With the help of Milan-based digital designer Marco Quaggiotto, we are going to take a week off to visualize Pez data.
If you want to see the results, come join us for a drink on FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER at 17h at the Pez Workshop at Maria-Theresien-Straße 9/4. If you want to experience the process, come join in for a coffee at the same venue during office hours on WEDNESDAY 6 – FRIDAY 8 SEPTEMBER (c. 10h-17h).
Please drop a line beforehand: email@example.com
Learn about Design Sprints in general: http://www.republicofletters.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Como-Notes-COST-Action-IS1310-Reassembling-the-Republic-of-Letters.pdf
On 18 October 2017, Thomas Wallnig will for once be dealing not with Benedictines, but with Cistercians as part of his lecture “Cistercienser in der res publica litteraria” at the colloquium “Religiöse Volkskunde der österreichischen Prälatenklöster in der Frühen Neuzeit” at the Abbey of Heiligenkreuz. Program.
Irene Rabl will give a talk about “The Letters of the Pez-Correspondence: A Transforming Edition” at the international conference “Monasteries in the digital humanities” in Poland (Częstochowa-Jasna Góra, Pauline Monastery, 12–15 September 2017). Here is the Program_MiDH.
On 13 September 2017, Thomas Wallnig will give a talk with Wolfgang Göderle (Graz) about “Nutzen und Grenzen des Forschungsparadigmas »Katholische Aufklärung«” at the annual conference of the “Deutsche Gesellschaft für die Erforschung des 18. Jahrhunderts” in Münster. Program.
On 20 June 2017, Thomas Wallnig will speak about “Wissen in Wien um 1780: Kontexte, Netzwerke, Instiutionen” at the international conference “Schöne Wissenschaften. Sammeln, Ordnen und Präsentieren unter Kaiser Joseph II.”. The conference is being organised by the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Program.
… in der österreichischen Wissenschaftsgeschichte” is the title of a talk that Thomas Wallnig will give at 6:00 p.m. on April 27, 2017 in the Festival Hall of the Archive of the University of Vienna. The event is being organized by the Austrian Society for the History of Science. More information can be found here.
The Pez project is one of several groups and institutions working towards a requirements catalog for digital editions within the framework of the “Wissens- und Kompetenznetzwerk ‘Digital Edition’ (KONDE)” under the direction of the Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung – Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities at the University of Graz. More information can be found here.