Scientific board

The Hypotheses’ scientific board and its foreign language counterparts work with the OpenEdition team to determine the platform’s scientific approach and strategy. The board also helps review applications for new blogs.

Hypotheses as seen by the scientific board

How Hypotheses’ scientific board functions and its scope

Meet the members of the Hypotheses’ scientific board and its foreign language counterparts:

Hypotheses’ scientific board

Spanish scientific board

German scientific board


English scientific board:

Anne Baillot
Full Professor of German Studies, Le Mans Université
Hypotheses blogs: Digital Intellectuals, 140 Caractères and Wikipedia and the Humanities

Annika Rockenberger
Senior Academic Librarian, University of Oslo Library
Hypotheses blogs: Greflinger – Digitale Edition, Digital Textology, NorKorr – Norwegian Correspondences

Danny Millum
Deputy Editor, Reviews in History and Editorial Assistant (Web), University of London

Franziska Heimburger
Senior Lecturer, Paris-Sorbonne
Hypotheses blog: Histoire(s) de 14-18

Guido Koller
Senior Historian, Swiss Federal Archives, Berne
Hypotheses blog: We think History

Lisa Smith
Lecturer in Digital History, University of Essex
Hypotheses blogs: The Recipes Project, EMROC, and The Digital Recipe Books Project

Marin Dacos
French Coordinator for Open Science, Ministry of Higher Education and Research – France

Pierre Mounier
Deputy director – International development, Centre for Open Electronic Publishing

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