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Analyzing Data Sets in the Dynamic and Contextual Database ODIS

April 25 @ 6:00 pm CEST

ODIS is a dynamic and contextual database. It offers instruments for innovative, multidisciplinary and comparative research into the historic civil society, furthering cross- fertilization between scholarly researchers and the custodians of the relevant cultural heritage collections. In my presentation, I will demonstrate the utility of GIS within this database with numerous data series for researchers.

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Dr. Aaldert Prins
Consultant Evadoc (KU Leuven – Belgium).

Aaldert Prins graduated from the Evangelical Theological Faculty (ETF) in Leuven, Belgium, in 1991 with a Licentiate in Theology. At the same faculty, he earned a PhD in Theology and Religious Studies in 2015. From 2009, he is part time Consultant Evadoc within KADOC-KU Leuven for the Protestant (and Anglican) documentary and intangible heritage. From 1996, he is RE-teacher at Secondary State Schools in the Bruges area. From 2009-2021, he was Assistant in Historical Theology and as of 2021, he is Affiliated Researcher in Historical Theology at ETF-Leuven.

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April 25
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6:00 pm CEST
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Christians in GIS
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