Seminar of the research platform ‘Hector’ (Heritage. Cluture. Norms) at the Jagiellonian University (Krakow) on 8 March 2024

Illustration: Places of origin (red) of the RAG-scholars who studied at the University of Krakow and the other places where they studied (blue) (1364-1550), source: Repertorium Academicum Germanicum (RAG), 01/2024.

On 8 March 2024, a seminar on digital (legal) history will take place at the invitation of the Faculty of Law of the University of Krakow. The methodological focus of the workshop will be on contextualised digital prosopography and its connection to legal history and legal texts.

Program:

Hector research platform_seminar_march_8_2024 (PDF)

I am very much looking forward to this workshop, which my colleague in Krakow, Dr hab. Maciej Zdanek, prof. UJ, has organised, including the following contributions:

Dr Kaspar Gubler (University of Bern): Education of Jurists and the Transfer of Legal Knowledge in the Context of Prosopographical and Textual Databases. The example of the Repertorium Academicum Germanicum (1250-1550)

Prof. Dr. Martin Holý (University of Prague): Law and Lawyers at the University of Prague in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period (1457/1458-1622)

 

Interactive data scenarios for the University of Krakow, provided by the Repertorium Academicum Germanicum (RAG):

https://database.rag-online.org/viewer.p/42



Cite this blog post
kgubler (2024, January 26). Seminar of the research platform ‘Hector’ (Heritage. Cluture. Norms) at the Jagiellonian University (Krakow) on 8 March 2024. HistData. Retrieved June 23, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/vom1