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

Amanda Maunoury

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

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

The invention of Mother’s Day: origins, media history and gift ideas

Nejma Omari (University of Montpellier)

Curfew and inflammatory media coverage: spotlight on an exceptional measure

Nejma Omari (University of Montpellier)

Bringing together what belongs together: Thematic grouping of newspaper clippings using LDA and JSD

Sarah Oberbichler and Eva Pfanzelter (University of Innsbruck)

Newspapers as „social“ media: Crowdsourcing and user-generated content in historical perspective

Benedikt Kapferer (University of Innsbruck)

Of „difficult“ and „modern“ times. The development of journalism in historical newspapers

Benedikt Kapferer (University of Innsbruck)

„An unsere Leser“: The interaction between newspaper and readership and the journalistic self-image

Benedikt Kapferer (University of Innsbruck)

From the Spanish flu to Covid-19: the remedies claiming to work miracles

Nejma Omari (University Paul-Valéry Montpellier)