Mladen Popovic, director of the Qumran Institute of the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, is the initiator and curator of the highly popular exhibition on the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Drents Museum. Together with the Ubbo Emmius Fund of the University of Groningen, he has started a crowdfunding appeal to fund research into the authors of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Using Artificial Intelligence technology, Popovic intends to digitally analyse the scrolls.
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Newspapers first made their appearance in the Netherlands as early as 400 years ago. They mostly consisted of eyewitness accounts, which were as reliable or unreliable then as they are today. Historian Joop Koopmans talks about the news in early...
Michael Jackson’s passing in 2009 was grieved around the world. To this day, commemoration practices in memory of the pop star take place, such as a monthly virtual prayer and an annual pilgrimage. For her PhD research, religious studies expert...
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