Graduate Workshop: How Might We Do Microhistory After the Digital Turn?

Book your place by 25 April

Organised by Filippo de Vivo and Emanuela Vai with support from the Oxford Centre for European History and TORCH’s Digital Humanities & Sensory Heritage Network

We have been very fortunate to be able to organise a graduate workshop with two experts in the field of medieval and early modern history in conjunction with Professor Nick Terpstra’s visiting fellowship at St Edmund Hall in Trinity Term 2023. Professor Terpstra and Professor Cossar will conduct a two-hour workshop on microhistory after the digital turn originating from their recent research projects: Professor Terpstra will start with a general historiographical and methodological introduction partly inspired by his own DECIMA project (reading will be circulated in advance), and Professor Cossar will zoom in on her ongoing project on fifteenth-century Ferrara. There will be ample space for discussion and comparing experiences.

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If you want to book a place, please email by 28 April; in the event of over-subscription, priority will be given to History DPhil students.

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Please bring your own lunch – coffee will be provided.