The Association for History and Computing (AHC) exists to encourage and maintain interest in the use of computers in all types of historical studies at all levels, in both teaching and research.

Recent Content

Workshop: Politics of E-Heritage: Production and Regulation of Digital Memory in Eastern Europe and Russia

Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe in Cooperation with the Aleksanteri Institute
and the University of Glasgow
Time: 3-4 June 2019
Venue: Gisonenweg 5-7, Marburg
Initiators/Organizers: Eszter Gantner, Olga Dovbysh


1:00 pm WELCOME by Eszter Gantner/Olga Dovbysh

1:15–1:45 pm IMPULSE LECTURE by Peter Haslinger
Do We Need New Digital Knowledge Architecture for Dealing with Historical and
Cultural Memory?

1:45–2:00 pm Discussion

new book of interest to H-Digital-History subscribers


My new monograph may be of interest to the subscribers of this listserv. I'm providing the title, link to author site, and book abstract below. The author site includes chapter abstracts plus the index for those who would like a more detailed overview of the book's contents. Thanks for taking a look!

With best wishes,

Adrian S. Wisnicki
Associate Professor, Department of English
Digital Humanities Program Coordinator, College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty Fellow, Center for Digital Research in the Humanities
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

CFP: Spatial & Digital History Network, European Social Science History Conference 18-21 March 2020, Leiden, The Netherlands

Apologies for cross-posting.

The Spatial & Digital History network welcomes papers and panels on all aspects of the use of new technologies to study the past. These include:

  • History and computing
  • Digital history and digital humanities
  • Historical GIS (geographic information systems)
  • Spatial humanities

Themes of particular relevance include – but are not limited to – the following: