Scholarly Editing and the Media Shift – Procedures and Theory

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Type: 
Seminar
Date: 
September 8, 2015 to September 9, 2015
Location: 
Italy
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities, Literature

University of Verona – Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures – Graduate School for the Humanities

INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON DIGITAL HUMANITIES
VERONA, 8TH-9TH SEPTEMBER 2015

Room S1 – Polo Zanotto
Scholarly Editing and the Media Shift – Procedures and Theory

PROGRAMME

Sept. 8th, 2015

h. 9

Arnaldo Soldani – Welcome Address

Adele Cipolla – Introduction to the Workshop

h. 10

Patrick Sahle – Traditions of Scholarly Editing and the Media Shift
Discussion

Pause

h. 11. 30

Domenico Fiormonte - Theory and Practice of the Scholarly Digital Edition: The ECDOSIS PLATFORM
Discussion

Pause

h. 13: Lunch

h. 16

Workshop

Tiziana Mancinelli – Models and methodologies to represent the digital text. Introduction to TEI, methods and languages to data managment and display

h. 20: Dinner

Sept. 9th, 2015

h. 9. 30

Patrick Sahle – Editorial Procedures Recasted Digitally
Discussion

Pause

h. 11. 30

Anna Cappellotto – Towards a History of Evaluating Scholarly Editions

Discussion

Pause

h. 13: Lunch

h. 16

Marina Buzzoni – Computer-Assisted Stemmatology: Some Theoretical Issues

Final Discussion

 

The seminar is addressed to PhD, graduate students and scholars: if you are interested in attending, please, register at proposals.filologiadigitale@ateneo.univr.it, by Aug., 31st, 2015

We will be able to offer to one of our participants (selected among undergraduates, PhD and graduate students) a bursary of 200,00 euros to cover travel and/or accommodation costs (for further details on application procedure please visit: http://filologiadigitaleverona.it/uncathegorized/dh-application-form)

Contact Info: 

Prof. Maria Adele Cipolla, University of Verona (scientific committee)

Dr. Anna Cappellotto, University of Verona (organizing committee)