Irene Mamprin reviews Paola Italia’s new book, Editing Duemila, which deals with the philology and the diffusion of texts in the web era.
Taggato: digital philology
Alessia Luvisotto’s review of “Teoria e forme del testo digitale” (Carocci, 2019) edited by Michelangelo Zaccarello examines some of the most important challenges of philology at the dawn of the new millennium in relation to the potential of digital textuality.
The interview with Professor Filippomaria Pontani by Marco Sartor offers some interesting considerations on the role of digital technology in humanistic studies.
An international day of study to be held in December 2020 on public humanities and the outflow of the humanitistic knowledge from academic debate circles. Proposal submission closed on Friday, July 10, 2020.
In this article Irene Mamprin reviews the latest volume by Tiziana Mancinelli and Elena Pierazzo, “Che cos’è un’edizione scientifica digitale” (Carocci, 2020), highlighting the limits and potentialities of the new way of conceiving the digital edition of literary texts.