Doctoral Training Unit “Digital History & Hermeneutics”

Collecting, analysing and visualising documents in the political domain

Update: We are happy to finally be able to catch up with Dr Tonelli's talk online that was originally scheduled…

AntConc, historians and their diverging research methods

Do historians use digital tools in the same way? This question will be central in this blog. As historians of…

Rediscovering Pompeii digitally

Pompeian wall paintings as a source of inspiration for neo-classical domestic interior decorations; a digital approach to art history. The archaeological site of Pompeii provides…

To digitise or not to digitise, that is the question

In the last decade, the use of ‘all things digital’ has taken flight in historical studies, supporting new research with digital tools and platforms. But…

Is the current Jewish population losing its cohesion and identity due to the Second World War?

This research examines differences in identity formation among generations of Czech, Slovak, French and Luxembourgish Jews who grew up either under communism or in liberal…