Mapping the Republic of Letters About the Project Before email, faculty meetings, international colloquia, and professional associations, the world of scholarship relied on its own networks: networks of correspondence that stretched across countries and continents; the social networks created by scientific academies; and the physical networks brought about by travel. These networks were the lifelines of learning, from the age of Erasmus to the age of Franklin. They facilitated the dissemination&emdash;and the criticism&emdash;of ideas, the spread of political news, as well as the circulation of people and objects. But what did these networks actually look like?
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Draft text by Lev Manovich (August 4-6, 2011). All projects and visualizations are created by members of Software Studies Initiative (credits appear under the images on Flickr) Batch image processing softwate: Sunsern Cheamanunkul and Jeremy Douglass. ImagePlot visualization software: Lev Manovich, Jeremy Douglass, Nadia Xiangfei Zeng. ImagePlot documentation: Tara Zepel. Style Space: How to compare image sets and follow their evolution
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