This collection of essays by leading scholars reflects new interest in how graphic devices contributed to the production of knowledge during a formative period of European history. Continue reading “The Visualization of Knowledge in Medieval and Early Modern Europe”
Pulchritudo tam antiqua et tam nova is the title of the volume containing studies in History of Christianity in Honour of Mathijs Lamberigts. The volume contains twenty-two articles that colleagues and friends will offer him for his 65th birthday. Continue reading “Studies in History of Christianity in Honour of Mathijs Lamberigts”
Recently two Graz researchers made an amazing discovery. In this interview, Eprhem Ishac tells us how an orphan fragment could meet its mother manuscript after a separation of many centuries and how academic data sharing supported this. Continue reading “From Syria to Yerevan and from Egypt to London – an Interview with Ephrem Ishac”
The Graz researchers Ephrem Aboud Ishac and Erich Renhart of our collaboration partner Vestigia were able to attribute the top half of a parchment sheet, which is now in the Mesrob Maschtots Institute for Ancient Manuscripts (Matenadaran) in Yerevan in Armenia, to a 1000 years old Syriac manuscript from the British Library. Without accessible digitized libraries and repositories this would have been unthinkable.
The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) awards 8–10 fellowships for international doctoral students in European history, the history of religion, historical theology, or other historical disciplines. The IEG funds PhD projects on European history from the early modern period until 1989/90. Continue reading “IEG Fellowships for Doctoral Students”