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Philip Beeley (University of Oxford)
A World Apart: On the Scientific Correspondence between the Academia naturae curiosorum and the Royal Society (Abstract & Permalink)

Mark Brayshay (University of Plymouth)
Tudor and Stuart Provincial Posting and the Development of England’s Exchequer-Funded Postal Network (Abstract & Permalink)

Simon Burrows (University of Leeds)
Mapping the Intellectual and Business Networks of the Société Typographique de Neuchâtel (Abstract & Permalink)

Giovanna Ceserani (Stanford University)
Mapping the Republic of Letters: Visualizing Early Modern Networks (Abstract & Permalink)

Michal Choptiany (Jagiellonian University)
Socinian Education in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: Intellectual Geography at Work (Abstract & Permalink)

Cory Cotter (University of Virginia)
Going Dutch: The Intellectual Geography of the Restoration Diaspora (Abstract & Permalink)

Mark Curran (University of Leeds)
The Geography and Structure of the Late Eighteenth-Century Book Trade (Abstract & Permalink)

Katherine East (Royal Holloway, University of London)
The Uniting Power of Freethought? Analysing the Intellectual Exchange between John Toland, Eugene of Savoy, and the Baron von Hohendorff (Abstract & Permalink)

Vittoria Feola (Medical University of Vienna)
The Viennese Imperial Library in the Republic of Letters, particularly in the period 1630-80 (Abstract & Permalink)

Charles van den Heuveul (Huygens Institute) & Nicole Coleman (Stanford University)
Visualizing Uncertainty and Complexity: Humanistic Methods for Mapping the Intellectual Geography of the Early Modern Period (Abstract & Permalink)

Kat Hill (University of Oxford)
The Contours of Non-Conformity in Lutheran Central Germany, 1550-1600 (Abstract & Permalink)

Howard Hotson (University of Oxford)
Small is Beautiful: Territorial Fragmentation and Intellectual Activity in the Holy Roman Empire, c.1550-1700 (Abstract & Permalink)

Vera Keller (University of Oregon)
Situating Thermometers: The Instrumentum Drebilianum, Invention Claims, and Intellectual Geography (Abstract & Permalink)

Magdalena Komorowska (Jagiellonian University)
Peregrination of a Jesuit Sermon: Piotr Skargha’s Mounting for Battle before the Livonian Campaign of 1601 (Abstract & Permalink)

Per Landgren (University of Gothenburg/University of Oxford)
From Imperial Free City to Baltic Empire: Political Humanism and its Ramifications in Sweden in the Era of the Thirty Years’ War (Abstract & Permalink)

Kim McLean-Fiander (University of Oxford)
Textual Geographies: The Literary and Social Networks of Aemilia Lanyer (1569-1645) (Abstract & Permalink)

Nausicaa Milani (University of Parma)
The Empirical Interpretation of French Cartesianism: The Académie des Sciences, the Journal des Sçavans, and the Relationship with the Royal Society (Abstract & Permalink)

Victor Morgan (University of East Anglia)
Place and Season: Some Changing Geographies of Communication in Elizabethan and Jacobean England (Abstract & Permalink)

Miles Ogborn (Queen Mary, University of London)
What is Intellectual Geography? (Abstract & Permalink)

Carol Pal (Bennington College)
An Ephemeral Academy at the Exile Court: The Hague in the 1630s (Abstract & Permalink)

Leigh Penman (University of Oxford)
Intellectual Geography and the Making of the First German Philosopher: Jakob Böhme (1575-1624) and Görlitz (Abstract & Permalink)

Tamson Pietsch (Brunel University)
Intellectual Geographies and the Universities of the British Empire, 1850-1939 (Abstract & Permalink)

Anna Marie Roos (University of Oxford)
Every Man’s Companion: Or, A useful Pocket-Book: The Travel Journal of Dr Martin Lister (1639-1712) (Abstract & Permalink)

Olaf Simons (Forschungszentrum Gotha)
The Production and Consumption of Books in Early Modern England and Germany: A Comparative Analysis of Markets (Abstract & Permalink)

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