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14. 06. 2021
Marian devotion rose to new heights during the late Middle Ages, with a huge number of artistic depictions and an influx of new music and texts written in her honour. ...
08. 06. 2021
In the 2nd workshop of 2021, on June 17th and 18th, we focus on how digital tools have advanced the field of musicology (and how they might do so in the near future). ...
28. 05. 2021
In the next talk from the lecture series “Early Music in Central Europe: Local Elements –Transregional Connections – International Research”, Zsuzsa Czagány from the Hungarian Research Centre for the Humanities will speak about a 12th-century ...
24. 05. 2021
The EMCE talk by Paweł Gancarczyk on Petr Wilhelmi de Grudencz in utraquist sources is now available on our project's YouTube channel.
21. 05. 2021
Our team member Rhianydd Hallas defended her PhD thesis ‘Two rhymed offices composed for the feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary: comparative study and critical edition’ in March, thus obtaining her doctorate from Bangor ...
27. 04. 2021
The next talk from the lecture series “Early Music in Central Europe: Local Elements –Transregional Connections – International Research” will take place on Wednesday May 19th at 5 PM CEST. ...
06. 04. 2021
Our team member Viktor Velek has a new book out! A few days ago, the Lidové Noviny publishing house published the last part of his bilingual Czech-German trilogy "Musicians between Ostrava and Vienna". ...
26. 03. 2021
We have recently published the recorded talks and workshops from the DHEMR 2021/1 on our project's YouTube channel. The videos serve as tutorials for OMR tool users beyond the workshop participants, increasing the workshop's impact in the DH ...
03. 02. 2021
The digital humanities workshop series of the Old Myths New Facts projects is continuing in 2021 and in the virtual format, on March 17th-19th. ...
25. 01. 2021
The virtual conference Rhythm and Arts in Music and the Arts in the Late Middle Ages took place in November 2020. The conference was recorded and we were finally able to publish the complete recordings.