Monthly Archives: February 2015

Last-Minute Call for Applications (20 Feb): Training school “Transmission of Texts in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Tools and Techniques for Dealing with Complicated Textual Traditions”, Rome, 23-25 March 2015

There are still some places available in the next Training School of COST Action IS1301 ‘New Communities of Interpretation’, in Rome, 23-25 March. The Training School will be of special interest to PhD-students and advanced MA students working with (complicated) text traditions, and/or those editing (parts of) texts.

The brochure is attached – note that the new closing date is February 20th.

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Multimedia Practices and Urban Contexts in the Reformation Low Countries: Project Outline and Preliminary Results

By Louise Vermeersch (PhD Candidate, University of Ghent, Louise.Vermeersch@ugent.be)

This is a revised version of my presentation at the COST action IS1301 training school “Production and Use of Religious Texts in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe”. It gives you an overview of the objectives of my PhD project that focusses on multimedia practices in the sixteenth century (‘Multimedia practices and urban contexts in the Reformation Low Countries’, Supervisor: Prof. Van Bruaene, BOF fund University of Ghent). This overview is followed by some preliminary results of a case-study on the Dutch Anabaptists and their mediapractices in Ghent. Mind that this is work in progress that is not yet ready for publishing. I am grateful though to present some thoughts to the COST action network by this blog post.   Continue reading