Medieval Manuscripts in Flemish Collections · Vlaamse Erfgoedbibliotheken
Only one Ms. from my suggestions was’nt digitized, see https://archivalia.hypotheses.org/140168
#FragmentOfTheDay #FragmentFriday The project on Music Fragments from Württemberg Monasteries published their fragments in December, making the HSA Stuttgart the #1 institution of Fragmentarium with sexy Psalters like this one. Exurge et intende indeed! https://t.co/iQcFwHyuK2 pic.twitter.com/PvwLkGPIW5
— Fragmentarium (@FragmentariumMS) March 24, 2023
Did you know that Peter Baldwin's latest book, Athena Unbound, is available to read now via #openaccess or purchase in print from @mitpress?
Read or purchase the book, then register for our virtual #booktalk on March 28:
— Internet Archive (@internetarchive) March 24, 2023
My book "The Humanities in the Digital" has just been published #OpenAccess!!!
I🧡 thank @FnrLux and @C2DH_LU for the funding🙏
Special thanks to @stakats for his constant support and to Johanna Drucker for writing the Foreword🙏
— Lorella Viola (@ViolaLorella) March 22, 2023
http://wiki.winterthur.org/wiki/ARSENICAL_BOOKS_DATABASE (Danke an AKW)
Pollin, Christopher. “A Review of the Königsfelden Online Edition.” RIDE 16 (2023). doi: https://doi.org/10.18716/ride.a.16.5
“In volume 16 (https://ride.i-d-e.de/issues/issue-16/) of RIDE, five
editions were reviewed with a specific focus on the FAIR Data
Principles (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable). What does
FAIRness mean in the context of digital scholarly editions? Can the
FAIR principles be applied to digital edition projects at all? How do
we measure their FAIRness? This volume aims to foster a conversation
about these questions.” (dm-l)
“I am asking for your support to protest the President and Board of Valparaiso University’s decision to sell three paintings from the collection of the Brauer Museum of Art to fund renovations to freshman dorms. The president argues that the Brauer Museum is a “one small piece of [campus…and] is not part of our strategic plan and our core mission of educating students.” The three works are Mountain Landscape, 1849 by Frederic Church, The Silver Veil and the Golden Gate, 1914 by Childe Hassam, and Rust Red Hills, 1930 by Georgia O’Keeffe. The president has shrugged off the condemnatory statement issued by the Taskforce for the Protection of University Collections as coming from a “special interest group.” For more information, please visit https://www.artisacoreresource.com, where there is a petition you can sign and email directly to President Padilla. Feel free to write your own email, if you wish, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please also circulate the website address among your colleagues.
Thank you for your support,
Jonathan Canning” (AAMG-L)
Short answer: no. https://doi.org/10.1162/qss_a_00242 #beall
https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110779653 (Open Access)