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Aodhán Kelly: Dissemination of digital editions

Kelly, Aodhán (16 mai 2014)

Hello. I’m Aodhán Kelly from Dublin, Ireland. I recently started my position as a DiXiT Early Stage Research Fellow (ESR 11) with the University of Antwerp supervised by Dirk Van Hulle. My academic background is primarily in History, which I studied at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth ...

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An ‘Open Access in action’ experience

Sichani, Anna-Maria (29 nov. 2016)

This year’s International Open Access Week theme was “Open in Action”. The week (October 24 - 30, 2016) held a plethora of events, talks and other initiatives that presented, discussed and challenged various aspects from Open Access (OA) in academic publishing and scholarly communication, ...

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Report: Complexities of Project Logistics Workshop

toljamo (4 nov. 2016)

One of the three pre-conference workshops leading up to the ESTS 2016 / DiXiT 3 conference held in Antwerp at the beginning of October was organised by DiXiT and focussed on complexities of project logistics. Workshop under way (photo credit: Pim Verhulst). The workshop was convened by Peter Boot ...

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Code and Collation: training textual scholars

Spadini, Elena (15 nov. 2016)

Post by Elli Bleeker and Elena Spadini What is collation? What is automated text collation? And how can it advance our research into text and historical documents? These and other questions were at the center of an intensive and productive three-day workshop on semi-automatic collation, which took ...

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Firing the Kiln

turska (30 juil. 2014)

Last week I've started my secondment at King's College London under the supervision of dr Elena Pierazzo. My work there is to learn as much as I can from the fabulous team of researchers and developers that form the King's Department of Digital Humanities and obviously contribute to it. As my DiXiT ...

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EEBO Hackfest and One Markup Geek in the Corner

Misha (13 mars 2015)

On March 9th, to celebrate the release of over 25,000 texts from the Early English Books on-line project into the public domain, the Bodleian libraries hosted a one-day Hackfest at the Weston Library to bring together a wide range of scholars and developers interested in using the newly released ...

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Defining Scholarly Editions, pt.1: Critical vs. enriched

neuber (30 juin 2014)

Within „Defining Scholarly Editions“, I want to open a new section in our blog which offers the opportunity to discuss the theoretical definition and the different understanding of scholarly editions and related questions such as “the role of the editor”, “the tasks of a commentary,” and ...

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Francisco Javier Álvarez Carbajal: Practice and usability of critical editions (ESR5)

Álvarez-Carbajal, Francisco Javier (19 mai 2014)

¡Hola amigos! My name is Francisco Javier and I am originally from Oviedo (Spain). I got my Degree in History at the University of Oviedo in 2009. There I did the master “The medieval town”, where I decided to specialize in Paleography and Diplomatics with a dissertation on the documentary ...

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Halfway through the story of ...*

Spinazzè, Linda (12 sept. 2015)

* The Divine Comedy's incipit: «Nel mezzo del cammin...» translated by Ciaran Carson (Dante's Inferno, 2002) You don't have to go fast, you just have to go. (courtesy of Cristiano Musa ) While working on a project, it is wise to make time for moment’s reflection. So, after my first 6 months in ...

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Elli Bleeker: Mapping invention in writing (ESR 3)

Elli (16 mai 2014)

In the French animation movie Le Tableau (2011), three groups of characters co-exist within the painting of a castle: the Toupins (“tout peints”; completely finished), the Pafinis (“pas finis”; not entirely finished) and the Reufs (who are only roughly sketched). The Toupins rule the castle ...

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