An Interdisciplinary Approach to ‘Newness’ in Historical Populations
An exploration of the methods, spatial, quantitative, and empirical, used in the creation of a highly complex application for computing 'newness' in historical cultures.
||Historical Knowlege Mapping, Prosopographies and Analysis, Communities of Knowledge, Past and Present
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.105-110.
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Canadian scholar and teacher engaged in an interdisciplinary research group together with Dr David Bellhouse (Statistics and Actuarial Sciences, UWO) and Dr Michael Bauer (Chair, Computer Sciences, UWO; Lead Investigator, SHARCNET, online data and knowledge network for Universities' research in Canada). Legislative Intern, Queen's Park, Toronto, Canada; B. A. (UWO); Ph. D. Cambridge University, Commonwealth Scholar (Canada), at Selwyn College, Cambridge. Supervisor, Sir Geoffrey Elton. Teaching and researching 'Historical Knowledge Mapping'. Interests: World Religions, Middle East. Rowing. See CV for publications and other scholarly interests.
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