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 Moderator: Dr. Maria Georgopoulou,​ The Gennadius Library American School of Classical Studies at Athens ​ Moderator: Dr. Maria Georgopoulou,​ The Gennadius Library American School of Classical Studies at Athens ​
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-**13:​45** Howard Hotson, '​Reassembling the Republic of Letters: current projects and future prospects'​\\+**13:​45** Howard Hotson, ​{{ :​services:​seminars:​goettingen_oct_2019.pptx |}}'​Reassembling the Republic of Letters: current projects and future prospects'​}}\\
   * Short bio: [[https://​www.history.ox.ac.uk/​people/​professor-howard-hotson|Howard Hotson]] is Professor of Early Modern Intellectual History at the University of Oxford. Amongst his central interests is the possibility of rewriting aspects of transnational intellectual and cultural exchange 'from the ground up' by rooting institutions,​ traditions and ideas in '​intellectual geographies'​ created by different combinations of physical, economic, social, political, cultural and religious conditions. These interests have drawn him into the social as well as technical problems of devising sustainable digital infrastructure to support large-scale,​ collaborative research during the next generation. Much of his thinking has been conditioned by directing since 2009 the Mellon-funded research project, [[http://​www.culturesofknowledge.org/​|Cultures of Knowledge]] in Oxford, responsible for creating the collaboratively populated union catalogue, [[http://​emlo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/​home|Early Modern Letters Online]]. Between 2014 and 2018 he also chaired the COST Action [[http://​www.republicofletters.net/​|Reassembling the Republic of Letters]], the findings of which have just been published by the [[https://​www.univerlag.uni-goettingen.de/​handle/​3/​isbn-978-3-86395-403-1?​locale-attribute=en|Göttingen University Press]]. He is also currently the PI on the AHRC-funded project, [[https://​networkingarchives.org/​|Networking Archives]].   * Short bio: [[https://​www.history.ox.ac.uk/​people/​professor-howard-hotson|Howard Hotson]] is Professor of Early Modern Intellectual History at the University of Oxford. Amongst his central interests is the possibility of rewriting aspects of transnational intellectual and cultural exchange 'from the ground up' by rooting institutions,​ traditions and ideas in '​intellectual geographies'​ created by different combinations of physical, economic, social, political, cultural and religious conditions. These interests have drawn him into the social as well as technical problems of devising sustainable digital infrastructure to support large-scale,​ collaborative research during the next generation. Much of his thinking has been conditioned by directing since 2009 the Mellon-funded research project, [[http://​www.culturesofknowledge.org/​|Cultures of Knowledge]] in Oxford, responsible for creating the collaboratively populated union catalogue, [[http://​emlo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/​home|Early Modern Letters Online]]. Between 2014 and 2018 he also chaired the COST Action [[http://​www.republicofletters.net/​|Reassembling the Republic of Letters]], the findings of which have just been published by the [[https://​www.univerlag.uni-goettingen.de/​handle/​3/​isbn-978-3-86395-403-1?​locale-attribute=en|Göttingen University Press]]. He is also currently the PI on the AHRC-funded project, [[https://​networkingarchives.org/​|Networking Archives]].
  
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 Moderator: Anette Hagan, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh\\  Moderator: Anette Hagan, National Library of Scotland, Edinburgh\\
-**15:​30** Mia Ridge, British Library, [[https://​www.dropbox.com/​s/​emrjuowmq3kdmed/​201910%20Mia%20CERL%20LwM.pptx?​dl=0|'​Living with Machines: applying data science methods to historical library collections'​]].\\+**15:​30** Mia Ridge, British Library, [[https://​www.dropbox.com/​s/​emrjuowmq3kdmed/​201910%20Mia%20CERL%20LwM.pptx?​dl=0|'​Living with Machines: applying data science methods to historical library collections'​]]\\
   * Short bio: Dr [[https://​www.bl.uk/​people/​experts/​mia-ridge|Mia Ridge]] is the British Library’s Digital Curator for Western Heritage Collections. As part of the Library’s Digital Scholarship team, she helps enable innovative research based on the British Library’s digital collections,​ offering support, training and guidance on applying computational research methods to historical collections. Current projects involve crowdsourcing the transcription of historical playbills, and experimenting with machine learning-based methods with library collections. She is a Co-Investigator on the Living with Machines project. ​               * Short bio: Dr [[https://​www.bl.uk/​people/​experts/​mia-ridge|Mia Ridge]] is the British Library’s Digital Curator for Western Heritage Collections. As part of the Library’s Digital Scholarship team, she helps enable innovative research based on the British Library’s digital collections,​ offering support, training and guidance on applying computational research methods to historical collections. Current projects involve crowdsourcing the transcription of historical playbills, and experimenting with machine learning-based methods with library collections. She is a Co-Investigator on the Living with Machines project. ​            
   * on the [[https://​www.bl.uk/​projects/​living-with-machines|Living with Machines project]]\\   * on the [[https://​www.bl.uk/​projects/​living-with-machines|Living with Machines project]]\\
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