ReIReS Course: Digital Humanities and Religious Studies in Italy

wednesday 03 - 09:30 to friday 05 july 2019 - 09:30

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The Fondazione per le scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII in Bologna is pleased to announce the next ReIReS Course on digital humanities and religious studies, 3-5 July 2019 in Bologna. Especially – but not only – PhD students and postdocs are welcome, both from ReIReS partners and other institutions.

About the Course

The course offers a perspective on excellence in Italian DH and on pioneering studies in the European and international context. In particular, it focuses on digital libraries and other features of Italian research, with special regard to religious studies. The expertise of the scholars offering lessons and training activities will be matched by theoretical and technical transfer on specific topics, such as analysis of Conciliar texts and Qur’anic palimpsests and manuscripts.

More Information

You will find more information on the course, its aims and objectives on the ReIReS website: https://reires.eu/2313/reires-course-digital-humanities-and-religious-studies-in-italy/24/#more-2313

Application and Fees

Applications are welcome via the online application form by June 10, 2019.

The course is free for persons affiliated to ReIReS partners, others will pay a registration fee of € 395,00, which includes lunches (if offered), and coffee/tea.

Contact

Davide Dainese, dainese@fscire.it, T +39051239532
segreteria@fscire.it

About ReIReS

Research Infrastructure on Religious Studies (ReIReS) is a starting community of twelve European institutions that are building a unique and highly qualified infrastructure of religious studies. ReIReS brings knowledge into the field of religious pluralism in Europe, thus contributing to a stable society. It explains and implements the idea that “Knowledge Creates Understanding”. The ReIReS initiative started in February 2018, and will continue for three years. It has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme under grant agreement No. 730895.