Open Access Publications

Mihai Dragnea

The author, Mihai Dragnea, president of the Balkan History Association in Bucharest, used the ReIReS Transnational Access scholarship for a research stay at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz.

Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication Between Germans and Wends in the Second Half of the Tenth Century. Vāciešu un vendu savstarpējā verbālā un neverbālā saziņa 10. gadsimta otrajā pusē, in: Latvijas Vēstures Institūta Žurnāls/Journal of the Institute of Latvian History in Riga 2019. Nr. 2 (110), p. 5–33: https://doi.org/10.22364/lviz.110.01 

The article has been published  in the Journal of the Institute of Latvian History in Riga and can be accessed here.

(Tags: linguistic interactions; cultural borders; Wends; Duchy of Saxony; Thietmar of Merseburg; Adam of Bremen; Helmold of Bosau).

Ragnhild M. Bø

Ragnhild enjoyed a scholarship at KU Leuven under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Wim François. In here article  she aims to revisit the topic of the republished as a result of a ReIReS TNA scholarship, entitled The Resurrected Christ Appearing to His Mother in Late Medieval Netherlandish Altarpieces.

The Resurrected Christ Appearing to His Mother in Late Medieval Netherlandish Altarpieces, in: Journal of Art History 89 No. 3 (2020), pp. 165–190.

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Marie Škarpová

Marie Škarpová (Prague) enjoyed a ReIReS Scholarship at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz. Her article on Czech Rorate Chants: On the Desiderata and Challenges of Czech Literary Historiograpy, a result of this scholarship, has been published in open access (Czech language).

Škarpová, Marie: České roráty. K dezideratům a výzvám českého literárního dějepisectví/Czech Rorate Chants: On the Desiderata and Challenges of Czech Literary Historiography, in Slovo a smysl/Word and Sense 16, Nr. 32 (2019), p. 127–160: https://wordandsense.ff.cuni.cz/magazin/2019-16-32/

(Tags: Czech literature; Rorate Mass; matins; Advent; chant with melodic and textual troping; hymnology; early modern literature; comparative hymnology).

Claudia Sojer

In the course of a ReIReS Scholarship, Claudia Sojer was able to get to know the Biblioteca Giuseppe Dossetti of the Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna (FSCIRE) in March 2019. The result of her research on the edition of the treatise of Iōannēs Bekkos for the Bishop of Sugdea, which was carried out by Leo Allatius around the middle of the 17th century, will be published soon. Here in advance as “(R)Ausblick” (“Prospect”) her experience in the Biblioteca Giuseppe Dossetti of the Fondazione per le Scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna with questions to the director of the Foundation and the Library, Univ. Prof. Dr. Alberto Melloni, and to the researcher Dr. Ephrem Aboud Ishac from the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz.

Im Zuge eines ReIReS Scholarships war es Claudia Sojer möglich, im März 2019 die Biblioteca Giuseppe Dossetti der Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna (FSCIRE) im Detail kennenzulernen. Das Ergebnis ihrer Forschung zur Edition des Traktats von Iōannēs Bekkos für den Bischof von Sugdea, die durch Leo Allatius um die Mitte des 17 Jh. erfolgte, wird demnächst veröffentlicht, hier vorab als „(R)Ausblick“ ihre Erfahrung in der Biblioteca Giuseppe Dossetti der Fondazione per le scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna mit Fragen an den Direktor der Stiftung und der Bibliothek, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Alberto Melloni, sowie an den Forscher Dr. Ephrem Aboud Ishac von der Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz.

(R)Ausblick: Die Biblioteca Giuseppe Dossetti der Fondazione per le scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna. Mitteilungen der Vereinigung Österreichischer Bibliothekarinnen und Bibliothekare 73 Nr. 2 (2020): https://doi.org/10.31263/voebm.v73i2.3610

(Tags: Religious Studies; Library Studies; Giuseppe Dossetti Library)