CENDARI (Collaborative European Digital Archive Infrastructure) is a research collaboration aimed at integrating digital archives and resources for research on medieval and modern European history.
The project brings information and computer scientists together with leading historians and existing historical research infrastructures (archives, libraries and other digital projects) to improve the conditions for historical scholarship in Europe through active reflection of and considered response to the impact of the digital age on scholarly and archival practice.
CENDARI is a 4-year, European Commission-funded project led by Trinity College Dublin, in partnership with 13 institutions across 7 countries, to facilitate access to archives and resources in Europe for the benefit of researchers everywhere.
CENDARI Visiting Research Fellows 2015
The GCDH's involvement in CENDARI consists of hosting six research fellows for a time period of 2-3 months between 2013 and 2015.
In 2015, GCDH welcomes 4 research fellows to follow up their research projects.
- Maria Gimena del Rio Riande (LINHD-UNED, España) / CONICET, Argentina) will be working on her project "A digital approach to the verse patterns of the debate and dialogue poems in the Cancionero de Baena".
- Nigar Babayeva (Marmara University, Turkey): "Muslim Intellectuals of Russia in the Political Life of the Ottoman Empire during the first decades of the 20th century".
- John McEwan (Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom): "Between Text and Image: Search Systems for Medieval Seals"
- Mauricio Nicolas Vergara (University of Padua, Italy): "Spatial Analysis and GIS-Modelling for the Tyrol Front of War"
CENDARI Visiting Research Fellows 2014
In 2014, GCDH welcomes Dr Anu Mänd from Tallinn University, Estonia who is working on "Lay women and the Culture of Commemoration in Northern Germany and Livonia (c. 1400 -c. 1530)".
CENDARI Visiting research Fellows 2013
In the Summer of 2013, GCDH will be hosting the first pair of research fellows for the CENDARI project. GCDH participated in the call for proposals and evaluation with the other CENDARI partners. It will be hosting two research fellows:
- Irina Savinetskaya (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary) will be working on her project "Data mining for keyword occurrences in Late Medieval texts: Tracing references to the French and Germans in German sources"
- Marija Šegan (Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts) will be working on her project "Creating a registry of the archival records on the Medical Mission in Serbia 1914–1918"