September 26, 2019

Martin Grandjean joins the Programming Historian Project Team

Sofia Papastamkou

We are excited to announce that Martin Grandjean joined the editorial board of the Programming Historian!

Martin is currently a junior lecturer in contemporary history at the University of Lausanne. He also teaches history and digital humanities at the Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. He is a member of the board of Humanistica, the French-speaking association for Digital Humanities, and the Steering Committee of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). His main research domain is network analysis in history with a focus on intellectual history and history of international organizations. His recent publications range from the analysis of the digital humanities community on Twitter to the study of specific historical networks and theoretical contributions on the use of network analysis in history. You can find out more on Martin’s work on his personal blog.

Martin will reinforce the Programming Historian en français where he will contribute as an editor and translator. We are all eager to work with him on further explanding the French-speaking project and wish him a very warm welcome. Sois le bienvenu, Martin!

About the author

Sofia Papastamkou is a historian and Research Engineer in Digital Humanities at the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS). She is currently assigned to the Institut de recherches historiques du Septentrion (IRHiS, CNRS/University of Lille). ORCID id icon