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Workshop on Persistence, Transmission, and Circulation of Scholarly Vices

On August 23-25, 2023, the Leiden University Institute for History will host a three-day workshop on “Scholarly Vices: Persistence, Transmission, Circulation.” The event will bring together fifteen experts from across Europe and North America to discuss how and why scholarly vices persisted over time. Among the speakers are Richard Newhauser (Tempe, Arizona), Sorana Corneanu (Bucharest), Sari Kivistö (Tampere), Jamie Cohen-Cole (Washington D.C.), Arnoud Visser (Utrecht), Marian Füssel (Göttingen), Lukas Verburgt (Amsterdam), Pieter Huistra (Utrecht), Dieter Fuchs (Vienna), and Amy Chambers (Manchester). The workshop will result in an edited volume, to be published in 2025.