Knowledge of HTML (standard markup language for web pages) and CSS (stylesheet used to format the layout of webpages) can be beneficial for humanists. That was the conclusion of a training session given by Ilenia Laudito at the Leibniz-Institute of European History in Mainz. Continue reading “HTML? CSS? How Humanists Can Benefit From It”
The KU Leuven Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies is launching a call for applications for its ReIReS Course on “Digital Humanities and Historical Religious Studies”, which will be held at KU Leuven on December 7-9, 2020 (new dates), preceding, and in close partnership with the ReIReS Course organized at Turnhout.
Brepols is launching a call for applications for its ReIReS Course on “Digital Resources for Patristic, Medieval and Religious Studies”, which will be held in Turnhout on December 9-11, 2020 (new dates), following immediately upon, and in close partnership with the ReIReS Course organized at KU Leuven.
Markus Müller of the Leibniz Institute of European History in Mainz has become enthousiastic about Transkribus. He got to know the application better through a ReIReS workshop, and is now making others enthusiastic about it.
The recently held ReIReS DH Course in Sofia attracted several scholars from all over Europe. One of the participants, Martin Lüstraeten of the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz shared his experiences with us. Continue reading “Learning About Digital Resources for Slavonic-Byzantine Studies”