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The Digital Past of a City. Open Jerusalem at “(De)Constructing Digital History”

Benjamin Suc (Limonade&Co), Maria Chiara Rioli (UPEM/Open Jerusalem) and Louise Corvasier (UPEM/Open Jerusalem) are among the speakers at the fourth edition of the annual Digital Humanities conference organized by the Maison européenne des sciences de l’homme et de la société (MESHS). This year’s edition is co-organized with the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) of the University of Luxembourg. The theme is: “(De)constructing Digital History“. The conference will take place in November 27-29, 2017 in Lille, France.

The paper presentation will be devoted to “Le passé numérique d’une ville. Enjeux et potentialités de digital history à travers le projet Open Jerusalem“.

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Open Jerusalem at the Labex Week Futurs Urbains

During the ‘Labex-Week 2017 Futurs Urbains’  (11-15 September 2017, Cité Descartes, Champs-sur-Marne), on Thursday 14 September Vincent Lemire (ACP, ERC OpenJerusalem director) will speak during the panel on ‘Usages de l’histoire et devenirs urbains’ [‘Uses of urban history and developments’] about ‘Décrire ou numériser les archives de la citadinité? Réflexions épistémologiques sur le projet ERC Open-Jerusalem’ [Describing or digitizing ‘citadinité’ archives? Epistemological Reflections on the ERC project Open Jerusalem]

June 25 – 26, 2015, International Conference: Archiving a City. The Future of Jerusalem Past

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June 25, 2015
Archives Nationales

18:00 Keynote Speech by Dr Önder Bayır
Director of the Ottoman Archives, Istanbul

«The Ottoman Imperial Archives:
A Key Place for the Study of Jerusalem History»

19:00 Cocktail

11 rue des Quatre Fils 75003 – Salle d’Albâtre


June 26, 2015
Opening Jerusalem’s Archives and Digital Histories
Interconnecting Methods, Tools and Practices

Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée
Laboratoire ACP – EA 3350
Bâtiment Bois de l’étang – Salle 6
Cité Descartes (RER A / Noisy-Champs)

9:30 Vincent Lemire (UPEM): Open Jerusalem Project: A Transnational, Bottom-Up and Collaborative Experience

10:00 Elisa Grandi (Université Paris VII): Digital History. Concepts, Methods and Historiographical Debates

10:30 Pierre Yves Saunier (Université Laval): Writing Open Jerusalem: The www Option

11:00 coffee break

11:15 Francesca Morselli (Cendari): CENDARI. Methodologies of the Collaborative European Archival Infrastructure for the Study of WW1 and Medieval Culture

11:45 Maria Chiara Rioli (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa): Open Jerusalem: A Project of Digital Public History?

12:15 – 13: discussion

13:00 – 14:30 lunch break

14:30 Andrea Violante (NiEW): User Experience Design and User Centered Design Methodologies to Drive a Digital Project Within and Beyond the Margins of the Screen

14:45 Stéphane Ancel (Open Jerusalem) / Yann Potin (Archives Nationales): Imperial Ottoman Archives and Open Jerusalem Project: How to Deal with 19600 documents?

15:00 Angelos Dalachanis (Princeton University): Zotero in Jerusalem: Creating an Open Bibliographic Database

15:15 Luca Martinelli (Wikimedia Italy): Information in the Digital Commons: How to Make Knowledge Really Open

15:45 Chiara Scesa (NiEW): Pervasive Information Architecture for Historical Ecosystems. Designing Cross-Channel User Experiences to Move from the Digital to the Physical Environment and Back

16:15 Michele Mauri (Politecnico, Milan): Data Visualization for Digital Collections

16:45 Dario Ingiusto (Mapping the World): Mapping Jerusalem’s Archives and Open Jerusalem Project

17:15 discussion

 

Maria Chiara Rioli

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Among her publications:

Vincent Lemire

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Historian, University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, Director of Open Jerusalem

Among his publications:

Academic webpage

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«Ouvrir les archives d’une ville fermée?», «Ouvrir les archives», 13-14 April 2015

 

Christophe Jacobs

Archivist, Historian & Consultant, Limonade & Co

Among his publications:

  • (with Paul Bertrand), « Digital Humanities et critique historique documentaire – Digital ou critical turn ? », in Les historiens et l’informatique : un métier à réinventer. Rome : Ecole française de Rome, 2011. (Collection de l’Ecole française de Rome, 444), p.126-139.
  • « Lorsque la coopération internationale s’intéresse aux archives : l’exemple de la justice tunisienne », COMMA, 2008-1, p. 117-122.
  • (with Vincent Haegele), « La pratique archivistique dans le ministère des Finances napolitain à l’époque de Joseph Bonaparte : une vision originale de la gestion des affaires économiques », Revue de l’Institut Napoléon, n°192, 2006-I, p. 43-61.
  • « Standards, web et bonnes pratiques archivistiques : l’exemple d’EAD », Archimag, n°209, nov. 2007, p. 39-41.

Academic webpage

Pierre-Yves Saunier

Historian, University of Laval, Canada

Among his publications:

  • Wedges and webs. Rockefeller nursing fellowships 1920-1940″, in Giles Scott Smith and Ludovic Tournès ed., Global Exchanges: Scholarship and Transnational Circulations in the Contemporary World, Berghahn, 2017
  • «L’école d’infirmières de Lyon» & « L’action philanthropique états-unienne» , in Nicolas Beaupré, Anne Charmasson-Creus, Fanny Giraudier et Thomas Breban, Lyon sur tous les fronts. Une ville dans la grande guerre, Lyon: Silvana Editoriale, 2014
  • Transnational History, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
  • «The next big thing…historians, let us all be Belgians! A few comments about Belgium’s heuristic power», forum “Beyond Belgium: Encounters, Exchanges and Entanglements, 1900-1925», in Journal of Belgian History,  XLIII: 4, 2013, 150-154
  • «Les régimes circulatoires du domaine social 1800-1940: projets et ingénierie de la convergence et de la différence», Genèses, 71, juin 2008, 4-25
  • «Learning by Doing: Notes about the Making of the Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History», Journal of Modern European History, 2/2008, 159-180
  • with Shane Ewen, eds, Another Global City. Historical Explorations into the Transnational Municipal Moment 1850-2000, New York: Palgrave, 2008

Academic webpage

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Louise Corvasier

Archivist, University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée

Among her publications: