Early Modern Mobility: Knowledge, Communication and Transportation, 1500-1800
A two year project of teaching, research, and publications supported by a UPS grant and the HPS program, STS, Urban Studies, Communications and Spatial History Lab.
Mapping the Republic of Letters
Mapping the Republic of Letters is a collaborative, interdisciplinary, and international project in the digital humanities involving faculty, staff, and students. Since 2008, the scope of the project has been creating visualizations to analyze "big data" relating to the world of early-modern scholars focusing primarily on their correspondence, travel, and social networks. While quantitative metrics to examine the scope and dimensions of the data are utilized, the project remains committed to the qualitative methodologies of the humanities.
Gendered Innovations in Science, Health & Medicine, Engineering, and Environment
Professor Londa Schiebinger's internationally funded and peer-reviewed project to employ sex and gender analysis within the fields of Science, Health & Medicine, Engineering and the Environment. Gendered Innovations as a resource to create new knowledge and technology.
The Gendered Innovations project:
- develops practical methods of sex and gender analysis for scientists and engineers;
- provides case studies as concrete illustrations of how sex and gender analysis leads to innovation.
In 2022-23 we are hosting five visiting scholars:
- Professor Susanne Schmidt, Humboldt University Berlin postdoc fellowship;
- Professor Nataly Valdez, Barcelona Supercomuting Center Scholar;
- Chandra Vadhana, PhD, Fullbright Awardee and Visiting Postdoc Fellow;
- Jens Amborg, PhD candidate, Humboldt Student Researcher from Uppsala Sweden; and
- Huimin Huang, PhD candidate, China