The first day of the ReIReS Training organized by the KU Leuven was dedicated to the history of the Catholic university, to its wonderful Maurits Sabbe library and to discovery environments. Read More >> “About a Catholic University, its Library and Tools for Researchers”
Last year, 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 now been published in open access (Czech language). Read More >> “Article on Czech Rorate Chants as a Result of ReIReS Scholarship”
Recently we met with ReIReS scholarship recipient Beatrice Saletti from Ferrara, to hear how her research on indulgencies in the 15th century benefits from taking part in the community.
Read More >> “Meet a Scholarship Recipient: Beatrice Saletti”
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. Read More >> “HTML? CSS? How Humanists Can Benefit From It”
The Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) awards one fellowship for a period of six to eight months for international doctoral students in the field of Digital Humanities.
Read More >> “Call for Applications: IEG Fellowship – Digital Humanities”