Berlin, Berlin

A couple of good news to explain my silence these past two weeks (besides the organizing conferences and giving papers thing):

1) The book Netzwerke des Wissens. Das intellektuelle Berlin um 1800, edited by me, is published! You can find more informations here.

2) Yet another Berlin-book: Berlins 19. Jahrhundert. Ein Metropolen-Kompendium (by Roland Berbig, Iwan d’Aprile, Helmut Peitsch, Erhard Schütz) reached my mailbox the exact same day.You can find among the almost 40 papers one by me on Friedrich von Raumer and one by Anna on Hitzig.

I will be giving a talk on Thursday on “Handschriftliches und Digitales von August Boeckh” – I will post it here tomorrow (please polish your German until then).


Anne Baillot

I studied German Studies and Philosophy in Paris where I got my PhD in 2002. I then moved to Berlin, where I have been living & doing research ever since. My areas of specialty include German literature, Digital Humanities, textual scholarship and intellectual history. I am currently working at the Centre Marc Bloch in Berlin as an expert in digital technologies for the humanities.

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