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Guest blogger Ilaria Conte: Manoscritti in cerca di catalogo

Il consortium COBNIF (Consortium Bibliothèque Numérique Franco-Italienne) mi ha offerto l’opportunità di intraprendere un lavoro di ricerca e catalogazione dei manoscritti italiani presenti a Grenoble. Il progetto, intitolato « META FGBib Manuscrits Italiens de Grenoble », ha come scopo principale la realizzazione di un catalogo redatto in XML-TEI, linguaggio che consente l’acquisizione di metadati descrittivi che potranno essere esportati facilmente in diversi database. L’iniziativa, ideata dai responsabili del progetto Fonte Gaia, risponde al bisogno di valorizzazione delle opere italiane manoscritte conservate a Grenoble nella speranza di poter offrire nuovi stimoli alla ricerca storica e filologica italo-francese.

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Angers -France- 2017: Colloque international « Crowdsourcing » /International Conference: « Crowdsourcing ». Appel à contribution /Call for proposal

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Le crowdsourcing pour partager, enrichir et publier des sources patrimoniales

Colloque organisé par le CIRPaLL, le CERHIO (université d’Angers) et l’UMR Litt&Arts (Université Grenoble-Alpes)

Organisateurs : Cécile Meynard, Florence Alibert, Valérie Neveu, Elisabeth Greslou, Thomas Lebarbé

18-20 octobre 2017

Université d’Angers

Lieu : Maison de la Recherche Germaine Tillion (Angers)

Les propositions de communications, d’une quinzaine de lignes maximum, accompagnées d’un CV (1 page maximum) doivent être envoyées aux organisateurs à l’adresse suivante : cecile.meynard [at] gmail.com avant le 31 mars 2017.

Langues du colloque: Français, Anglais

Calendrier:

  • 31 mars 2017: limite de dépôt des propositions de communication
  • 30 avril 2017: notification aux auteurs
  • 18-20 octobre 2017: Colloque international

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Crowdsourcing as a means to share, enrich and public heritage sources

Conference organised by CIRPaL, CERHIO (Angers University) and Litt&Arts (Grenoble Alpes University)

Organizers: Cécile Meynard, Florence Alibert, Valérie Neveu, Elisabeth Greslou, Thomas Lebarbé

October 18-20, 2017

Angers University

Location : Maison de la Recherche Germaine Tillion (Angers)

Communication proposals, of about 15 lines, with author’s curriculum vitae (1 page), are to be addressed to the organisers to the following email cecile.meynard [at] gmail.com, before March 31st 2017.

Conference languages: French, English

Calendar:

  • March 31st 2017: communication proposals deadline
  • April 30th 2017: notification to authors
  • October 18th, 19th, 20th 2017: International Conference

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Bridging the Babel of Textual Criticism

Post by Wout Dillen, guest author for FonteGaia. Wout Dillen is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Borås, Sweden, where his work is part of the DiXiT Marie Curie Initial Training Network. He developed the Lexicon of Scholarly Editing as an appendix to his Ph.D. dissertation, which was part of the ERC project CUTS (Creative Undoing and Textual Scholarship) at the University of Antwerp.

Lexicographical Approaches to Encompassing a Multilingual Research Field.

Although Textual Criticism is an international discipline concerned with the curation, analysis, and edition of historical documents written in any language, the field has primarily given rise to a number of distinct culture-dependent editorial traditions of textual scholarship. German Editionswissenschaft, Anglo-American Scholarly Editing, French critique génétique, and Italian Filologia d’autore are but a few examples.

But in the last decades the field has witnessed a rapprochement of different editorial theories and practices, transforming this series of individual, monolingual discussions into a larger, multilingual one. The result of this rapprochement is that rather than focussing on the differences between their respective traditions, it is now generally accepted that they each provide a different, but equally valuable perspective on how the texts of literary works could be edited, based on the historical evidence of textual transmission.

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