Digitalia MUNI ARTS – reliable infrastructure for FF MU digital platforms.
Digitalia MUNI Arts is a research infrastructure whose main purpose is to support digital research in the humanities and arts at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University (FF MU). The aim is to make available and preserve research data and research results of academics working at FF MU in the long term, to support research by making available tools and preparing a virtual research environment that enables the development and strengthening of scientific collaboration and re-using of research data.
We present a list of individual platforms involved in the Digitalia MUNI ARTS infrastructure. By joining the infrastructure, long-term protection and quality care of the contained data is ensured. Links to other faculty platforms can be found in a separate catalogue.
The aim of the project is to make the extensive work of Arne Novák accessible. The collection includes digitized materials from the Central Library of the FF MU.
The factographic database provides access to archaeological data and visualisations of Early Bronze Age arrowheads from Moravian and Slovak sites.
The database contains information about individual cinemas, their programmes and films shown in Brno in 1918–1945.
Digital Library of the FF MU
The digital library contains freely available full texts of journals, monographs and proceedings published at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University.
The image database offers several hundred samples of liturgical vestments and other ceremonial fabrics, mostly from the 18th century.
Linguistic corpus focusing on spoken French in rap songs, not only for socio-lexical research.
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