Our @dtu_dhh kicks off a new series entitled #tradingzone. Read #interdisciplinary perspectives on #digitalhumanities and #hermeneutics. First is Frank Hofmann reflecting on the flow of knowledge in #digitalhistory philosophically. https://dhh.uni.lu/2020/11/12/some-reflections-on-the-flow-of-knowledge-in-digital-history/
I am looking for a postdoc to join the research group on Social Complexity and Collapse at the #CSHVienna: https://bit.ly/2YCW8cE
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Paper out on using spatial agent-based model for exploring central place foraging theory of hunter gatherer mobility. @geoffrey_caruso @C2DH_LU @dtu_dhh @Quadtrees_lu https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1059712320922915
Elite overproduction, intraelite competition and conflict as a chief driver of #AgesOfDiscord https://twitter.com/mojomogoz/status/1270703571294662661
This is part of 'elite competition'. Read Ages of Discord by @Peter_Turchin for full picture. Amazing foresightful window into current times...
This month's #digitaltoolreflection @dtu_dhh takes a look on the #ABM Agent-Based Modelling tool @netlogo. DTU researcher Thomas Durlacher provides a first overview for using it for #humanities research https://dhh.uni.lu/2020/06/08/agent-based-modelling-with-netlogo/
This month #digitalreflection @dtu_dhh @KaarelSikk explains how to publish your data and code alongside your research with the help of @ZENODO_ORG and reflects why this is good for the humanities #reproducibility #humanities @C2DH_LU
LISER is recruiting a Research Assistant to be part of a team led by @sofie_waltl performing quantitative research on housing markets and the behavior of home-owners in #Luxembourg. Learn more & apply online ➡️ https://jobs.liser.lu/jobs/detail/research-assistant-m-f-student-contract-up-to-15h-week-or-full-time-internship-40h-week-ref-20-10-150 #EconJobs #AcademicTwitter
https://jhnr.uni.lu/index.php/jhnr/issue/view/8 out: The Journal of Historical Network Research Vol 4 (2020): The Ties that Bind. Ancient Politics and Network Research
New trending programming language: COBOL ! https://stackoverflow.blog/2020/04/20/brush-up-your-cobol-why-is-a-60-year-old-language-suddenly-in-demand/
Find a little interview with DTU researcher @SamMersch. He talks about his interrupted research trip to Kiel and his project on Luxembourgish toponomy @dtu_dhh https://dhh.uni.lu/2020/04/28/exchange-to-kiel-interrupted-sam-mersch-about-luxembourgish-toponomy/ #Luxembourgish #linguistic #onomastics #GISmapping @C2DH_LU