WORKSHOP: From Quantitative to Qualitative Analysis: New Perspectives on Research in Social History, Chicago14/10


9:30-10:00 Coffee and Welcome, Paul Cheney (University of Chicago)

10:00-10:45 Jo Guldi (History, Southern Methodist University), “On the Interpretation of History by Squiggle: Visualizing Change Beyond the N-Gram.” Chair: Elizabeth Chaterjeee (University of Chicago)

10:45-11:30 Yves Gingras, (History, Université du Quebec à Montreal) “How Bibliometric Methods Can Map the Global Structure and Dynamics of Science from the 17th to the 21st Century.” Chair: Michael Rossi (University of Chicago

11:45-12:30 Loïc Charles (Economics, Université de Paris-8) and Guillaume Daudin (Economics, Université de Paris Dauphine), “Mapping the World of Eighteenth-Century Commodities with a Multidimensional Database.” Chair: Paul Cheney (University of Chicago)

Lunch, 12:30-1:45

1:45-2:30 Paul Maneuvrier-Hervieu (History, Université de Caen), “Using and publishing a database: the benefits of XML format for an historical research on food riots in the Eighteenth Century.” Chair: Allan Potofsky (University of Paris-7)

2:30-3:15 Silvia Marzagalli (History, Université de Nice), “Visualizing Early Modern Trade: the Navigocorpus.” Chair: Alain Bresson (University of Chicago)

3:30-4:15 Paul Girard (Médialab, Sciences Po, Paris) and Guillaume Plique (Médialab, Sciences Po, Paris), “Organizing the Reversible Chain of Transformations: from Trade Statistics records to Datascapes.” Chair: Loïc Charles (University of Paris-8)

4:15-4:45: Roundtable

Organization : Paul Cheney (Université de Chicago) et Allan Potofky (Université Paris Diderot) le vendredi 14 octobre prochain au Neubauer Collegium (Université de Chicago), Loic Charles (Université de Paris 8)

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