Schools and Courses
The training programme consists of six one-week schools on the use and study of special documents and six three-days courses on digital humanities and historical religious studies.
The six one-week schools on the use and study of special documents are coordinated by the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz and will take place in Paris (17-22 February 2019), Sofia (22-27 September 2019), Leuven (15-20 February 2020), Hamburg (14-19 June 2010) and Bologna (20—25 September 2020). The first school in Mainz (23-28 September 2018) has already taken place, and was a successful event.
The six three-day courses on digital humanities and historical religious studies are coordinated by the Leibniz-Institut für Europäische Geschichte (IEG) in Mainz and will take place in Mainz (21-23 January 2019), Bologna (3-5 July 2019), Sofia (19-21 November 2019), Leuven (30 March-1 April 2020), Turnhout (1-3 April 2020) and Hamburg (22-24 November 2020).
Programme and Forthcoming Training
The complete programme with all detailed information can be downloaded from the ReIReS website. The forthcoming course in Mainz (21-23 January 2019) and the forthcoming school in Paris (17-22 February 2019) will be announced shortly via separate press releases.
ReIReS is a newly formed community of twelve European institutions that are building a unique and highly qualified infrastructure of religious studies. ReIReS brings knowledge into the field of religious pluralism in Europe, thus contributing to a stable society. It explains and implements the idea of “Knowledge Creates Understanding”. The ReIReS initiative started in February 2018, and will continue for three years.