SENTA QUE LÁ VEM A HISTÓRIA: #MEMORECORD for a Historiography closer to life

Post written by Anita Lucchesi (C²DH)

Can digital public history help us to reach a historiography that is closer to life? Here, some personal stories and reflections on why I believe the crowdsourcing experiment I am conducting for my PhD research can contribute to this idea, reconciling historiography with inventiveness, poetic creation, sonority and other forms of human expression often undervalued, both as source and as outputs, in the historiographical operation.[i]

[If you wish, enjoy your reading in the loop of Os Tincoãs, Deixa a Gira girar (edit j g b), on the EP 1Löffelchen, released on August 22, 2016.[ii] ]

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#memorecord’s first memory harvest day, in the context of the expo “Memória Episódika”. Espace H²O, Differdange, 20 May 2018.

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