Author: Jaap Geraerts

Priests’ libraries – Part 2: making our data operable

by Jaap Geraerts and Teresa Wendel In a previous blog post that appeared almost three years ago (tempus fugit!), I introduced a small (pilot) project on priests’ libraries from the early modern Dutch Republic. Since then, a lot has happened – in general, but also in relation to this project.…

Text+Plus, #01: From Treaty to FAIR Data: FriVer+

Autor: Jaap Geraerts In 2023, the Leibniz Institute of European History (IEG) in Mainz is running the project Europäische Friedensverträge der Vormoderne in Daten (FriVer+).

Dealing with uncertainty and capturing the underrepresented

by Jaap Geraerts Since I started my project on the schism in the Catholic Church in the eighteenth-century Dutch Republic in the summer of 2019, I have been creating a dataset that comprises the information contained in lists of baptisms, burials, and marriages. This information enables me to trace the…

The Archaeology of Reading, COVID-19, and online teaching

Prior to taking up my current position at the IEG, I was based at the Centre for Editing Lives and Letters (CELL) at University College London where I served as the postdoctoral fellow on the digital humanities project “The Archaeology of Reading in Early Modern Europe” (AOR). An international collaboration…
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