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Digital Medievalist
63 Publications


  • Ciula, Arianna and Francesco Stella, eds., 2006. Digital philology and medieval texts. Pisa: Pacini editore. 208 pages + CD-ROM.

    Fischer, Franz; Rehbein, Malte (2009)
    In January 2006, an international conference was organised in Arezzo, Italy, to discuss the principles and purposes of the critical edition produced with the support of humanities computing tools and methods. With Digital philology and medieval texts, editors Arianna Ciula and Francesco Stella have published a multi-lingual selection of the conference proceedings, bringing together ten papers in Italian, four in English and one in French.

    We are all together: On publishing a Digital Classicist issue of the Digital Medievalist journal

    Bodard, Gabriel; Paul O'Donnell, Daniel (2008)
    This special issue of Digital Medievalist celebrates the close collaboration and communication that has been exercised between the Digital Medievalist and Digital Classicist organisations since their respective inceptions. Although the two organisations overlap in their membership and interests, their strength as organisations—and the success of their cooperation—comes from their ability to maintain distinct identities. Each organisation provides a disciplinary home that allows its members to...

    Medievalists as Early Adopters of Information Technology

    Unsworth, John (2012)
    This elliptical history of digital medievalism amply demonstrates that medievalists are often early adopters of new technologies, and also that medievalists have benefitted, time and again, from their interactions with other fields. As the essays from the 3rd International MARGOT Conference show, medievalists continue to be interested in exploring what new technology can bring to some well-established scholarly practices and genres, including paleography, codicology, translation, dictionaries...

    Semantic linking of the Pre-Christian Religions of the North

    Wills, Tarrin (2014)
    The Sources strand of the Pre-Christian Religions of the North project aims to bring together and document the primary evidence for the early religions of Northern Europe. In order to be useful for researchers these sources must include metadata or semantic links that can connect them to concepts relevant to the study of religions. This paper outlines ways in which some very different source types, including textual sources, place-names, pictures and figurines, can be incorporated into a sing...

    Developing Digital Mappaemundi: An Agile Mode for Annotating Medieval Maps

    Foys, Martin; Bradshaw, Shannon (2012)
    Digital Mappaemundi (DM) is a resource under development to create open source tools for scholars to edit and annotate image and textual data content as linked data, and for other users to search within this rich content. For the purposes of development, our data have been medieval mappaemundi ("maps of the world") and transcriptions of their geographical source texts.The second phase of DM's alpha development (2009-10) allows users to work with digital images of maps from medieval manuscript...
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