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Milan Matthiesen (Europainstitut der Universität Basel)

The Exterior of Philosophy: On the Practice of New Confucianism,

Stefanie Mahrer, Project ‘Forced Academic Migration’


“The research project Relocating Modernism: Global Metropolises, Modern Art and Exile (METROMOD) marks out a unique and unconventional map of life and work in exile metropolises in the first half of the 20th century. It refers to urban topographies, inner-city districts, outlying suburbs and streets, to places where interactions took place, but also to the venues used for exhibitions and collaborative projects. Urban locations were of particular importance not only for communicating, forming networks and formulating theories; they were also stations on the diverse paths of exile.”

Tadeusz Manteuffel

Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe

Nodegoat + Manuscripts:

Toby Burrows: “A Tale of Two Collectors: Using nodegoat to Map the Connections Between the Manuscript Collections of Thomas Phillipps and Alfred Chester Beatty”, New Technologies in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 9 (New York: Iter Press, 2021), pp. 89-111.

(Toby describes his nodegoat model for manuscripts)

Bielak, Alicja; Szczepaniec, Adam, 2022, “Inventory of books acquired by Jan Brożek during his studies in Padua, kept in Jagiellonian Library in Kraków”,, RepOD, V1

Nodegoat eventbased data model

Nodegoat Tutorials

Padova database on students

Padova database

Nodegoat related publications

Nodegoat on GitHub

The History of Everyday Life Database (Databáze dějin všedního dne)

Digital archive of the sources of the Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore

Pim van Bree and Geert Kessels will deliver a public lecture at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University in Paris on Friday December 9, 2022.

The lecture is titled ‘Constructing Historical Facts in nodegoat: some Considerations and Practical Implementations’ and discusses the implications of working with a digital tool for scholarly work. PIREH (Pôle Informatique de Recherche et d’Enseignement en Histoire) has organised this lecture as part of the ‘Data Science and History’ seminar.

The lecture is open to all and takes place on December 9 between 10:30 and 12:30 at the Pantheon-Sorbonne University, Panthéon centre, room 216.