Archivio di Stato di Venezia

    Archivio di Stato di Venezia, translated as "The State Archive of Venice," preserves the testimonies of over a thousand years of history, from the first attestations of the birth of the city until the twentieth century. Archivio di Stato di Venezia is located in the Franciscan friary convent. A future collaboration with the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge is being discussed. Click to read more. 

    Centre for Global Knowledges Studies (GloKnoS)

    The Centre for Global Knowledge Studies will launch in Autumn 2018 at CRASSH, University of Cambridge. SIFK and GloKnoS plan to collaborate after the launch of the new center. Click to read more. 

    Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI)

    In 2018, SIFK 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. 

    German Historical Institute

    SIFK and the German Historical Institute are collaborating on a special issue of KNOW: The Journal on the Formation of Knowledge entitled "Knowledge and Young Migrants." Click to read more. 


    MindPrint is a conceptual analysis tool being used in this project led by Fred Gertsen, a former partner of PwC in the Netherlands, to look at how companies and other institutions, through their products and services, structurally affect human agency and capabilities, and whether that inhibits people from "being human." Click to read more.

    swissnex Network

    swissnex is the Swiss global network connecting the dots in education, research, and innovation. Their mission is to support the outreach and active engagement of their partners in the international exchange of knowledge, ideas and talent. 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.