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Fifth COST-WWIH Training School 18 - 22 February 2013

Objectives of this Training School:

  • trainees able to create records in the WomenWriters database so that they will be useful for handling their own research questions, and those of other project participants,
  • trainees can use and interrogate the database for their own research needs,
  • trainees aware of the different source materials we are handling in order to find information about the reception of “our” women authors by their contemporaries or by other readers before c. 1914,
  • trainees can formulate their needs for features to be added to the database or to the Virtual Research Environment which will be developed.

During this 4th Training School focus will in particular be on the different (large-scale) sources for information about the reception of women’s writings (in some cases also: information about the works themselves). Criteria for selecting and handling of sources also under discussion.



  • Monday 14 May
    • morning
      • Ton van Kalmthout: Welcome.
      • Suzan van Dijk: brief illustration of the database, its structure and example of research; participants presenting themselves, and then starting work on database, with help of Els Naaijkens and the Instructions in the NEWW site
    • afternoon
      • Tanja Badalic presenting her data and project
  • Tuesday 15 May
    • morning
      • Bénédicte Monicat: working on a particular genre
    • afternoon
      • Marie-Louise Coolahan and Novak Malesevic presenting their data and projects
  • Wednesday 16 May
    • morning
      • Francesca Scott: working on particular (narrative) topoi
      • Gertjan Filarski contributing about planned changes in view of the next version of the database (Virtual Research Environment)
    • afternoon
      • Alenka Jensterle-Dolezal and Corinne Fournier Kiss: presenting their data and projects
  • Thursday 17 May - building closed: Ascension Day
  • Friday 18 May
    • morning
      • Alicia Montoya and Janouk de Groot: the need for systematic and large-scale data entry
    • afternoon
      • Eirini Rizaki presenting her data and project
  • Saturday 19 May
    • morning
      • Isabel Lousada, Pedro Urbano, Sofija Nemet presenting their work and introducing final discussion: comments, plans, etc.

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