We invite you to watch the third video from the series of interviews with ReIReS package leaders. This time we spoke with Alberto Melloni from the Fondazione per le scienze religiose “Giovanni XXIII” Read More >> ““Knowledge Creates…” #3 – Alberto Melloni Offers Insight Into the Project’s Identity”
ReIReS offers scholarships for researchers from the member states of the EU and from the countries associated to Horizon 2020 on historical religious studies at fourteen facilities located in European research centres and universities in Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, and Italy.
Brepols Publishers is offering a special prize of € 1.000 (excl. VAT) to ReIReS partners for publishing open access articles that deal with or are related to the work of ReIReS. Read More >> “Open Access @Brepols Publishers”
In the framework of Workpackage 6, KU Leuven developed an overview with existing datasets within the ReIReS consortium. This overview serves as a first step towards a unified discovery platform and gives researchers an insight into the material that is available at the partner institutions. Read More >> “Overview Datasets Available”
The Fondazione per le scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII is offering three places, of which one or more with a scholarship, in the fields of the history of religions, exegesis, and theology to candidates for the three years post-graduate specialization course (2018–2021) at the Alberigo School PhD Program in the Study of Religion.