From OPERAS Website, https://www.operas-eu.org/news-and-events/calendar-2/
With the participation of Elisa Nury, for DH+/SIB.
The Future of Scholarly Communication
OPERAS-P, an H2020 project coordinated by CNRS, is organising a workshop Future of scholarly communication, which will be dedicated to discussing the outcomes of the research undertaken in the project’s Work Package 6 (Innovation).
Over the course of three days (24–26 February 2021) we will hold two panels a day, during which the research team will present their findings to gather feedback from invited experts and the audience. The different panels address specific scholarly communication topics: innovative governance models in social sciences and humanities (SSH), business models for open access books, multilingualism and bibliodiversity in SSH, opportunities and challenges of FAIRification of SSH data, the future of scholarly writing, and quality assessment of novel research and innovative publications in the SSH research.
To register via Zoom please follow the link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMpdumqrDMqH912EOsh1w3r2vxBIasclODE
(Single registration for all panels)
For more information please contact: Marta Błaszczyńska (marta.blaszczynska[a]ibl.waw.pl). Find more information about the coordintors and panelists here.
Good news of the day: the Humanist Discussion Group is alive again, hosted now at Cologne University.
To read “Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 34, No. 229” and more, you can subscribe or resubscribe to https://miskatonic.hki.uni-koeln.de/membership_form.php
Membership of the Editorial Board is as follows:
- Caroline Bassett (University of Cambridge)
- Katherine Bode (Australian National University)
- Elisabeth Burr (em. Universität Leipzig)
- Joanna Byszuk (Instytut Języka Polskiego Polskiej Akademii Nauk, Kraków)
- Dino Buzzetti (Fondazione Per Le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII, Bologna)
- Fabio Ciotti (Università degli Studi di Roma “Tor Vergata”)
- Claire Clivaz (Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics)
- Øyvind Eide (Universität zu Köln)
- Crystal Hall (Bowdoin College, Maine)
- Geoffrey Harpham (Duke University, North Carolina)
- David Hoover (New York University)
- Inna Kizhner (Сибирский федеральный университет)
- Jerome McGann (University of Virginia)
- Jan Christoph Meister (em. Universität Hamburg)
- Julia Nantke (Universität Hamburg)
- Tito Orlandi (Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”)
- Marianne Reboul (École Normale Supérieure de Lyon)
- Glenn Roe (Sorbonne Université; Oxford University)
- Gabriele Šalčiūtė-Čivilienė (King’s College London)
- Manfred Thaller (em. Universität zu Köln)
- Karina van Dalen-Oskam (Huygens Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis)
Digital Humanities + is enourmously grateful for the excellent work done by Sara Schulthess at SIB since 2015, and previously at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies and at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Lausanne, in diverse SNSF and H2020 projects.
Sara has got her PhD in 2016 thanks to a first Swiss National Science Foundation fund about the first letter to Corinthians in the Vat. Ar. 13 (2013-2016); she has then been a post-doc in the SNSF fund HumaReC on GA 460 (Gr. Z. 11 (=379), 2016-2018). She has then put her qualifications at the benefit of the H2020 project DESIR (2018-2019) and finally in the SNSF MARK16 project (2020-2021) as research scientist.
From the 1st of March, Sara will work as pastor trainee for the Protestant Wallis Church: all the DH+ team wishes to her the best in the next step of her career.
Our MARK16 postdoc, Mina Monier, has read a paper at the Middle East regional meeting of the Catholic Biblical Federation, on the 29th of January. The title of the paper was “The ‘Gospel’ between Luke and Marcion: A Window into the Text of Luke in the Second Century.” After surveying scholarship and successive constructions of Marcion’s Evangelion, from Harnack to the recent work of Matthias Klinghardt, Monier offered his understanding of the text’s development in light of his recently published studies on Luke-Acts, within the context of early second century Rome (here and here).
His paper was warmly welcomed by the Federation and a written chapter based on this paper will be published in the edited volume that covers the proceedings of the meeting, in 2022.
It is noteworthy to state that Monier is one of the Middle Eastern scholars who are committed to promote biblical scholarship in Arabic language.