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The digitization of history project was started in May 2007 by a group of graduate students, faculty, and visiting faculty at the University of Cambridge, and is supported by the Centre for History and Economics at Harvard University and at King’s College Cambridge. It seeks to encourage discussion of the consequences of new uses of information for historians, and to explore new ways of increasing access to archives and other sources of information.
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Other listsBiological and Statistical Physics discussion group (BSDG) Clare Hall Thursday Lunchtime Talks CU Native Spirit Society
Other talksScotland's first Industrial Revolution: a spatial economic analysis based on the Statistical Accounts Elephants and emperors: Elephants in Indian painting and culture Inventing 'Heterosexuality' Through Ethnographic Knowledge Production in XIX century (the Case of Premarital Sleeping Together in Ukraine) EU Life Lecture - “Rembrandt: Remodelling the brain in intellectual disability” A rose by any other name Imaging and stimulating adaptive brain plasticity