#MappingFlows2014

A twitter archive for the Centre for Transnational History's 'Mapping Flows & Visualising Data in the Era of Digital Humanities' Conference held in St Andrews on 29 August, 2014.

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  1. First Presentation: David Stokes (St Andrews), “A complex systems approach to history: correspondence networks among 17th century astronomers” 

  2. Second Presentation: Mikkel Munthe Jensen (EUI Florence), “University Professors in the Nordic Region during the Eighteenth Century – A prosoprographical approach” 

  3. Third Presentation: Milena Zeidler (Oxford), “Transnational Jewish Relief Networks and the Emergence of Jewish Internationalism in Central and Eastern Europe, c. 1850s – 1870s.” 

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