OstDok (Osteuropa-Dokumente online – Eastern Europe Documents on-line) is the central open access platform for the full texts of research published electronically in Eastern, East-Central and South-East European studies. It forms part of the interdisciplinary portal osmikon.
The offering includes retro-digitized book series published by partners in the project, including the "Publications of Collegium Carolinum", the proceedings of the "Bad Wiessee Conferences" and the "Publications of the German-Czech and German-Slovakian Historical Commission". New collections in this series will be issued as hybrid publications after a three-year retention period. Publications issued by other publishing houses, such as Schöningh, Otto Sagner and Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, may also be added to the portal.
In addition to this, OstDok will provide researchers with the opportunity to publish the results of their research on-line. In this interest we will make a number of paths to publication available: a "green path" (in which already published texts are republished for a second time) and a "golden path" (for new work to be published for the first time on-line).
Project partners: Collegium Carolinum; Herder Institute, Marburg; Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg; Bavarian State Library, Munich
Financing: Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation – DFG)
Contact: Peter Valena (peter.valena[at]collegium-carolinum.de)
Wir freuen uns, Ihnen mitteilen zu können, dass der Jahresbericht 2018 des Collegium Carolinum erschienen ist. Zudem möchten wir Sie zudem wieder über den Neuerwerb der Wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek informieren.
Gaststipendien des Collegium Carolinum 2019
Katharina Aubele: Vertriebene Frauen in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Engagement in Kirchen, Verbänden und Parteien 1945–1970