blog, a question to me: how can I report on published works? In most cases, there is no availability to report, and I am reluctant to report on those who detain me because it is a terrible question: what to say about all others? My criteria are anything but reasonable: it is e...

  • 2017 Annual International Conference - Society of Architectural Historians - June 7-11 | Glasgow, Scotland

    2017 Annual International Conference - Society of Architectural Historians Date : June 7-11 Place : University of Strathclyde, Technology & Innovation Centre, Glasgow, Scotland Internet : click here Conference Program : click here Abstract : The Society of Architectural Historians will host its 70th...

  • Congratulations, Marvin Schreiber!

    The astrological medicine of the late babbylon era Marvin Schreiber, the subject of your thesis, is “Latin Babylon’s Astrological Medicine”. What did you want to find out? Marvin Schreiber: In particular, I have been interested in astrological medicine in the way in which two fields of knowledge — a...

  • Digital transformation, through artificial intelligence and data valorisation

    La massification des données ouvre la voie pour un nouveau domaine de compétitivité qui, à la fois, menace les entreprises et offre un potentiel d'innovation important. Cependant, les entreprises dont le cœur du métier n'est pas les NTICS doivent entamer des programmes de transformations profondes p...

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