Past STSMs

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 Overview

First Call, 2014 (successful projects)

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SNAME ORIGIN HOST PROJECT
BUNING, Robin NL UK Inventory of the correspondence of Isaac Vossius, primarily in Amsterdam, Leiden and Oxford, leveraged with additional funding from the Scaliger Institute in Leiden and CofK in Oxford
FEOLA, Vittoria AT IT Inventory and digital archive from the Bartolomeo Gamba collection, now in Bassano del Grappa, with additional resources from the ÖNB in Vienna, the University of Padua, and CofK in Oxford
GURRIERI, Marco FR IT Archival research on letters of French musicians in Northern Italy
MÄKELÄ, Eetu FIN UK Extended consultation on and experimenting with linked open data as a means of modelling, ingesting, analyzing, and visualizing epistolary and prosopographical metadata in Early Modern Letters Online
STORCHOVÁ, Lucie CZ UK Research on correspondence relating to Melanchthon and his influence in the kingdom of Bohemia; historiographical and methodological issues relating to the republic of letters
URBANO, Pedro PT SP Research on methodology and training on digital tools for the analysis of early modern women’s letters

Second Call, 2015 (successful projects)

NAME ORIGIN HOST PROJECT
BUTTERWORTH, Alex UK IT The Shape of a Life at the Margins of the Republic of Letters [WG6 et al.]
COOLEY, Mackenzie IT SP Mapping Relaciones geograficas in Philip II New Spain [WG2,4]
HARRIS, Joanna UK NL Letters of Hugh Goodyear [WGs 2,3,4]
HOLLEWAND, Karen UK NL Addition of keywords to correspondence metadata [WG3]
JENSEN, Mikkel Munthe IT UK Prosopographical study using data modelling [WG2]
LELKOVÁ, Iva CZ IT Visualization of Early Modern Correspondence [WG1,2,6]
MONTCHER, Fabien SP PT Iberian Scholars and Vicente Nogueira’s Correspondence (1586-1654) [WG4]
POPOVA, Plamena BG UK Developing of Open policy for metadata’ sharing within digital platforms [WG5]
TESSIER, Alexandre FR UK Geographic mapping of mail communications [WG1]
TOUBER, Jetze NL UK Prosopographical Profiling of Subgroups in Correspondences [WG2]

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