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This HiStories episode intends to mark the 100 years since the establishment of the International Committee on Intellectual Cooperation in 1922. Among the members of this League of Nations’ consultative body were prominent scientists and intellectuals such as Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Henry Bergson, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Jagadish Chandra Bose, Nitobe Inazo, and Gabriela Mistral.

It will explore the impact of digitization for researchers. The participants could explain how digitization is changing their practices and how they consider it might change the way of conducting research. Contrary to what has been done until now, the discussion will focus on their personal experience more than specific research projects linked with digital archives.

So come to learn more about: 

- The history of the intellectual cooperation and its legacy until today.

- To have a better understanding on the state of research on intellectual cooperation.

- How the digitization of archives impacts research.