Contemporary history in the digital age: Methods and writings — DHLU symposium 2009 (Luxembourg, 16 October 2009) — Second panel

In this second panel for the second part of the symposium, chaired by Serge Noiret from the European University Institute, Tito Menzani from the University of Bologna discusses how the Internet can be used in the field of historiography, looking particularly at the historiography of the Italian cooperative movement. Alain Michel from the University of Evry-Val d’Essonne and Shadia Kilouchi from the French National Centre for the Digitization of Visual Sources (CN2SV) look at the cooperation between three institutions for a study on the Renault plant in Billancourt. Philippe Rygiel from the University of Paris I analyses the dissemination of historical knowledge in the Web 2.0 era. Finally, David Bodenhamer from Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis addresses the question of the spatialisation of history and its educational applications.

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Source: Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe, Château de Sanem, L-4992 Sanem (Luxembourg).
L'histoire contemporaine à l'ère digitale: Méthodes et écritures - Symposium DHLU 2009 (Luxembourg, 16 octobre 2009) - 2nd panel / prise de vue : Alexandre Germain.- Luxembourg: CVCE [Prod.], 16.10.2009. CVCE, Sanem. - VIDEO (01:31:53, Couleur, Son original).

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