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nestor/DPE Winter School 2007 report

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
We are pleased to announce the release of a report on the Winter School 2007 of nestor the German "Network of Expertise in Long-Term Storage of Digital Resources", and DigitalPreservationEurope (DPE) in November 2007. This five day training event was organised by the Goettingen State and University Library (SUB), as the nestor partner responsible for training and education, together with representatives from several FE and HE institutions. The event was generously sponsored by DPE and supported by the DELOS network of Excellence.
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DPE Briefing Paper Released. Portico: A Collaborative Approach to Preservation

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
Research and teaching is not possible without reliable access to the accumulated scholarship of the past and secure preservation of the scholarly record. In the print world preservation responsibility was linked to ownership and was traditionally a function of the library. In the digital age, however, the link between ownership, preservation, and access is broken. By supporting collaborative efforts such as Portico, libraries and publishers can together contribute toward a shared infrastructure which supports a mutually beneficial and valued goal - the long-term, robust preservation of scholarly literature published in electronic form.
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DPE Position Papers

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
DigitalPreservationEurope is pleased to announce the release of the first in a series of thought provoking and controversial position papers on a range of issues surrounding digital preservation, Why Appraisal is Not Completely Useless, but is not the Way to Go Either. It is our intention that these papers will promote vigorous debate within the digital preservation community and encourage people to think about digital preservation in new and innovative ways by exploring and challenging the received wisdom. Join the Debate
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DPE release 'Report on the Legal Framework on Repository Infrastructure'

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
The focus of this paper is the legal framework for the management of content of cooperating repositories. The focus will be on the regulation of copyright and protection of personal data. That copyright is important when managing data repositories is common knowledge. However, there is an increasing tendency among authors not only to deposit their published scientific work, scientific articles, dissertations or books, but also the underlying data. In addition to this ordinary publicly available sources like internet web pages contain personal data, often of a sensitive nature. Due to this emergent trend repositories will have to comply with the rules governing the use and protection of personal data, especially in the medical and social sciences.
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DPE, PLANETS, and CASPAR Second Annual Conference: Presentations now available

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
The presentations given at the second annual DPE, PLANETS, and CASPAR conference at the Instituto dos Arquivos Nacionais / Torre do Tombo Lisbon in Portugal are now available.
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Practices and Challenges in Preservation and Access for Scientific and Scholarly Digital Repositories

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
The Digital Curation Centre (DCC), Digital Preservation Europe (DPE), Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research (DRIVER), and Network of Expertise in Long-Term Storage of Digital Resources (NESTOR) are delighted to announce that they will be delivering a joint workshop on the long-term curation of scientific and scholarly digital repository content.
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Second DPE Newsletter Released

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
The second DPE Newsletter provides a detailed overview of all aspects of DPE activities and ways that individuals and organisations can become involved.
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DPE Digtial Preservation Research Roadmap

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
A draft version of the DPE Research Roadmap identifying ten core domains for preservation research is now available on this site.
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Digital Repository Audit Method Based on Risk Assessment toolkit (DRAMBORA): brochure released

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
The introductionary brochure of DRAMBORA (Digital Repository Audit Method Based on Risk Assessment toolkit, http://www.repositoryaudit.eu/) has been released. DRAMBORA enables internal audit by providing repository administrators with a means to assess their capabilities, identify their weaknesses, and recognise their strengths. Find here the contact details if your organization wishes to learn more about DRAMBORA, request support or join the growing network of the toolkit users. View the brochure [JPEG, 751 KB]
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Plans for DELOS International Summer School on Digital Preservation 2008

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
The DELOS 2007 International Summer School on Digital Preservation and Digital Libraries successfully ran in PISA from the 3rd to the 9th of June 2007. The thirty-five attendees benefited from lectures by international experts, participation in practical breakout groups, and general discussion. The 2008 DELOS Summer School on Digital Preservation in Digital Libraries will run from the 8th to the 14th June 2008. It will take place in Italy. It will be co-sponsored by DigitalPreservationEurope (DPE), the Digital Curation Centre (DCC), PLANETS, and CASPAR. The DELOS SS08 Summer School website will be accessible from 1 October 2007 at http://www.dpc.delos.info/ss08 and registration for the Summer School will open on 1 December 2007.
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Competence Centres: DPE State of the Art Review published

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
DigitalPreservationEurope (DPE) has carried out a state of the art review on international competence centres for digital curation and preservation activity and expertise. A list of institutions that completed the survey can be found here. The deadline for inclusion in the report was 13:00 CET on March 23, 2007, but we welcome further additions. The review has been published on the DPE publications page.
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DPE announces its Research and Industrial Exchange Programme (DPEX)

DPE-nieuws - 3 augustus 2014 - 7:13pm
Research and practice in digital preservation is patchy, fragmented, and disconnected. DPEX aims to encourage innovative practice through research collaboration and to build bridges between practitioners and researchers. DigitalPreservationEurope recognises the value of exchange programmes as a mechanism to establish cross-institutional synergies. It is our hope that the planned twenty-five DPE Exchanges will propagate knowledge, capacity and innovation as well as foster better cooperation among research institutions and industrial partners working on meeting pressing challenges in digital preservation. Read the full press release.
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Zur Überlieferung von Adilberts Prolog zum Leben der hl. Afra

Archivalia - 3 augustus 2014 - 4:54pm
Karl Ernst Geith nannte im ²VL 1, 64 als Überlieferung des Prologs zum Leben der hl. Afra, den der Prior Adilbert des Klosters St. Ulrich und Afra in der ersten Hälfte des 13. Jahrhunderts schrieb (BHL 110), eine einzige Handschrift: Archiv des Bistums Augsburg (früher Ordinariatsbibliothek) Hs. 80. Aber schon Joachimsen hatte 1895 noch eine weitere Handschrift genannt!


Das ärgerliche KLL 1 (2011)


weiß auch nicht mehr.

BHL 110
(Die Datenbank der Bollandisten hat keine Handschriften)

Incipit: Voluntatis et propositi nostri est fratres ut posteris nostris enarremus

Zwei Handschriften überliefern ein Exzerpt mit dem Textbeginn: De famosis orientalis.

GND zu Adilbert:

Einziger Abdruck bisher ist ein alter Druck von 1516, der mehrfach im Netz digitalisiert vorliegt, doch einzig und allein


ist brauchbar. Eine etwa gleichzeitig erschienene deutsche Version der wohl von Veit Bild veranlassten "Festschrift" bietet eine Übersetzung:

= http://gateway-bayern.de/VD16+B+2050

Schon Joachinsen konnte in seiner Meisterlin-Monographie durch Einsichtnahme in zwei Handschriften Frensdorffs Vermutung bestätigen, dass der Druck interpoliert sei:


Frensdorff hatte sich in den Chroniken der deutschen Städte geäußert:


Sonst hat sich nur Wilhelm gründlicher mit dem Text befasst:


Die von ihm behandelte deutsche Afralegende (um 1400?) hatte offenbar nur das Exzerpt De famosis orientalis vorliegen.

Die sonstige Literatur beschränkt sich auf kurze Erwähnungen.

Veit 1788

Schnith 1988 und die Hauptseminararbeit von Giersch 2004 (abgedruckt in der ZHV Schwaben!) nennen ebenso wie eine Münchner Handschrift die Geschichtsquellen (Stand 2012):


Giersch und der dort ebenfalls zitierte Johanek haben aber den Text gar nicht benutzt, und auch Schnith hat nicht sonderlich intensiv mit der Quelle gearbeitet.

Neben der Chronik Küchlins haben die deutsche Chronik im Cgm 696 und die Chronisten in St. Ulrich und Afra Meisterlin (mit Namensnennung) und Wittwer Adilberts Prolog benutzt. So Joachimsen wie oben und in der Alemannia 1894, S. 127
sowie Frensdorff

Allein aufgrund von Internetrecherchen fand ich acht Handschriften, die ich nach ihrer Entstehungszeit anordne.

Innsbruck, UB, Cod. 14, Bl. 146vb-147va
Stams, zwischen 1323 und 1341

Exzerpt De famosis orientalis
München, SB, Clm 23388, Bl. 9ra
Amerdingen, 1351/52

Augsburg, StuSB, 2° Cod. 204, Bl. 115r-116v
Teil V, vor 1457 geschrieben von Georius Somervelt in St. Ulrich und Afra in Augsburg
Braun III, 95
mit Namen Adalbert

Exzerpt de famosis orientalis
München, BSB, Clm 23846, Bl. 262v-263r
Nicht vor 1461
http://daten.digitale-sammlungen.de/bsb00008255/image_106 (Halm et al.)
Über 30 Nachweise in der Forschungsdokumentation

Innsbruck, UB, Cod. 241, Bl. 213vb-?
Kempten (?), 1464

Augsburg, Archiv des Bistums, Hs. 80, Bl. 1r-2v
Aus St. Ulrich und Afra, nicht nach 1491 (Besitzvermerk des Matthäus Marschalk von Biberbach) ohne Namensnennung, die nur als späterer Zusatz präsent ist.
Braun III, 82ff. mit Auszügen

Regensburg, Bischöfliche ZB,, BDK 4891, Bl. 21bv-22bv
Rolf Schmidt, in: Aus Archiven und Bibliotheken, 1992 = FS Kottje S. 222
Der Text im zweiten Teil (28 Papierblätter, spätes 15. Jh., mit hagiographischen Texten zu Heiligen von St. Ulrich und Afra: St. Ulrich, Afra, Narcissus, Hilaria, Digna) nennt Adilbert

München, BSB, Clm 24808, Bl. 150r-152v
Aus Rott am Inn (laut MBK), 15. Jh.
Die BSB teilte die Endseite mit, sah sich aber zu keiner näheren Datierung in der Lage und wollte die Provenienz Rott auch nicht verifizieren.

Eine moderne Edition wäre überfällig, aber erst einmal sollte eine Kopie einer nicht interpolierten Handschrift ins Netz.


Verzeichnis der griechischen Handschriften der Schweiz

Archivalia - 3 augustus 2014 - 4:22pm

Knapp 300 Einträge, wobei nach Möglichkeit bei der Literatur auf Digitalisate verlinkt wird. Einige Publikationen stellt das Portal selbst online bereit.

Jonathan Katz on the epistemic potential of digital libraries for scholarly research

Archivalia - 3 augustus 2014 - 2:46pm
When I was researching this book in the early 1990s, I had to guess where I was likely to find published references to "heterosexual". But in the eleven years since 'Invention' was published, we've witnessed the spectacular advance of electronic database indexing, and the new availability of searchable texts of entire books, articles, and the full run of Major newspapers and periodicals, some going back to the nineteenth century and earlier. These now make possible many new, enlightening, and entertaining studies of what has been said in the mass media and academia about the "heterosexual", "heterosexuals", and "heterosexuality". Just try a search, be amused, be amazed, and let bloom a thousand term papers, theses, scholarly articles, and books!
(Jonathan Katz, The Invention of Heterosexuality: with a new preface, University of Chicago Press 2007 (1995), Preface 2006, http://books.google.de/books?id=S8BB1K361SUC&pg=PR7)

In the first chapter of this fascinating book, The Genealogy of a Sex Concept, Katz writes:

"A year earlier [1975], historian Carroll Smith-Rosenberg had published a path-breaking article on nineteenth-century American women's intense, eros-filled friendships, "The Female World of Love and Ritual". To understand those intimacies, she suggested, we need to go beyond the either/or, heterosexual/homosexual Division, and embrace the idea of a "continuum" of such relations. (...) With others, I was beginning to sense the distorting effect of employing the heterosexual/homosexual distinction in retrospective historical analysis. (...)

... If we have trouble imagining a world without heterosexuals or homosexuals, a historical perspective is useful. The term "homosexual" was only invented in 1869 [the year's now been moved back to '68]. The first use of "heterosexual" listed in the Oxford English Dictionary Supplement dates to 1901. [The most recent Oxford English Dictionary Supplement takes the date back to 1892, and "heterosexual" has also been traced to 1868.
The terms heterosexual and homosexual apparently came into common use only in the first quarter of this century; before that time, if words are clues to concepts, People did not conceive of a social universe polarized into heteros and homos."

By 1981, I had heard a young feminist historian and friend, Lisa Duggan, read a draft of a paper on women, American society in the 1920s, and "the social enforcement of heterosexuality". A few days later Duggans phrase set off in my head a flash of Illumination ... : "Heterosexuality wasn't only 'enforced', it was invented.' "

... and, in retrospective, again from the 2006 preface:

"My revised judgement about the role of words in the creation of "heterosexuality" and "homosexuality", is that those specific, historical phenomena did not exist, and could not have existed as such, before the words "heterosexual" and "homosexual" (and associated ideas) were available to describe them. (...) Actually, influenced and inspired by Karl Marx, I think that words, ideas, and ideals (like "heterosexual") are among our major means of production. Our struggle over the ownership, control, and shaping of those means is key to the future of heterosexuality, the other existing sexualities, and the new sexualities to come."

OVT, 3 augustus 2014

OVT - 3 augustus 2014 - 10:51am
Wekelijks programma over de Onvoltooid Verleden Tijd.
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Rostocker Handschriften online

Archivalia - 3 augustus 2014 - 12:38am
Nun stehen eine ganze Reihe von Handschriften online zur Verfügung:



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