A special issue of the BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review on Digital History
Read online about the state of the art of Digital History in the Low Countries in the latest issue of BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review.
About the digitisation of analogue archives and its consequences for historians and the heritage sector
About working with big data in huge research projects as well as small-scale digital historical research
About the relationship between digital history and public history
About the question how historical awareness and history itself changes in the digital age
About the end of Humanities 1.0
BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review is the leading academic journal for the history of the Low Countries.
James Kennedy, From the Editors – Redactioneel
Gerben Zaagsma, On Digital History
Charles Jeurgens, The Scent of the Digital Archive: Dilemmas with Archive Digitisation
Joris van Eijnatten, Toine Pieters, Jaap Verheul, Big Data for Global History: The Transformative Promise of Digital Humanities
Hinke Piersma, Kees Ribbens, Digital Historical Research: Context, Concepts and the Need for Reflection
Chiel van den Akker, History as Dialogue: On Online Narrativity
Fien Danniau, Public History in a Digital Context: Back to the Future or Back to Basics?
Geert Janssen, Kaat Wils, ‘Het einde van de geesteswetenschappen 1.0’– ‘The End of the Humanities 1.0’
Inger Leemans, A Smell of Higher Honey: E-Humanities Perspectives
Andreas Fickers, Veins filled with the Diluted Sap of Rationality: A Critical Reply to Rens Bod
Marnix Beyen, A Higher Form of Hermeneutics?: The Digital Humanities in Political Historiography
Rens Bod, Who’s afraid of Patterns?: The Particular versus the Universal and the Meaning of Humanities 3.0
Book Reviews: see www.bmgn-lchr.nl