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The DH Lab at the Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) marries the development of digital methods to the activities of digitally supported research on European history. In addition, the DH Lab has an impact on the work of the research areas at the IEG through the support of source criticism, heuristics, and analyses by means of digital tools and methods. As “embedded digital humanists”, the members of the DH Lab conduct their own research projects within the framework of the IEG’s research programme, design new methods and approaches for the conceptualization of historical questions, and support the transfer of digital procedures.
We have formulated our working methods and the underlying goals and values in a “self concept”.

In this blog, and in the spirit of open knowledge communication, the DH Lab team reports on its daily work, research trips and events, and also offers best practices and tutorials. Furthermore, guest posts related to the DH Lab’s research topics and its cooperation networks are published regularly.

Team: Monika Barget (DigiKAR), Sofia Baroncini (Postdoc), Lara Beringer (student assistant), Constanze Buyken (NFDI4Memory), Fabian Cremer (RDM), Judit Garzón Rodríguez (HERMES), Jaap Geraerts (Postdoc), Sarah Oberbichler (Postdoc), Cindarella Petz (Postdoc),  Thorsten Wübbena (Head of Digital Historical Research)

Alumni: Anna Aschauer, Felix Bach (student assistant), Sarah Büttner (student assistant), Julius Emmel (student assistant), Ilenia Laudito (RETOPEA), Cristian Secco (student assistant), Demival Vasques Filho (Postdoc), Teresa Wendel (student assistant)

DH Fellows: Sarah Lang (2020), Daniela Linkevicius de Andrade (2021), Ian Kisil Marino (2022), Tetiana Shyshkina (2023)

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