Polish Studies Bulletin

Article / interview


DARIAH Working Group on Research Data Management

In April 2020, the work of the new DARIAH working group officially began: DARIAH Working Group on Research Data Management. Its members focus on issues related to broadly understood data management in the humanities and social sciences (SSH).

A new Working Group in DARIAH on Research Data Management, chaired by our Open Science Officer Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra (DARIAH Coordination Office) and Marta Błaszczyńska (Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences), the Working Group aims to tackle such challenges and will support DARIAH to fulfill its mission of facilitating access to data, and supporting the work of our communities with best practices and methods in this relatively new area of academic life. 

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Sustainable and FAIR Data Sharing in the Humanities: Recommendations of the ALLEA Working Group

Developed through an open consultation process by ALLEA's working group on E-Humanities, this report provides a series of recommendations, built around the data lifecycle, for how Humanities researchers can make their research outputs FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable.


Rozmowy „Biuletynu Polonistycznego” - KorBa

Przygotowany i zrealizowany przez Pracownię Historii Języka Polskiego XVII i XVIII w. Instytutu Języka Polskiego PAN we współpracy z Zespołem Inżynierii Lingwistycznej w Instytucie Podstaw Informatyki PAN projekt „Elektroniczny korpus tekstów polskich z XVII i XVIII w. (do 1772 r.)” miał swoją uroczystą premierę 18 czerwca 2018 r. Najważniejszym rezultatem projektu jest udostępniony w Internecie Elektroniczny Korpus Tekstów Polskich XVII i XVIII w. (do 1772 r.), w skrócie nazywany Korpusem Barokowym. Od tej ostatniej nazwy urobiony został akronim KorBa. Projekt był finansowany ze środków Narodowego Programu Rozwoju Humanistyki na lata 2013-2018. Z panem profesorem Włodzimierzem Gruszczyńskim, kierownikiem projektu, oraz panią doktor Renatą Bronikowską, koordynatorką projektu, rozmawiamy o „wczytywaczu”, „tagerach”, i „transkryberach” – a także innych narzędziach humanistyki cyfrowej.



The European Commission will finance the project TRIPLE (Targeting Researchers through Innovative Practices and multiLingual Exploration) under the Horizon 2020 framework with approx. 5,6 million Euros for a duration of 42 months. TRIPLE will be a dedicated service of the OPERAS research infrastructure and will become a strong service in the EOSC marketplace. TRIPLE will help social sciences and humanities (SSH) research in Europe to gain visibility, to be more efficient and effective, to improve its reuse within the SSH and beyond, and to dramatically increase its societal impact. Work is expected to start this fall.


Art in the Places of Death. An interview with Prof. Halina Taborska

"Halina Taborska's book (...) is a peculiar study of the aesthetics of an anti-humanistic act. In fact it introduces such "aesthetics" to the readers, and we are presented with a very carefully prepared documentation of various objects, material and spatial shapes, "installations", murals, museum organizations and documentary activities. These are various shapes in the public space which mediate our perception of an unimaginable crime or "blinding” shapes that protect us from the damages of seeing it again. By bringing this collection of practices together, the book shows their character and multiplicity. The research material gathered in the publication and the scholarly approach make it a must-read not only in the study of war crimes in Europe, but also in the study of symbolic representation of mass crimes - especially in the field of cultural studies, cultural anthropology and art history.” (Prof. Jan Stanisław Wojciechowski, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw - excerpt from the review on the cover).

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