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ATHANASIUS KIRCHER CORRESPONDENCE PROJECT

   CREDITS AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
 

REPRESENTATIVES OF PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS

Prof. Paolo GALLUZZI, Director of the Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Florence
Fr. Marcel CHAPPIN, S.J., Archivist of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
Prof. Filippo FABROCINI, Director, Centro di Calcolo of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
Prof. John BREWER, Department of History and Civilisation, European University Institute, Fiesole

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EDITORS

Dr. Michael John GORMAN, Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Cambridge MA
Nick WILDING, European University Institute, Fiesole

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DATABASE MANAGEMENT

Dott. Andrea SCOTTI, Institute and Museum for the History of Science, Florence

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ASP-PROGRAMMING

Daniele NUZZO, Institute and Museum for the History of Science, Florence

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SCHOLARLY ADVISORY BOARD

Prof. Ferdinando ABBRI, UniversitÓ di Arezzo
Dr. Jim BENNETT, Museum for the History of Science, Oxford
Prof. Mario BIAGIOLI, Harvard University
Dott. Massimo BUCCIANTINI, Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence
Dr. Charles BURNETT, Warburg Institute, London
Dott.essa Anna CITERNESI, Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence
Prof. Joseph CONNORS, Columbia University
Prof. John BREWER, European University Institute, Florence
Prof. Mordechai FEINGOLD, Virginia Polytechnic and State University
Prof. Paula FINDLEN, Stanford University
Prof. Paolo GALLUZZI, Institute and Museum of the History of Science, Florence
Prof. Anthony GRAFTON, Princeton University
Prof. John L. HEILBRON, University of California, Berkeley
Dr. Jill KRAYE, Warburg Institute, London
Prof. Pietro REDONDI, University of Bologna
Dr. Simon SCHAFFER, Cambridge University
Dr. Liba TAUB, Whipple Museum for the History of Science, Cambridge

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TECHNICAL ADVISORS

Dott.ssa Luisa BARRATIN, Institute and Museum of History of Science, Florence
Dott. Marco BERNI, Institute and Museum for the History of Science, Florence
Prof. Filippo FABROCINI, Director, Centro di Calcolo of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
Ing. Gianfranco FATTORINI, Centro di Calcolo of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome
Dr. Michael GOERKE, European University Institute, Florence
Prof. Manfred THALLER, Humanities Information Technology Research Programme, Bergen, Norway

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MANUSCRIPTS AND ARCHIVAL ASSISTANCE

Fr. Marcel CHAPPIN, S.J., Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome

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IMAGE-PROCESSING

Dott.ssa Luisa BARRATIN, Institute and Museum of History of Science, Florence
Dott.ssa Monica TASSI, Institute and Museum of History of Science, Florence
Dr. Michael John GORMAN, Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Cambridge MA
Nick WILDING, European University Institute, Florence

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PHOTOGRAPHY AND SCANNING

Dr. Michael John GORMAN, Dibner Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Cambridge MA
Franca PRINCIPE, Institute and Museum for the History of Science, Florence
Dott. Humberto SERRA, Rome
Nick WILDING, European University Institute, Florence

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ASSISTANCE WITH ORIENTAL LANGUAGES

Dr. Charles BURNETT of the Warburg Institute, London (Arabic)
Dr.Sebastian BROCK of the Oriental Institute, Oxford (Syriac)
Prof. Jan HOGENDIJK of the University of Utrecht (Arabic)
Dr. Maria Teresa PENELAS, of the Warburg Institute, London (Arabic)
Dr. James RUSSELL of Harvard University (Armenian)

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NOTE ON SCHOLARLY CONTRIBUTIONS

In general, where specific scholarly assistance has been provided to the editors of the Kircher project this will be acknowledged at the appropriate point in the database.

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FINANCIAL SUPPORT

The first phase of this project has been realized through the financial support of the Institute and Museum of History of Science, by way of a grant from the Italian Ministry of Universities and Research, and through the financial support of the European University Institute in Florence.

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FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT

The project has benefitted from computer equipment purchased by the European University Institute.
The scanning of the manuscripts took place in the Centro di Calcolo of the Pontifical Gregorian University, and benefitted from its computer equipment and staff.

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