Want to know more about digital humanities and what this burgeoning field means for the study of the ancient world? Please join us for the inaugural study meeting of Digital Antiquities in Groningen (DAG).
The meeting will be hosted by Raf Praet , who, together with Johannes Bjerva, will tell us something about their project
. Other researchers who want to do so will also be invited to succinctly present their research interests and their ideas for digital approaches. The session will close with a general discussion on the further organization of regular meetings. The ultimate aim of DAG is to provide a platform for researchers who are interested in digital approaches to antiquity.
On 26 September, Joke Draaijer will be awarded a PhD following the publication of the biography Landgoed als leerschool, Biografie van Philip Dirk baron van Pallandt van Eerde (1889-1979) [The estate as school. Biography of Philip Dirk baron van Pallandt...
As part of the 2019 Musica Sacra Festival in Maastricht, the University of Groningen’s Centre for Religion and Heritage is hosting an international symposium on music and religious exile on Thursday, September 19.
On 19 September 2019, the research results and the subsequent policy letter containing recommendations for policy and practice of the 'Cultural Encounters’ research project financed by the NWO will be presented at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary...