Second Webinar Hadîth RAQMYAT/ حديث رقميات – Monday 6 July
Second session: Monday 6 July 2020
Schedule: 4.30 pm (Tunis) – 5.30 pm (Paris )
Duration : 1h30
Digital tools for research in Humanities
Part One : Tunisia and Spain
This second session will be divided into two parts. The first part will be devoted to the online tools and resources available in Tunisia and Spain for doctoral students in the human and social sciences. How to do research today with digital technology? What are universities making available?
The second part of this session will be held at the beginning of the academic year. It will deal this time with the French and Austrian perspectives.
Maurizio Toscano, Researcher, University of Granada
Asma Nouira, Associate Professor, University of Tunis El Manar
Kmar Ben Dana, Professor Emeritus, University of Manouba
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Maurizio Toscano is a researcher at the University of Granada (Spain). His research interests include Digital Public History, Data modelling, GIS and Web Information Systems for research in History, History of Arts and Archaeology. Maurizio received his Bachelor’s degree (Hons) in Cultural Heritage and Master’s degree (Hons) in Computer Application in Archaeology in Italy, before moving to Ireland where he worked 10 years in the private sector. Since 2014, Maurizio has participated in several FP7 and H2020 projects (MEMOLA, REACH, DESIR) as project partner and work package leader. Since 2019, he is a member of the Board of Directors of Asociación de Humanidades Digitales Hispánicas.
Asma Nouira. Political science AssociateProfessor and Chair of the Department of Political Science in the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Tunis-El Manar. Her main research field is the relationship between religion and politics, with a particular focus on the relationship between the state and religion in Tunisia, in comparative perspective with the Arab and Muslim world as well as the western historical experiences. She has also worked on several thematic such as political parties, gender, decentralization, democratization and human rights. She is the co-founder of the Tunisian Observatory of democratic transition in 2011. Since 2016, she has participated H2020 project (MedReset) as project partner and work package leader.