The public domain is the collection of all creative works that are no longer subject to exclusive intellectual property rights in the previous year, such as copyrights and other related rights. New works become available in the public domain every year in Belgium as copyright protection expires 70 years after the death of the author or artist. This legal status does not mean that materials become accessible automatically, however.
On Tuesday 25 October at 12 CEST, Laura Soffiantini, TNA research fellow on the H2020 Computational Literary Studies Project, will present on “Yet there is pattern in’t!” Studying formulaic expressions in Latin funerary epigraphy. This talk is part of the Library Lunches hosted at Ghent University's Faculty Library of Arts and Humanities and also on MSTeams. Registeration for this talk can be completed here: https://webappsx.ugent.be/eventManager/events/LibraryLunches
Are you an early career researcher in the field of Digital Humanities or a student interested in DH approaches who would like to discuss DH with other early career researchers in the Belgian DH community? If so, you might be interested in joining the DH Virtual Discussion Group for ECRs!