The first ReIReS Course on digital humanities and religious studies was full of information, challenges, tasks, feedback and tools. Read More >> ““Useful Tools to Make History More ‘Touchable’””
Carlo Bovolo is one of the first scholars who made use of the ReIReS transnational access scholarships. He worked two weeks in the facilities of KU Leuven and tells us now how he experienced this scholarship.
The Fondazione per le scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna is pleased to announce the next ReIReS Course on digital humanities and religious studies, 3-5 July 2019 in Bologna. Especially – but not only – PhD students and postdocs are welcome, both from ReIReS partners and other institutions. Read More >> “ReIReS Course: Digital Humanities and Religious Studies in Italy”
The ReIReS workshop at the office of CNR was dedicated to the presence and the quality of the religious history in school texts and on the relevance that education has in the construction of a common European cultural space. Read More >> “Facing the Challenge of Religious Illiteracy”
The EU funded project “Research Infrastructure on Religious Studies” (ReIReS) offers scholars the opportunity to spend two weeks in one of fourteen outstanding European research centres (libraries and archives) in Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, and Italy to carry out their research project in Historical Religious Studies. Applications are welcome before February 18, 2019. Read More >> “Call for Applications ReIReS Scholarships for Transnational Access”