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. Continue reading “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.
In the last week of November, a ReIReS workshop on FAIR data use was held in Mainz, organized by the Leibniz Institute of European History. We interviewed Anna Aschauer, one of the participants and co-organizer of the workshop. Continue reading “How to Implement FAIR Data Principles?”
FAIR Data Use was the topic of the workshop that was organized this week by Brepols and the Leibniz Institute of European History in Mainz, allowing ReIReS to analyse its data for the FAIR principle. Continue reading “Scholarly Exchange Digital Humanities Exciting and Necessary”
During the week of 22-26 October a Workshop on Management of Special Collections for Research Purposes was held in Warsaw. Gergana Ganeva attended the workshop. Read here her blog on the trends in digitalization of primary sources. Continue reading “Researchable Databases are Needed”