Function and Meaning of Virtual Thematic Portals for Historiography and Public History

Ort
Munich
Veranstaltungsort
Maria-Theresia-Straße 21, Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies
Veranstalter
Thematic Portal »Germans and Jews in Eastern Europe–Aspects of a Historical Entanglement« coordinated by Dr. Alexis Hofmeister; in cooperation with the Bavarian State Library Munich and supported by the Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Datum
23.05.2019 - 24.05.2019
Von
Alexis Hofmeister

Themenportale zwischen Public History und Digital Humanities

Der Workshop dient dem Erfahrungsaustausch zwischen Public History und Digital Humanities am Beispiel fachbezogener Themenportale und will dafür Fachleute aus Bibliotheken, Geisteswissenschaft sowie dem IT-Bereich zusammenbringen. Das Themenportal „Deutsche und Juden im östlichen Europa – Aspekte einer historischen Verflechtung?“ stellt sich als eines der fachlichen Themenportale auf osmikon (Gemeinschaftsprojekt der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek, des Collegium Carolinum, des Herder-Instituts für historische Ostmitteleuropaforschung und des Leibniz- Instituts für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung) vor und kommt mit den eingeladenen Fachleuten ins Gespräch. Das Themenportal möchte darüber hinaus mehr über das Nutzungsverhalten von Themenportalen erfahren.

Thematic Web Portals between Public History and Digital Humanities

The workshop is interested to join the dialogue between the fields of public history and digital humanities. The focus will be on thematic web portals; professionals from libraries, humanities and information science are invited. The web portal “Germans and Jews in Eastern Europe – Aspects of a Historical Entanglement” introduces itself as one of the thematic web portals hosted at osmikon (a joint project of the Bavarian State Library, the Collegium Carolinum, the Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe and the Leibniz Institute for East and Southeast European Studies). The web portal wants to learn more about the practices of users of thematic web portals.

Programm

May 23rd, 2019

14.00 Opening
Dr. Gudrun Wirtz (Bavarian State Library, Munich)
Dr. Alexis Hofmeister (Basle University)

14.15–15.00 Key-Note-Lecture
Old Wine in Digital Bottles? Achievements and Challenges for Textual Oriented Humanities
Gerhard Lauer (Basle University)

15.30–17.30 Panel I
Mapping European History and Politics – a Transnational Endeavor

Wirtualny Sztetl / Virtual Shtetl - A portal dedicated to the heritage of Polish Jewry
Agata Korba (POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warsaw)

Key Documents of German-Jewish History (Digital Edition)
Sonja Dickow (Institute for the History of German Jews, Hamburg)

Bavarikon: Bavarian Treasuries of Culture and Knowledge
Stephan Kellner (Bavarian State Library, Munich)

17.30–19.30 Panel II
Virtual Thematic Portals as Part of Digital Humanities
Experiences, Chances, Challenges

Dos and Don’ts of Virtual Thematic Portals
Eckhart Arnold, Bavarian Academy of Sciences, Munich

Digital Humanities Virtual Laboratory: IT for All (DHVLab)
Julian Schulz (IT Group for the Humanities, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich)

The German Education Portal and the Portal for Research on History of Education: Beyond Digital Expert Information Services?
Christoph Schindler (DIPF, Leibniz Institute for Research and Information in Education, Frankfurt)

May 24th, 2019

9.30–11.30 Panel III
Project Management, Workflow and Sustainability of Virtual Thematic Portals

European History Online / Europäische Geschichte Online (EGO)
Joachim Berger (Leibniz Institute for European History, Mainz)

The Example of the Edition EurViews / Worldviews - The World in the Schoolbooks
Kerstin Schwedes (Georg Eckert Institute for International Research on School Books, Braunschweig)

11.30–13.30 Panel IV
What Do Users Expect of Virtual Thematic Portals? Studies, Approaches and Data

The New Portal „History and Cultural Heritage in Eastern Europe”
Stefan Lange und Felix Köther (Herder Institute for Historical Research on Eastern and Central Europe, Marburg)

An Analysis of the Information Demand: The Example of the Expert Information Service Kunst “arthistoricum.net”
Kerstin Albers (Mainz)

Lunch

14.30–15.30 Round-Table-Discussion
Developments and Usage Habits in the Field of Digital Humanities

Alexander Friedman (Saarland University)
Marcin Wodzinski (University of Wroclaw)
Enrico Natale (infoclio, Bern)

Kontakt

Alexis Hofmeister
Schellingstraße. 12
80799 München

alexis.hofmeister@unibas.ch

Zitation
Function and Meaning of Virtual Thematic Portals for Historiography and Public History, 23.05.2019 – 24.05.2019 Munich, in: H-Soz-Kult, 15.05.2019, <www.hsozkult.de/event/id/termine-40310>.
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