There are currently twelve doctoral students working at the IMPRS "Knowledge and Its Resources."
Dissertation projects cover a broad thematic, temporal, and geographical range and cut across historical disciplines.
Through the notion of “resources,” the projects make fruitful a historically grounded and critical approach that highlights how knowledge emerges historically and how political systems, technological infrastructures, and social interaction shape the resource economics of knowledge cultures.
See all doctoral students of the first cohort (class 2022) and their projects here.
Learn more about the doctoral students of the second cohort (class 2023) and their projects here.