Inside the Trading Zone: Thinkering in a Digital History Lab

Andreas Fickers, DTU-DHH project leader, and Tim van der Heijden, DTU- DHH Post-Doc researcher, recently published their co-written article entitled “Inside the Trading Zone: Thinkering in a Digital History Lab”. The article appeared in the Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ) journal as part of the Special Issue “Lab and Slack: Situated Research Practices in Digital Humanities”, … Continued

Creating and Visualizing Datasets to Interpret American Religious History

Guest Lecture in the frame of DTU-DHH Master Class “Digital History and Hermeneutics” 24 June 2020 | 14:00-15:00 | Online-Lecture and Discussion   Speaker: Lincoln Mullen, Department of History and Art History, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University Lincoln Mullen is a historian of American religion and the nineteenth-century United … Continued

Agent-based modelling with Netlogo

In this blog post I am going to give an overview of Netlogo, an agent-based modeling environment. The first part will consist of a very brief introduction to some elements of the Netlogo environment. This is not intended to be an extensive tutorial but rather a first glimpse into some of the basic features of … Continued

Towards reproducible science in the digital humanities

How to publish your data and code alongside your research with the help of Zenodo? Following the principles of reproducible science has recently become an increasingly important part of publishing research. The trend gained momentum as a result of the replication crisis in 2010s, that started after it was found that most of the published … Continued