[globaloutlookDH-l] Re: globaloutlookdh-l Digest, Vol 88, Issue 1

Enrico Natale enrico.natale at infoclio.ch
Wed Jun 19 03:20:22 MDT 2013


Hi Leon, 

in Switzerland two universities and a national office have created websites about their own history. 

University of Basel (1460-2010): http://www.unigeschichte.unibas.ch/
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zürich: http://www.ethz.ch/about/history/index_EN (The website is down at the moment)

National office for social insurances in cooperation with the university of Geneva, a website about the Social Insurances History in Switzerland: http://www.histoiredelasecuritesociale.ch/

Hope this can help, 
All Best, 
Enrico Natale


Le 19 juin 2013 à 11:00, globaloutlookdh-l-request at uleth.ca a écrit :

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> From: "De Kock, L, Prof <leondk at sun.ac.za>" <leondk at sun.ac.za>
> Subject: [globaloutlookDH-l] 'History of institutional knowledge'
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> I am looking for examples of DH projects in curating and/or critiquing histories of institutional knowledge at particular institutions. My own institution is launching such a project and it is curious about examples in which a DH project has been designed around an institutional history of knowledge task. Can anyone help me to find such examples, should they exist?
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> Leon de Kock
> Stellenbosch University
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> Hi Leon,
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> You should also send this inquiry to the humanist
> list<http://dhhumanist.org/>and post it onDH
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> At Columbia, my team is working on an multi-institutional history of
> Morningside Heights, but the project is in its early stages. On the last
> class I taught at the University of Virginia, my students worked on a
> (limited) institutional history through an archive of the speakers that
> came to speak there since the 19th century. I can't find the link right
> now, but I do know the site was built using Omeka <http://omeka.org>.
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> Best,
> A.
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> On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 11:29 AM, De Kock, L, Prof <leondk at sun.ac.za> <
> leondk at sun.ac.za> wrote:
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>> I am looking for examples of DH projects in curating and/or critiquing
>> histories of institutional knowledge at particular institutions. My own
>> institution is launching such a project and it is curious about examples in
>> which a DH project has been designed around an institutional history of
>> knowledge task. Can anyone help me to find such examples, should they exist?
>> 
>> Leon de Kock
>> Stellenbosch University
>> South Africa
>> 
>> ------------------------------
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