call for applications reires scholarships for transnational access

Press Release  Call for Applications ReIReS Scholarships for Transnational Access The EU funded project “Research Infrastructure on Religious Studies” (ReIReS) offers scholars the opportunity to spend two weeks in one of fourteen outstanding European research centres (libraries and archives) in Belgium, Bulgaria, France, Germany, and Italy to carry out their research project in Historical Religious Studies. […]

missmo summer school

MISSMO Summer School → link to page Sources and methods for a study of the mission phenomenon in the Middle East from the end of the 19th century to the present day 3-7 June 2019, Rome, École française de Rome 8-12 September 2019, Cairo, French Institute for Oriental Archaeology Télécharger l’appel en français → pdf Download the call in english → pdf […]

call for application – specialized librarian for islamic collections

The  Foundation  for  religious  studies,,  seeks  a  very  dedicated  and  very  specialized Librarian  to  join  its  staff  in  the  newly  founded  La  Pira  Library  in  Palermo,  twin  of  the  Dossetti Library  in  Bologna.  The  La  Pira  Library  will  serve  an  internal  research  staff  and  international scholars  working on  the  history  and doctrines of  Islam.  […]

reires call for proposal – scholarships for transnational access to special collections and transnational acces to archival documents

Scholarships for Transnational Access to Special Collections and Transnational Acces to Archival Documents – call for proposal pdf ReIReS (Research Infrastructure on Religious Studies) offers scholarships for researchers from the member states of the EU and from the countries associated to Horizon2020 on historical religious studies at fourteen facilities located in outstanding European research centres and universities […]

seminars fscire: reconsidering medieval church reform. words and works – 17th-18th july, bologna

SEMINARS FSCIRE | 17-18 July 2018 | h 9-18 Christopher M. Bellitto “Reconsidering Medieval Church Reform: Words and Works” The seminar lectures and Latin textual studies will explore the roots, legacy, and historiography of medieval “reformatio in capite et in membris”. Texts include Carolingian capitularies, conciliar canons, Nicolas de Clamanges’ “De ruina et reparatione ecclesie”, […]