The Editors of the Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies invite submissions for a proposed Special Issue on Digital Humanities for our December 2018 publication. The aim of the issue is to examine the digital resources, research methodologies and pedagogical practices that have been developed by scholars working in the fields of Spanish and Portuguese historical studies.
Responsible person(s): Covell Meyskens
I am pleased to announce that volume 20 of Judaica Librarianship, the peer-reviewed journal of the Association of Jewish Libraries, has been published. The 2017 issue (https://ajlpublishing.org/jl/) incudes research papers and essays, book reviews, and two columns—one of them is our new JS/DH column by Michelle Chesner, for reviewing digital humanities projects in Jewish Studies.
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The Philly Islandora User Group intends to bring together those who have similar interests, goals, or concerns regarding the implementation, management, and preservation of Islandora systems. We hope to have quarterly meetings where we can share ideas, concerns, and experiences while potentially building partnerships for project collaboration. A Philly Islandora Slack group has been created to provide an online venue for discussion and keep members in touch and in tune with each other’s activities between meetings.
CFP: Geistliche Liederdichter deutscher Sprache in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit, Berlin (30.11.2017)
Die Tagung findet vom 23. bis 24. Juli 2018 im Rahmen des Berliner Repertoriums statt, einem Langzeitprojekt der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft an der Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.