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Sixième Atelier Héloïse Sixth Workshop Héloïse European Network on Digital Academic History

perugiaPerugia 20-22 October 2016 Workshop organized by CISUI – Centro interuniversitario per la storia delle università italiane www.cisui.unibo.it Héloïse – European Network on Digital Academic History www.heloisenetwork.eu Organizing committee Prof. Gian Paolo Brizzi Prof. Ferdinando Treggiari In collaboration with Università degli Studi di Perugia www.unipg.it Archivio storico – DiSCi Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna www.archiviostorico.unibo.it CIHU – ICHU International Commission for the History of Universities www.cihu-ichu.org Partnership Agenzia per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario dell’Umbria
Thursday 20 October Perugia, Palazzo Murena, Sala Dessau, p.zza dell’Università 1 8.30 h Greetings of the Rector Franco Moriconi and introduction of Gian Paolo Brizzi, Ferdinando Treggiari Section 1 – chair: Jacques Verger Leen Dorsman (Utrecht University) Digital academic history in the Netherlands Rainer Schwinges – Kaspar Gubler (Universität Bern) The new RAG-Online-Database: technical aspects and features, research functions and results demonstrations Andrea Daltri (Università di Bologna) Neighbour databases: a peaceful coexistence between RAG and ASFE

Coffee break Jean-Philippe Genet – Stéphane Lamassé (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Les derniers développements de Studium, Prosop et Clio-DBF Stefania Zucchini – Marco Menzenghi – Giulio Quaresima (Università di Perugia) Perugia University students in the 16th-18th century: new digital resources for the Onomasticon database 15.00 h WorkShop – chair: Willem Frijhoff Francesco Beretta (Université de Lyon) – Thomas Riechert (Universität Leipzig) The heloisenetwork.eu platform (http://heloisenetwork.eu/platform): current features for historical research and opportunities for cooperation Coffee break Discussion on the proposal Beretta – Riechert
Friday 21 October Perugia, Palazzo Murena, Sala Dessau, p.zza dell’Università 1 9.00 h Section 2 – chair: Mordechai Feingold Victor Karady (Central European University, Budapest) Processes of internationalisation in Hungarian social sciences before and after the transition from communism to democracy in 1989. A study based on serial data on the staff and their publications in different disciplines Robert Anderson (University of Edinburgh) Scottish university professors 1800-1939: proposal for a database Christa-Irene Klein (Universität Freiburg) Biography, prosopography and quantitative research – Actor-centred approaches to the History of Universities. A case study on the Philosophical Faculty of Freiburg University 1945-65
Manuel Martínez Neira (Universidad Carlos III, Madrid) El doctorado en derecho en la universidad liberal Coffee break Francisco Javier Rubio Muñoz (Universidad de Salamanca) Professors at the University of Salamanca in Golden Ages. Prosopography and databases Leonidas Rados (“A.D. Xenopol” Institute of History, Iași) Romanian students at the University of Turin, Italy (mid 19th century) Gustavo Alares López – Miquel A. Marín-Gelabert – Ignacio Peiró Martín (Universidad de Zaragoza) The biography of a professional community. The Online Biographical Dictionary of History Professors
15.00 h Section 3 – chair: Mauro Moretti Marco Cavina (Università di Bologna) Scuola Giuridica Bolognese. La Facoltà e il Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche dall’Unità d’Italia al 1988 Gian Paolo Brizzi (Università di Bologna) L’équipe ASFE, un bilan. Anciens et nouveaux projets Annamaria Monti (Università Bocconi, Milano) Interdisciplinary legal studies and the emergence of academic disciplines: progress report of the project “Legal education in 19th-20th century Italy” presented at V Atelier Héloïse (Madrid 2015) Andrea Mariuzzo – Matteo Caponi (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa) Historical studies and academic profession in united Italy: a database of concorsi for university teaching posts (1859-1960)
Coffee break Ariane Dröscher (Università di Trento) A quantitative analysis of the staff and the institutions of the Italian Faculties of Science, 1860-1915 Simone Testa (Medici Archive Project) Italian Academies come social network: un database online Giuliana Adorni – Teresa Onori (Archivio di Stato di Roma) I laureati in utroque iure dello Studium Urbis nel secolo XVI nei verbali delle sedute di laurea della serie “Registra doctorum et decretorum” (1549-1729) dell’archivio universitario romano
Saturday 22 October Perugia, Dipartimento di Lettere, Sala delle Adunanze, p.zza F. Morlacchi 11 9.00 h Greetings from prof. Mario Tosti, Head of Department of Humanities Section 4 – chair: Ferdinando Treggiari Hermenegildo Fernandes – Armando Norte – André de Oliveira Leitão (Universidade de Lisboa), Oeconomia Studii. A database of a new project on funding, management and resources of the Portuguese University (13th-16th centuries) Cristina Dondi (University of Oxford) The visualisation of the reception of university texts printed in the 15th century – The 15cBOOKTRADE Project and its databases and web applications Maria Alessandra Panzanelli Fratoni (University of Oxford – Università di Perugia) University texts printed in the 15th century: Their production and transmission in print – The 15cBOOKTRADE Project and its databases and web applications
Coffee break Marie Bisson (Université de Caen) Indexing of critical editions and conception of prosopographic bases: a collaborative tool with TEI Laura Kolbe (University of Helsinki) “Singen, trinken und marschieren”: political and symbolic dimensions of student cultures at the Baltic Sea 1856-2016 15.00 h Session of the Héloïse Advisory Board Meeting of the Commission Internationale pour l’Histoire des Universités (CIHU) / International Commission for the History of Universities (ICHU)
Cisui – Centro interuniversitario per la storia delle università italiane General Secretary Prof. Gian Paolo Brizzi http://www.cisui.unibo.it via Galliera, 3 – 40121 Bologna c.p. 82, 40134 Bologna-22 Secretariat Dott.ssa Ilaria Maggiulli e-mail: cisui.redazione@unibo.it tel. +39 051 224113 +39 329 1725430 Images taken from The costume of the University of Oxford, illustrated by a series of engravings from original drawings by Thomas Uwins […], London, printed for R. Ackermann, 1815; The history of the colleges of Winchester, Eton, and Westminster […], London, printed for and published by R. Ackermann, 1816
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