Eirini Goudarouli

  • Position: Digital and Technology Lead
  • Specialism: Digital, History of Science
  • eirini.goudarouli@nationalarchives.gsi.gov.uk

Eirini is the Digital and Technology Research Lead based in the Research Team at The National Archives. In 2015 she received a doctorate in History of Science from the University of Athens, and has been a visiting scholar at the University of Cambridge and the University of Helsinki.

Eirini has extensive experience working on collaborative interdisciplinary research projects across the Archival and Higher Education sectors, and is currently an Associate Research Fellow at the department of English and Humanities, Birkbeck, London.

Her current research interests include digital humanities and digital archives, new thinking around digital and historical collection-based research, and the collection, storage, and research of born-digital records.


E. Goudarouli and D. Petakos, ‘Translating the concept of Experiment: from the 17th century English context to the Greek-Speaking Regions of the Ottoman Empire’, in E. Goudarouli (ed.), Special Section: Knowledge Quests in European Periphery, Contributions to the History of Concepts (forthcoming, 2017).

‘Conceptual Change in the History of Science: Some Methodological and Theoretical Reflections’, in Greek Society for the Study and Dissemination of the History of Science and Technology, ed. Ekdotiki Athinon (2013).


Mapping the Enlightenment: Intellectual Networks and the Making of Knowledge in the European Periphery

Katoptron: The Digital Library of the Greek Philosophical Manuscripts, 17th-19th century

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