CENDARI is a research infrastructure project aimed at integrating digital archives for the medieval and World War One eras.

Project Blog

Project Blog

  • PARTHENOS kick-off in Florence 3 July 2015

    The official kick-off of the international project PARTHENOS will take place on 3 July 2015, in one of the historical halls of the iconic Palazzo Vecchio in Florence, Italy.  CENDARI is one of the participating infrastructures in this exciting development for the European research infrastructure landscape.


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  • Featured Fellow: Tim Buchen

    Today’s Featured Fellow is Tim Buchen, a researcher with Europa Universität Viadrina Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Polenstudien, in Germany.  Tim was hosted by KCL for his project, titled: B/ORDERS in Motion: The Reordering of East Central Europe in the Aftermath of Empires, 1917-1923.
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  • Featured Fellow: Roni Shweka

    Roni Shweka is the latest CENDARI Transnational Access Fellow to be featured on our blog.  Roni spent his time with King’s College London, researching a preliminary survey of European manuscripts in the Cairo Genizah, a unique treasure trove of medieval manuscripts dating between 10-14th centuries.
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The CENDARI project is funded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Programme