Présentation Serge NOIRET

S.NOIRET

I am the History Information Specialist at the European University Institute, Florence, Italy where I did my Ph.D. between 1979 and 1984. I work in the EUI academic library to sustain the scholarly activities of the EUI History Department. This is about many things but also about coordinating a Digital History web site called European History Primary Sources – EHPS maintained both by the Library and the History & Civilization Department at the EUI.

My present research interests are dealing with the epistemology of Public History and Digital Public History. I am participating to the PH internationalization process focusing on the peculiar methods, practices and identity of continental European PH activities. I edited a special issue of an Italian academic journal on Public History : national practices v. global identity as a result of a panel that I coordinated during the Pensacola National Coalition for Public History (NCPH) annual meeting in 2011 : European Approaches to Public History : identifying common needs and practices. I am now the elected Chair of the Steering Committee of the International Federation for Public History. I organized the IFPH Steering Committee meeting in Luxembourg, the 22nd of March 2012 and we had a first general public meeting of the association during the Milwaukee NCPH annual meeting in April 2012. Our annual meeting will be this year in Ottawa during the NCPH annual meeting. I published in different languages focusing, in recent years, on the use of visual sources and web sites as primary sources.

Intervention :

Les outils numériques changent nos pratiques bibliographiques et nos habitudes de veille scien- tifique. La First World War Studies Society (société savante regroupant 350 chercheurs dans le monde entier) s’est doté en 2012 d’une bibliographie collective qui tâche à la fois d’être un outil de référence en permanence à jour des publications dans ce champ particulièrement dynamique et de servir d’instrument de veille pour la communauté internationale des chercheurs qui s’inté- ressent à la période et qui ne peuvent pas surveiller les publications dans plusieurs pays. Cette communication reviendra sur les choix d’outils pour sa mise en place et donnera un premier bilan du fonctionnement au bout d’un an d’activité pleine.

Liens utiles :

C.V.

Publications

Digital history

Blog

 

 

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