18 décembre 2014

Mapping the Republic of Letters



Voltaire, relations 1728-1778 (à vérifier) : http://ink.designhumanities.org/voltaire/

voir aussi Voltaire et ses correspondants

Voltaire’s Correspondences
Utilizing Visualization in the Mapping the Republic of Letters Project
Bugei Nyaosi, Stanford University, 2010



Cartographies de la République des Lettres (source Martin Grandjean)

A partir des correspondances, des projets liés aux digital humanities :

- Mapping the Republic of Letters - Stanford
Fom the age of Erasmus to the age of Franklin, the world of scholarship relied on its own networks:
What did these networks actually look like?
Were they as extensive as we are led to believe?
How did they evolve over time?
Mapping the Republic of Letters to answer these and other questions through the development of sophisticated, interactive visualization tools.

- “Early Modern Letters Online” : http://emlo.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/

- Cultures of Knowledge. Nertworking the Republic of Letters - Oxford http://www.culturesofknowledge.org/
The Practise of Scholarly Communication: Correspondence networks between Central and Western Europe, 1550-1700

The Digital Humanist: Open Resources, Shared Standards, Virtual Communities

 Two case studies focusing on the epistolary networks :
   . Samuel Hartlib (1600-1662) - in the late 1620s, Hartlib fled war-torn central Europe to England, where he became one of the most active reformers of the late 1630s and the ensuing civil war and republican period.
   . Jan Amos Comenius (1592*-1670) a Moravian pedagogue and pansophist

- CKCC - Circulation of Knowledge and Learned Practices in the 17th-century Dutch Republic - Utrecht

MG :  La visualisation graphique et la cartographie,
une vision nouvelle ?
de nouveaux questionnements ?


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