Want to learn more about our Transnational Access (TNA) program which will be launched soon? Then our TNA webinar series, highlighting the hosts and collections, might be interesting to you. The planned dates of the 2022 webinars are now available.
The series of webinars is coordinated by KU Leuven and organized in collaboration with other RESILIENCE partners, with the aim of showcasing the TNA and RESILIENCE potential of a variety of hosts and collections.
The RESILIENCE TNA (Transnational Access) program is intended to facilitate physical access to a wide range of institutions, by creating an overarching research infrastructure of expertise, special collections, and institutions, all embedded within the RESILIENCE infrastructure.
In these topical webinars, partners will introduce their unique collections to a broad audience: some focus on valuable physical items or specific collections, others on providing specialized training for recently digitized collections, or introducing us to locally available expertise and additional benefits.
In short, the webinars provide a fascinating glimpse of the wealth and diversity of collections already available to potential TNA scholars and RESILIENCE users.
The TNA program itself, offering scholars direct and supported access to the rich collections, is currently in preparation. It will start most likely in the course of 2022 and will be further developed in the coming years.
February 28, 2022, 13:00-14:00 h CET
KU Leuven: Study of the Second Vatican Council: Willebrand papers, Philips papers
Collection: The Digital Cardinal J. Willebrands Archive.
April 11, 2022, 13:00-14:00 h CET
FSCIRE: Tradition and Innovation. The FSCIRE Libraries and Their Collections
Collection: History of Christianity (Bologna), history and doctrines of Islam (Palermo). AlKindi Catalogue.
May 10, 2022
University of Sarajevo: Manuscript Treasure of The Gazi Husrev-beg Library in Sarajevo.
August or September, 2022
KU Leuven: Mysticism and Spirituality (KADOC, ODIS Database, etc.)
October 31, 2022
Theological University of Apeldoorn: The TUA library and its collections on European Reformations
KU Leuven: Book Heritage Lab