Three Vossius Research Fellowships awarded
The Vossius Center for the History of Humanities and Sciences has awarded the first three Vossius Research Fellowships to the following researchers:
- Camille Paloque-Berges (CNAM, Paris): “Early European networks, Dutch nodes: History of the WWW”
- Cesare Pastorino (TU Berlin): “The Dense and Rare: Quantification of Matter and the Exchange of Practical and Learned Knowledge in Early Modern Europe”
- Lukas Verburgt (U. of Amsterdam): “John Venn: A Life in Logic”
The research fellows will start with their projects later this academic year at the Vossius Center in Amsterdam.