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14. 10. 2020
On November 16th - 18th, the virtual international interdisciplinary conference Rhythm in Music and the Arts in the Late Middle Ages, informally known as "the Cantus Fractus conference (but not limted to the cantus fractus phenomenon! ...
08. 10. 2020
The lecture From Wombs to Worship: Three Mothers – Anne, Elizabeth, and Mary – in the Liturgies of Prague and Cambrai by Prof. Barbara Haggh-Huglo, University of Maryland, USA, will také place on 21st October 2020 at 5 PM CEST via ZOOM.
18. 09. 2020
In October, the third session of the Prague Digital Humanities in Early Music Research 2020 workshop series will take place. ...
18. 05. 2020
We invite you to join us for the Session II of the Digital Humanities in Early Music Research I series already in June. Despite unforeseeable circumstances, we continue our annual series and transfer it into online interface. ...
20. 03. 2020
The first session of the Digital Humanities in Early Music Research series took place in Prague on 5 and 6 March 2020. ...
24. 02. 2020
Masaryk Institute and Archive of the Czech Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague Project Old Myths, New Facts: Czech Music in the Centre of 15th–Century Music Developments invite proposals for ...
Postdoctoral position starting on 1. 7. 2020
17. 02. 2020
The Masaryk Institute and Archive of the Czech Academy of Sciences, v. v. i. opens an one to two-year postdoctoral position, starting on 1. 7. 2020.
Digital Humanities in Early Music Research I
31. 01. 2020
A series of conferences and workshops focusing on the use of digital humanities in early music research. The series is open to the public free of charge. Reservation is required: please contact the coordinator Jana Franková (frankova(at)mua.cas.cz)
PhD student position (starting date: 1. 4. 2020 or 1. 10. 2020)
07. 01. 2020
The Masaryk Institute and Archive of the Czech Academy of Sciences, v. v. i. (the project Old Myths, New Facts: Czech Lands in Centre of 15th–Century Music Developments) opens a position for a doctoral student for a 1–3 year duration, starting ...
22. 12. 2019
The members of the research project Old Myths, New Facts organized the international conference Music in Bohemia around 1400: Crossroads of traditions which took place on 21st-22nd November 2019 at Vila Lanna, Prague.