In May 2017, the first edition of the tri-national doctoral school was organised in Saarbrücken, Germany, with the participation of three universities. The following blogpost is a report of the event with some personal reflections.
For his PhD research, Max Kemman will be using Galison’s concept of the “trading zone” to describe digital history projects where historians collaborate with people from other backgrounds. In this blog post, he will describe how the concept was originally developed to describe collaboration in physics, and how that history shows similarities with digital humanities. more “UL Max Kemman – Digital History and Digital Physics”