Under About this edition > Presentations and Publications you will now find an up-todate compilation of lectures, publications and reviews about the Key Documents Edition.
Annette Haller died on September 16th far too early. Annette Haller has been an active member of the advisory board of our key documents edition from the first moment on, and has always been at our disposal for discussions. We would like to thank her for this important support. We will miss her qualified advice and kindness. We are deeply affected by her loss.
The obituary of the Germania Judaica can be found at https://www.wirtrauern.de/traueranzeige/drannette-haller
On September 15 the „Key Documents“-Edition was presented during the conference „German-Jewish history – research and education“ at the training center for teachers in Hamburg (Landesinstitut für Lehrerbildung und Schulentwicklung Hamburg). The workshop participants were highly interested.
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Key Documents were present at the conference „Correspondences and Estates around 1800 – Development, digital edition and scientific evaluation.“ Daniel Burckhardt presented the project to the conference participants under the title „Key Documents of German-Jewish History: an online source edition that wants to be read.“
The new edition of the Archivjournal of the Hamburg State Archive has just been published, including a short project presentation of the key documents edition. The State Archive is an important cooperation partner since a large part of the sources of Hamburg’s Jewish history are preserved there.
At the workshop organized by the Max Weber Foundation, Daniel Burckhardt presented the technical concept of the key documents edition focussing on infrastructure, processes and TEI markup.
The 51st Biennal Meeting of German Historians in Hamburg offered numerous opportunities to present the online source edition to an interested public. Daniel Burckhardt and Nina Zellerhoff presented the key documents edition at the poster session of the AG Digital History.
Thursday, 22.09.2016 18:00 to 21:00
The Institute for the History of German Jews (IGDJ) turns 50! On this occasion, the institute presents itself and its digital jubilee project „Key Documents of German-Jewish History“. The online edition virtually reunites the Jewish heritage of the city, which is scattered throughout the world due to migration and persecution, making it accessible to the whole world and preserving it for future generations. You are welcome to join this launch followed by a reception. At the same time, this is an opportunity to view an exhibition on research on Nazi looted books carried out by the IGDJ and the Stabi.
Location: Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg, Lichthof, entrance Edmund-Siemers-Allee / corner Grindelallee
Daniel Burckhardt and Miriam Rürup presented the key documents at the conference „Digital History Science – new tools for new questions?“ organized by the CLARIN-D special interest group „Modern and Contemporary History“ in Berlin on February 8 and 9, 2016.
In its latest edition, the online periodical „Medaon – magazine for Jewish life in research and education“ has dealt with the importance of digitization for Jewish history. On this occasion, L.I.S.A. interviewed the editors Thomas Fache and Dr. Anna Menny about „Medaon“ as a whole and the issues raised in this focus issue on digitization. What specific possibilities does the digital age offer with regard to researching Jewish history? Which topics and approaches are made possible? How does networking work? And what role does the online magazine „Medaon“ play?
The latest issue of the online magazine Medaon was just released. Titled „Interim Promises and Challenges. Perspectives on the relationship between digitization and Jewish history“, it focuses on the subject of digital Jewish history. This edition was developed in collaboration with the Institute for the History of the German Jews (IGDJ) in Hamburg and the Netzwerk Jüdische Geschichte digital.
At the FORGE conference, which took place from 15-18. September 2015 at the University of Hamburg, Daniel Burckhardt and Dr. Anna Menny presented the project under the title „Research data in historical perspective – sources online“. The abstract and the recorded lecture can be viewed here.
At the conference „When the Heritage Comes to the Cloud“ in Bonn on November 13th and 14th, 2014, Anna Menny gave a lecture on the digitization of Jewish heritage using the example of the Key Documents. In the meantime, the lecture has also been published in the conference volume: Eckhard Bolenz / Lina Franken / Dagmar Händel (Hrsg.), Wenn das Erbe in die Wolke kommt. Digitalisierung und kulturelles Erbe, Essen 2015.