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Theme Group

Borders and the Transfer of Knowledge

The Members

BadeaAndreea Badea
German Historical Institute Rome 
Early Modern History
April -May 2018

CookHarold J. Cook
Brown University 
History
April - June 2018 

DurrRenate Dürr
University of Tübingen
Early Modern History
April - June 2018 

IordanouIoanna Iordanou 
Oxford Brookes University 
Business History
April - June 2018  

PieperRenate Pieper  
University Graz
History
April - June 2018

About the Topic

Transfer is a cornerstone of the knowledge society: the exchange of learning, news, expertise, innovations has become a key to progress and reputation. Transfer crosses borders between places and cultures and at the same time creates borders between those in the know and those excluded. Borders in the early modern period were not the national, economic, and societal of today. The members of this working group investigate various instances of the dynamics of knowledge transfer and the interactions between different societal and cultural domains. They are particularly interested in the rules and regulations that emerged in the interactions between actors and institutions to facilitate transfers and demarcate membership.

Descartes Theme Group

This Theme Group is part of a collaboration between NIAS, the Descartes Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities (Utrecht University), the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (Berlin) and the Huygens ING (The Hague). Read more about the global knowledge society project or read more about Descartes theme-group fellowships...

 

 



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