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The History of Political Discourse Virtual Research Group

Speaker(s): Simon Hodson; Mark Knights

Session Abstract

Presenting innovative research practice, this paper reports on the use of Sakai to support the work of a dispersed, interdisciplinary project examining key words and concepts in early-modern political discourse.

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