Inscription, Digitization and the Shape of Knowledge
How does the digitization of archival information influence knowledge? Learn about Dr. Lauren Kassell's 10-year project to digitize one of the largest surviving sets of private medical records in history—the 80,000 consultations recorded by the seventeenth-century astrologer-physicians Simon Forman and Richard Napier—with responses from New York University thought leaders across various fields. Panelists will respond from the varying perspectives of their own work.
Lauren Kassell, Director of the Casebooks Project, Reader in the History of Science and Medicine, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge
Cliff Siskin, Henry W. and Alfred A. Berg Professor of English and American Literature, New York University
Lisa Gitelman, Professor of Media and English, New York University
Matthew Hockenberry, PhD Candidate, Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, New York University
Moderated by Marion Thain, Associate Director of Digital Humanities for the Faculty of Arts and Science, New York University
Co-sponsored by NYU's Department of English.
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