Dr Stefano Gandolfo: Of Trees and Rivers: Cultural Assumptions within Digital Humanities
Dr Stefano Gandolfo (2021 Bayly Prize Finalist)
Please join us at 6.30pm on Friday February 25th for a hybrid lecture by Dr Stefano Ganolfo entitled Of Trees and Rivers: Cultural Assumptions within Digital Humanities.
When you register, please specify whether you plan to attend at the Society ‘in person’ or ‘online only’.
You can register by emailing Matty Bradley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Free and open to all at Royal Asiatic Society, 14 Stephenson Way, London NW1 2HD.
Stefano recently completed his PhD at Oxford working on the Siku Quanshu, the largest pre-modern Chinese encyclopaedia. He is a graduate of Yale University, double-majoring in Economics and Philosophy (cum-laude, Honors in Philosophy), and Peking University where he read Chinese Philosophy (taught in Chinese). After graduating from Oxford, he returned to his native country of Greece to carry out his military service where he was selected for the Presidential Guard. He is currently working at the Ministry of Education in Greece advising on matters of internationalisation of higher education.