Catalogue des carnets de recherche

99 carnets de recherche sélectionnés


Statistics are just one face of reality


Scribal Performance and the Standardization of Cuneiform in 1st Millennium Mesopotamia


Thoughts on an “Ontology for the Transmission and Re-Use of Argumentative Patterns” in Christian-Muslim Religious Encounters

Socialis memoriae

Proposing to approach social memory from a sociodynamic perspective of memory

Meow Factor

Cats in Digital Spaces | Linguistics Research Blog

Dünden Bügüne

Critical Heritage and the Politics of the Past in Contemporary Turkey


Canonicity, Obscenity, and the Making of Modern Chaucer


The city represented by new communication technologies


Functional Dependence and Domestic Technologies of Care in Imperial Rome (I-III centuries AD)

Geographies of Time

Cultural history of time, modern Europe, and global interconnectedness


Social Science, Crowdsourcing and Stratification

Notes on research

Crisis and catastrophes in early modern Europe, and other subjects, by Stefano Condorelli


Interdisciplinary Forum of Digital Textual Sciences

Lithic Types

Stories of Typologies in Prehistoric Archaeology


Literary creation and the biological sciences in the nineteenth century

Only Joking

Getting into the mind of the nineteenth century caricaturist


Legacy Dictionaries in the Digital Age


Middle East and Mediterranean Studies

Sociology, Modernity, Art

Interdisciplinary Reflections on Social and Philosophical Thought, Modern and Contemporary Art, and Urban Spaces and their Representations


Digital Scholarly Editons Initial Training Network


Méthode critique de l’histoire de la tapisserie : préceptes, circulation de modèles, transferts de savoir-faire (France, XIVe-Xe siècles)

Dissenting Experience

A research blog on the history, literature and culture of early-modern British dissent (1500-1800)

From Artefact to Meaning

Understanding the process of interpreting textual cultural and historical artefacts, and developing digital tools to support the act of interpretation


A British Perspective on the Digital Humanities in France