Leor Jacobi from Bar-Ilan-University in Israel is the first scholar who received a ReIReS Transnational Access Scholarship at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU).
The University in Sofia is pleased to announce the ReIReS School 22-27 September 2019 on the use and study of special documents. Especially – but not only – PhD students and postdocs are welcome, both from ReIReS partners and other institutions. Read More >> “Announcement and Invitation: ReIReS School in Sofia, September 2019”
The European Academy of Religion offered Horizon 2020 funded projects like ReIReS a podium to present their projects and to exchange with people involved in other projects in the field of religion and religious diversity, like RetopEA, Inter-Religio, Grassrootsmobilise, and Asiti. Read More >> “ReIReS in Contact with Other H2020 Funded Projects: Involve Younger Generations”
The workshop of the ReIReS training programme, February 25-28, 2019, showed convincingly the necessity of internal and interdisciplinary knowledge transfer between scholars and others working in the field of historical religious studies and building a research infrastructure. Read More >> “Interdisciplinary Contacts Needed while Building a Research Infrastructure”
One of the aims of ReIReS is to foster internal knowledge transfer among its partners. Earlier this week, Anna Skolimowska of the University of Warsaw implemented this very concretely by handing a set of precious books containing texts and correspondence of Ioannes Dantiscus to Valentina Calvelli, librarian of Fscire in Bologna.