Digital Humanities - A Science Unto Itself? A Conversation With Valérie Schafer

Digital Humanities - A Science Unto Itself? A Conversation With Valérie Schafer

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What does it mean to be a digital scholar? The answers to this
seemingly simple question are probably as diverse as the
interdisciplinary field of digital humanities itself. To learn
more about the ins and outs of the emerging research area, we
invited Prof. Valérie Schafer from the Luxembourg Centre for
Contemporary and Digital History (C2DH) for an interview.


Valérie Schafer has been a Professor in Contemporary European
History at the C2DH since 2018, where she does research on the
history of the Internet and the Web, the history of European
digital cultures and infrastructures, and born-digital heritage.
Previously, she worked at The French National Centre for
Scientific Research (CNRS). She is furthermore one of the
co-editors of the book series “Studies in Digital History and
Hermeneutics”.


With De Gruyter acquisitions editor Rabea Rittgerodt, she talked
about her own path in the digital humanities, shared passions
among digital scholars, cultural changes as well as the
importance of preserving our digital heritage in times of crises.


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Book series “Studies in Digital History and Hermeneutics” ️
 https://www.degruyter.com/serial/sdhh-b/html


You might also be interested in our new Open Access “Journal of
Digital History”, a joint initiative of the Luxembourg Centre for
Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) and De Gruyter ️
 https://www.degruyter.com/journal/key/jdh/html

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