Blog

Blog posts are written by project team members. Topics range from conferences we attend, musings on current affairs of relevance, internal project findings and news and more succinct content which can be found in our Digital Humanities Case studies or project related publications. Blog posts will mainly be posted in English but will from time to time feature in the language of the project team member’s preference, since we are a multilingual bunch! Happy reading!

 

Taking Stock of NewsEye with the University of Rostock

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France) and Roger Labahn (University of Rostock)

As the NewsEye project will come to an end in January 2022, we are looking back on what we have accomplished since May 2018. Within our final blog series, we are spotlighting the partners and people who have contributed to the project over its 45-month lifespan.

The Ins and Outs of the impresso Project with Maud Ehrmann

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France)

Navigating Collections of Digitised Historical Newspapers: A Conversation with Ben Lee

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France)

Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Organisations: A Conversation with Dr Lise Jaillant

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France)

Back to School with NewsEye Educational Materials

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France)

Datasets and Demonstrations: The NewsEye User Workshop

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France)

This summer, the NewsEye blog will be looking back on NewsEye events that have been held this year. Follow along with #summernewseye.

The Representation of Women in Digitised Historical Newspapers: A Seminar at the National Library of France

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France)

This summer, the NewsEye blog will be looking back on NewsEye events that have been held this year. Follow along with #summernewseye.

What's Past is Prologue: The NewsEye International Conference 2021

Amanda Maunoury (National Library of France)

This summer, the NewsEye blog will be looking back on NewsEye events that have been held this year. Follow along with #summernewseye.

Use and reuse of digital historical newspapers: the NewsEye project in practice

Sarah Oberbichler and Eva Pfanzelter (University of Innsbruck)

This summer, the NewsEye blog will be looking back on NewsEye events that have been held this year. Follow along with #summernewseye.

Where did it happen?: Spatial imaginaries of World War I

Axel Jean-Caurant (University of La Rochelle), Jani Marjanen (University of Helsinki), Lidia Pivovarova (University of Helsinki), Nicolas Gutehrlé, Oleg Harlamov, Farimah Karimi, Suphan Kirmizialtin, David Mayer, Maelle Le Roux and Haoyu Wei

This summer, the NewsEye blog will be looking back on NewsEye events that have been held this year. Follow along with #summernewseye.