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A Catalogue of Digital Editions

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A Catalogue of Digital Editions

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This website showcases the research data collection work undertaken by PhD candidate Greta Franzini at the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities under the supervision of Dr Melissa Terras and Simon Mahony.
Greta is creating a digital edition of the oldest surviving manuscript of S. Augustine's De Civitate Dei. Before doing so, her research seeks to examine best practice in the field of digital editions by collating relevant evidence in a detailed catalogue of extant electronic text projects. The catalogue records features, scope, philological as well as technological aspects of each edition and is exhibited here in its embryonic form with the intention of becoming a collaborative endeavour for the benefit of the Digital Humanities community.

Lists of digital editions already exist and have been around for many years. None, however, record project features, nor do they provide an easy means of browsing, viewing and downloading the data. Greta's catalogue fills that gap as it not only provides an up-to-date record of what is currently available but breaks projects down into their constituent parts for a detailed understanding of their build.
The catalogue is of great benefit as it provides:
- an accessible, unique record of what has been used and tested in the past, what works and what does not;
- an insight into past, present and future projects;
- the possibility of viewing trends or patterns (e.g. what time periods are most covered or which institutions produce the largest number of digital editions);
- a platform where collaborators can engage in live discussions and update information as it becomes available;
- a means of identifying which areas need to be improved and flagging up broken links or errors.
While currently serving as a doctoral survey, the catalogue is being developed into a large resource. With this website, Greta hopes to encourage interested scholars to join the project as co-editors and, together, record extant electronic editions for the benefit of the Digital Humanities community.

For more information on how to contribute, visit the About page on this website.

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Classico Contemporaneo

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Classico Contemporaneo

Call for Papers for New Publication

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Classico Contemporaneo is a new international review aimed at sharing themes, methods and experiences dealing with the persistence of the classical tradition in western cultural memory. The review's focus converges on the relationship between modernity and Classics and its influence on the daily collective imagination.

The guidelines for submissions include, but are not limited to, didactical practices, research themes, and methodology. Experiences from abroad and reviews of literary and visual works inspired by Classics are welcome.

The first issue of Classico Contemporaneo will collect contributions about the classical tradition in western cultural memory and new perspectives that modern knowledge transmission has created. For information please contact us: Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir.

 

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Lire, interpréter, transmettre les Adages d’Érasme

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Lire, interpréter, transmettre les Adages d'Érasme

UNIVERSITÉ PARIS-OUEST-NANTERRE, CSLF, 13-15 MARS 2014.

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Marie-Dominique Legrand, avec la collaboration de Nadia Cernogora, Mathieu de La Gorce, Alice Vintenon, Paul-Victor Desarbres, prépare l'organisation d'un colloque sur les Adages d'Érasme, dans le cadre des activités du Centre des Sciences de la Littérature Française (CSLF, E.A. 1586) et de l'École Doctorale ( E.D. 138) de l'UFR Philosophie Langues Littérature Information et Communication (PHILLIA) et avec la participation, au Département de latin, d'Étienne Wolff.
Il y a bien longtemps en effet, en France en particulier, qu'un colloque n'a pas été entièrement consacré aux Adages alors que depuis des années d'éminents spécialistes ont fait connaître de grandes avancées dans l'étude philologique, l'édition, l'interprétation mais aussi la vulgarisation (notamment par la traduction, partielle, complète ou anthologique) de ce grand ouvrage, emblématique de La République des Lettres.

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Projet interdisciplinaire "Voir des fantômes"

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Projet interdisciplinaire "Voir des fantômes"

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Ce cycle de rencontres et de conférences consacrées à l'apparition, la vision, la représentation et la perception des fantômes porte aussi bien sur les Arts, Lettres et Langues que sur les Sciences humaines et Neurosciences.

Il sera animé par trois chercheurs des équipes du CHER (EA4376), du CARRA (EA3094) et de Configurations littéraires (EA1337) ainsi que par des spécialistes des universités françaises et étrangères invités. L'originalité de cette démarche consiste à créer un espace de convergence qui permettra d'échanger, de confronter et de nourrir les différentes approches sur ce sujet dans une perspective tant diachronique que synchronique.

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Kommentierung der Fragmente der griechischen Komödie (KomFrag)

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Kommentierung der Fragmente der griechischen Komödie (KomFrag)

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KomFrag, an international project based at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Germany) and funded by the Heidelberg Academy, aims to produce individual editions with full scholarly commentary of all the fragments of Greek comedy. The languages of the commentaries are German, English, French, and Italian. Interested American scholars, especially younger ones, are encouraged to contribute.

For further information please see the Project website, and for particulars please contact the Director, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Zimmermann ( Cette adresse email est protégée contre les robots des spammeurs, vous devez activer Javascript pour la voir. ).

 

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