Open Science, Digital Humanities, Cultural Heritage and so on…
Francesca Di Donato interviews Fiammetta Ghedini about ERCcOMICS, a 4-year project of the European Research Council that exploits the power of visual story-telling through comics.
In his paper “A social network analysis of Twitter: Mapping the digital humanities community”, Martin Grandjean presents the results of a study on the use of twitter by the community of researchers working in the Digital Humanities.
My name is Danilo and writing is what I do. I’m a journalist, a copywriter but more than anything else I’m an editor.
My path to getting here was strange: I graduated from high school studying Latin and Greek, I studied digital humanities in Pisa, then I started working in Net7 as a real programmer
My third and last suggestion concerns some thoughts inspired by Claire Warwick‘s keynote at the closing ceremony of DH2016.
Good news! Our web annotator Pundit, a component of Muruca Framework, has been short-listed for the Innovation Radar Prize 2016.
The second suggestion I bring back home from Krakow, is hooked to the end of the previous one
DH2016, annual conference of Digital Humanities is a great opportunity to take a broad view of the state of the art in the different domains covered by this wide definition.
Backing home from Krakow after four rich days…
DG2016, day 2: Muruca’s team member Giulio is now following Enrica Salvatori speech: “Digicraft and ‘Systemic Thinking’ in Digital Humanities.
Five basic tools to build a digital library
The origin of Digital Hub, a digital “agorà” designed to empower internal and external communication of research and cooperation projects