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Vient de paraître. Digital Diplomatics. The Computer as a Tool for the Diplomatist?

L'ouvrage Digital Diplomatics. The Computer as a Tool for the Diplomatist?, éd. par Antonella Ambrosio, Sébastien Barret et Georg Vogeler, vient de paraître dans la collection «Archiv für Diplomatik. Beihefte», Cologne-Weimar-Vienne : Böhlau, 2014.

Scholars of diplomatics never had a fundamental opposition on using modern technology to support their research. Nevertheless no technology since the introduction of photography had such an impact on questions and methods of diplomatics as the computer had. This book discusses the methodological consequences of doing diplomatic research on huge corpora and fast text mining technologies. It gives examples of how to enlarge the digitised charter corpus and demonstrates research applying information technology on medieval and early modern charters asking pure diplomatic questions as well as doing historical or philological research.

Preface

Antonella Ambrosio, Sébastien Barret, Georg Vogeler, Digital Diplomatics. Expertise between computer science and diplomatics

I. Technical and theoretical models

  • Benoît-Michel Tock, La diplomatique numérique, une diplomatique magique?
  • Camille Desenclos, Vincent Jolivet, Diple, propositions pour la convergence de schémas XML/TEI dédiés à l’édition de sources diplomatiques
  • Francesca Capochiani, Chiara Leoni, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco, Codifica, pubblicazione e interrogazione sul web di corpora diplomatici per mezzo di strumenti open source
  • Serena Falletta, Dalla carta al bit. Note metodologiche sull’edizione digitale di un cartulario medievale
  • Gunter Vasold, Progressive Editionen als multidimensionale Informationsräume
  • Luciana Duranti, The return of diplomatics as a forensic discipline

II. Projects for the edition of texts and the publication of information

  • Daniel Piñol Alabart, Proyecto ARQUIBANC – Digitalización de archivos privados catalanes. Una herramienta para la investigación
  • Antonella Ghignoli, Sources and persons of public power in 7th–11th-century Italy, The idea of Italia Regia and the Italia Regia project
  • Richard Higgins, The Repository view. Opening up medieval charters
  • Žarko Vujošević, Nebojša Porčić, Dragić M. Živojinović, Das serbische Kanzleiwesen. Die Herausforderung der digitalen Diplomatik
  • Aleksandrs Ivanovs, Aleksey Varfolomeyev, Some approaches to the semantic publication of charter corpora. The case of the diplomatic edition of Old Russian charters

III. Digital diplomatics in the work of the historian

  • Els De Paermentier, Diplomata Belgica. Analysing medieval charter texts (dictamen) through a quantitative approach. The case of Flanders and Hainaut  (1191–1244)
  • Nicolas Perreaux, De l’accumulation à l’exploitation? Expériences et propositions pour l’indexation et l’utilisation des bases de données diplomatiques
  • Gelila Tilahun, Michael Gervers, Andrey Feuerverger, Statistical methods for applying chronology to undated English medieval documents
  • Michael Hänchen, Neue Perspektiven für die Memorialforschung. Die datenbankgestützte Erschließung digitaler Urkundencorpora am Beispiel der Bestände von Aldersbach und Fürstenzell im 14. Jahrhundert
  • Martin Roland, Illuminierte Urkunden im digitalen Zeitalter. Maßregeln und Chancen
  • Dominique Stutzmann, Conjuguer diplomatique, paléographie et édition électronique. Les mutations du XIIe siècle et la datation des écritures par le profil scribal collectif
  • Jonathan Jarrett, Poor tools to think with. The human space in digital diplomatics

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