The following research and resource exhibitions are in progress:

 

H-Ideas: Premodern Universities | Blog at H-Net (only H-Commons members)

This blog wants to open a project that started in 2015 with a British Academy/Leverhulme Small Grant to bring together an international working group scrutinising the nature and scope of higher learning and collaborative networks from the late Middle Ages to the era of Enlightenment.  Novel approaches consider topics that university historians have largely ignored: the intense collaboration between university scholars and instructors; printers and providers of teaching objects and tools; administrators and students at academies, independent colleges, gymnasiums and Latin schools.

 

Exams, Disputes and Dissertations: The Making of Medical Knowledge in Early Modern Europe (only members)

How did early modern scholars work together to generate and publish new medical knowledge? This project examines an important bibliographic discovery: a set of 176 treatises, pamphlets, dissertations and disputations written by the renowned physician and professor of anatomy Daniel Sennert (Wrocław 1572–Wittenberg 1637) in his lifetime and in collaboration with 488 different co-authors, most of them his supervised doctoral students.

 

Storing, Archiving, Organizing: The Changing Dynamics of Scholarly Information Management in Post-Reformation Zurich (only members)

This website is a non-profit organization with the goal to provide information and resources for questions stirred by the reading of Storing, Archiving, Organizing: The Changing Dynamics of Scholarly Information Management in Post-Reformation Zurich (2017).