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Hosting Legal Entity
Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History, University of Luxembourg
Maison des Sciences Humaines, Esch-sur-Alzette, PO: L-4366 (Luxembourg)
Type Of RI
Coordinating Country
Current Status:
Operational since 2016
Being upgraded since 2012 to 2013
Under construction since 2009 to 2011
Scientific Description
The CVCE is an interdisciplinary research and documentation centre dedicated to the European integration process. Its mission is to create, publish and transfer knowledge in an innovative digital environment. It is in the remarkable setting of the 700-year-old Château de Sanem that this institution pursues its activities. At the heart of the CVCE’s vision is a desire to share the results of its studies and research activities on the European integration process with as broad a public as possible, driven by the conviction that it is vital to understand the past if we want to participate in the building of our future. This meeting of past and present is summed up in the CVCE’s slogan: Knowing the past to build the future.The focus of the CVCE’s work is European integration studies (EIS). Projects carried out in this field are structured around four priority research areas that correspond to the main players in the European integration process: European organisations; European states and the European integration process; Key European figures; Ideas, values and identities.

RI Keywords
Digital Humanities, European integration process
RI Category
Research Bibliographies
Research Archives
Scientific Domain
Social Sciences
Humanities and Arts
ESFRI Domain
Social and Cultural Innovation
Date of last update: 16/05/2017
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