New member of DISSINET
Dr. Robert Shaw (DPhil from the University of Oxford, awarded in 2015, thesis on The Celestine Monks of France c. 1350-1450: Monastic Reform in an Age of Schism, Council and War) was selected as the best candidate for a postdoctoral position in the DISSINET team. He joins the team on 1 May 2019, and we are excited to welcome him. His research project within DISSINET will focus on Languedoc as well as selected cases from Germany.
DISSINET is looking for a research assistant
The Dissident Networks Project (DISSINET) seeks a short-term research assistant with competence in Latin language and in historical research. The team member will work for a period of 3–6 months (potentially extendable) on the digital collection of historical data essential to our computational study of medieval dissident religious networks and inquisition.
Map: Premonstratensian monasteries in France
New interactive map visualizing dataset of Premonstratensian houses in France from the foundation of the order up to the present.
About DISSINET: Interview with Dr. David Zbíral
The translation of the Czech interview with the project DISSINET PI (originally published by journal SACRA in September 2019).
Bibliography: 2,000 records
The publicly available DISSINET bibliography in Zotero has reached 2,000 records.