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Africa Unite ! Une histoire du panafricanisme

Africa Unite ! Une histoire du panafricanisme

De la révolution haïtienne de 1791 à l’élection du premier président noir des États-Unis en 2008, en passant par les indépendances des États africains et la lutte contre l’apartheid, l’itinéraire de ceux qui ont mis leur vie au service de la libération de l’Afrique et de l’émancipation des Noirs à travers le monde. 474 more words



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What better way to stay awake at 4:30 in the morning than by waffling on about what’s to come on the way to training for that event. 71 more words


Valve's Steam Curation: Where Folksonomy meets Archiving

(I’m behind the times, I know.)

Valve’s Steam has been successful in part because of the community aspects of its application as much of its catalog, and users have been able to tag games freely for a while. 205 more words

Job Posting: Ruscha Project Archivist, University of Texas at Austin

Temporary, one-year Archivist position to arrange, describe, and house the papers, photographs, artworks, and associated materials in the archive of artist Edward Ruscha.

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Photo Friday: Excavation at Greenwood Mound

In honor of International Archaeology Day, today’s Photo Friday is a tribute to Archaeologist William Colburn (1882-1966). Colburn, a Detroit native, first visited Cranbrook Institute of Science in 1932. 364 more words


Big Data and Genealogy, or the Commodification of History

Next week’s Digital History class will be all about databases, data mining, big data and API’s. Suspecting that I would probably feel paralyzed when going through the readings I decided to first go through the definitions of each of these things on Wikipedia. 2,037 more words

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