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* LP 3: Stanford, December 4–6, 2017. Organizers: Nicole Coleman & Karl Grossner. http://shc.stanford.edu/events/linked-pasts-iii-new-voices-old-places
 
* LP 3: Stanford, December 4–6, 2017. Organizers: Nicole Coleman & Karl Grossner. http://shc.stanford.edu/events/linked-pasts-iii-new-voices-old-places
 
* LP 2: Madrid, December 15–16, 2016. http://linhd.uned.es/p/simposio-pelagios/
 
* LP 2: Madrid, December 15–16, 2016. http://linhd.uned.es/p/simposio-pelagios/
* LP 1: King's College London, July 20–21, 2015. Organizers: Gabriel Bodard & Leif Isaksen. http://commons.pelagios.org/2015/08/linked-pasts/
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* LP 1: King's College London, July 20–21, 2015. Organizers: Gabriel Bodard & Leif Isaksen. ([http://web.archive.org/web/20170325022003/http://commons.pelagios.org/2015/08/linked-pasts/ Wayback Machine link])
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:53, 22 October 2020

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Organizers

  • Local organizers vary by year
  • LP6 (2020) Organizers: Gabriel Bodard, Gethin Rees & Valeria Vitale

Description

The Linked Pasts conference is held once per year, and aims to bring together scholars and practitioners with an interest in Linked Open Data relating to the historical world. Drawing inspiration from the LAWD and Pelagios projects, Linked Pasts is now an independent movement with a organizing body made up of organizers of all past conferences in the series.

Past conferences