Centre for Global Knowledges Studies (GloKnoS)

    GloKnoS is a multi-disciplinary research centre and intellectual community concerned with the constitution, diffusion, exchange, and use of human knowledges throughout history. Click to read more. 

    German Historical Institute

    GHI is a transatlantic bridge connecting American and European scholars and seeks to make their research accessible to decision-makers in the public and private sectors as well as to a general audience.  Click to read more. 


    MindPrint is a conceptual analysis tool designed to explore how companies and other institutions, through their products and services, structurally affect human agency and capabilities, and whether that inhibits people from "being human." The project is led by Fred Gertsen, formerly an Executive Fellow at Erasmus University Rotterdam and a partner of PwC in the Netherlands. Click to read more.

    Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI)

    In 2018, the Institute became a member of the CHCI, a global network of over 200 humanities centers, institutes, research libraries, and related organizations. It is the most extensive collective network of, and voice for, interdisciplinary Humanities centers in the world. Click to read more. 

    Vossius Center for the History of Science and the Humanities at the University of Amsterdam

    The Vossius Center explicitly aims to explore new research directions in the history of the humanities and sciences as well as in university history, through workshops, lectures, master classes and actively stimulating research funding. Click to read more. 

    Lund Centre for the History of Knowledge (LUCK)

    History of knowledge has emerged as a new and vital scholarly field in the last decade. In Lund, we have since 2014 been engaged in establishing the history of knowledge in Sweden and the rest of the Nordic countries. We conduct research, publish texts, discuss scholarship, give courses, attend conferences, organize workshops and cultivate contacts with the wider world – everything in order to develop the history of knowledge. Click to read more.

    History of Knowledge Seminar Series at Utrecht University

    Since the start of the 21st Century, the history of knowledge is rapidly emerging as a promising new scholarly field. Though young and still far from coherent, its ambition to broaden the geography and chronology of science is pushing the theoretical boundaries and practices of historical research. Crucial to its development is the creation of new research centres and meeting places, whether virtual or physical. Click to read more.