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Robert Casties

Research Scholar (Since 2002)

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Robert Casties joined the MPIWG in 2002. He is a member of the Institute’s Research IT Group and a Research Scholar of Department II.

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Albert Einstein—Chief Engineer of the Universe (Exhibition 2005)

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Islamic Scientific Manuscripts Initiative (ISMI)

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Reading Early Medicine

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Selected Publications

Graßhoff, Gerd, Robert Casties, and Kärin Nickelsen (2000). Zur Theorie des Experiments : Überlegungen am Beispiel der Entdeckung des Harnstoffzyklus. Bern studies for the history and philosophy of science. Bern: Univ. Bern.

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Casties, Robert and Dirk Wintergrün (2015). “Bilder als Quelle in TextGrid.” In TextGrid : von der Community – für die Community ; eine virtuelle Forschungsumgebung für die Geisteswissenschaften, ed. H. Neuroth, A. Rapp , and S. Söring, 153–163. Glückstadt: Hülsbusch. https://univerlag.uni-goettingen.de/bitstream/handle/3/Neuroth_TextGrid/TextGrid_book.pdf.

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Events

Digital Humanities Workshop

Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

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Workshop

Research Data Management & Infrastructures in the Humanities 2021

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POSTPONED: Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

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Digitizing Land: Methods and Visualizing a Fifteenth-Century Egyptian Cadastral Survey

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Digital Humanities Brown Bag Lunch

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Project Management Tools

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Digital Humanities: Multilinguality, Non-Latin Scripts and the Library

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Digital Scholarship in the Study of Historical Japanese Earthquakes

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Visualizing the History of Knowledge: Methods and Epistemic Implications of Digital Humanities' Visual Techniques

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Navigating between Political Authorities: Chinese Rockefeller Fellows in Biology and Chemistry and their Career Trajectories, 1949–66

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