The first publication of a ReIReS grantholder just has been published: it is an article of Mihai Dragnea on Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication Between Germans and Wends in the Seconed Half of the Tenth Century. Read More >> “First Publication as a Result of ReIReS TNA Scholarship”
ReIReS will be present at RSA 2020 with a paper entitled: ReIReS and Renaissance Studies: A European Initiative with a Global Perspective. Read More >> “ReIReS and Renaissance Studies”
The next ReIReS call for applications for transnational access will be open from January 6, 2020 until February 16, 2020. Scholars who will receive a scholarship, will have access to one of the holdings starting March 2020. Read More >> “Prior Notice Fourth ReIReS TNA Call”
Recently we met with ReIReS scholarship recipient Moritz Lampe from Leipzig, to hear how his research at Fscire benefits from taking part in the community. Read More >> “Meet a Scholarship Recipient: Moritz Lampe”
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.