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Fifth Conference on European Historical Bibliographies

7-8 November 2013

Prague, Department of Historical Bibliography (The Institute of History, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)

 

CfP, Program and Conference Papers

 

Call for Papers in English (pdf)

Application Form (docx)

Program (pdf)

 

Further information: http://www.hiu.cas.cz/cs/konference-a-kolokvia.ep/

 

Historical Bibliography as an Essential Source for Historiography

Opening

Eva Semotanová (Prague): Opening Address

Jaroslav Pánek (Prague): Historian's Remarks on Historical Bibliography

Session 1 – Historical Bibliographies and their Utilization for Scientific Research

Václava Horčáková & Věra Hanelová (Prague): Bibliography of the Czech Lands History. Project of its Modernisation and International Cooperation [text and slides]

Lene Eklund-Jürgensen (Copenhagen): Memoirs and Autobiographies on the Occupation of Denmark 1940-45.  Two Danish Historical Bibliographies as Essential Sources for People's History

Bernadette Cunningham (Dublin): Multiple Histories: Historical Bibliographies in a divided Ireland

Ludger Syré (Karlsruhe): Die Recherchemöglichkeiten in den Online-Datenbanken der deutschen Landesbibliographien

Session 2 – History of Historical Bibliographies and Their Essential Personalities

Brigitte Keriven (Paris): France during World War II. Historiographic Analysis Based upon the Annual Bibliography of French History (Bibliographie annuelle de l'histoire de France) 1964-2010

Marie Makariusová (Prague): Founding personalities of the Bibliography of the Czech History

Helmut Teufel (Brno): Plädoyer für eine Bibliographie zur Geschichte der Juden in Böhmen, Mähren und Schlesien

Schriftlicher Beitrag:

Robert Luft (Munich):  Heinrich Jilek (1902–1986), ein Bibliothekar und Bibliograph der böhmischen Länder, Zur Geschichte des Bibliographierens im 20. Jahrhundert

Session 3 – Software Applications and Historical Bibliographies (with special interest in international cooperation)

Eva Kraus (Munich) & Matti Stöhr (Berlin): On the Way to a “German Historical Bibliography”. Current State and Perspectives - The DFG Project “Continued Cooperative Development of Historical Subject Bibliographies”

Irena Tumelyté (Vilnius): Current Lithuanian historical bibliography

Werner Bosshard & Nathalie Vuilleumier (Berne): The Use of the Bibliography on Swiss History for Electronic Historical Resources: The Example of the Historical Dictionary of Switzerland [Abstract and Slides]

Stefan Wiederkehr (Berlin): How to Retrospectively Enrich a Bibliographical Database with Authority Records. Lessons learnt at the Jahresberichte für deutsche Geschichte

Libor Šimek (Prague): Creation of Personal Authorities as a Tool for Unified Access to Heterogenous Bibliographical Databases

Jürgen Warmbrunn (Marburg): Historical Bibliographies on East Central Europe – a Collaborative Approach

Gérald Péoux, Isabelle Havelange & Cyril Mathevon (Paris): Annual Bibliography on French History: Data Remodeling as a First Step Towards an Exhaustive  Tool for European Historiographies

Jan Lhoták & Jiří Novák (Sušice): History of Historical Bibliography of the Šumava Mountains and Problems of Regional Bibliography Today [text and slides]
 

Conference Reports

 

Václava Horčáková/Kristina Rexová: Tagungsbericht Historical Bibliography as an Essential Source for Historiography. 5th International Conference on European Historical Bibliographies 2013. 07.11.2013-08.11.2013, Prague, in: H-Soz-u-Kult, 03.04.2014, <http://hsozkult.geschichte.hu-berlin.de/tagungsberichte/id=5290>.

 

Stefan Wiederkehr: Fifth Conference on European Historical Bibliographies in Prag, in: Bibliotheksdienst 48/3-4 (2014), p. 289-290.