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Approaches & Applications

jesus college, Oxford, 15-18 july 2005

Organised by the Prosopography Centre of the Modern History Research Unit

(University of Oxford)









Sponsored by

British Academy

Royal Historical Society

The conference seeks to bring together a wide range of scholars encompassing all chronological periods for an opportunity to meet others and to discuss the history and uses of the prosopographical method in history. It is being organized by researchers in prosopography at the Modern History Research Unit, Oxford, who will be launching their Guide to the Principles and Practice of Prosopography at the Conference.


There still some places left, if you want to register please send your registration form and deposit as soon as possible.


The themes covered include:


* Working towards definition, prosopography vs. collective biography

* Why prosopography?

* Intersections: prosopography & onomastics, place-names, source criticism

* The future of prosopography

* Teaching techniques

* Prosopography and Computing
-database construction
-text encoding
-network analysis




Page last updated 29 June 2005.


Email: prosop@history.ox.ac.uk