What is Diplomatics in the Digital Environment?
Digital Diplomatics 2013: “What is Diplomatics in the Digital Environment?” Paris, France 14-16 November 2013 Diplomatics has changed fundamentally in the last few decades due to dramatic developments in information technology. While consolidating itself as an autonomous science with its own centuries-old theory, methodology, analytical processes and tools, focused on research on medieval and early modern legal documents, it has also grown into an interdisciplinary field, expanding its area of inquiry to all kinds of textual traditions, documentary forms and creation processes through the use of sophisticated digital tools.
Following the success of the two conferences on Digital Diplomatics that took place in 2007 in Munich and 2011 in Naples, this conference, to be held in Paris, 14-16th November 2013, has the goal to further the scholarly reflection on the way in which diplomatics has developed as a result of both the opportunities offered by digital tools to study historical documents and the challenges presented by born digital documents and by the need to understand their structure and the complex digital environments in which they reside.
You can find the Program at a Glance and the Registration Form (please, note that registration is free) here:http://www.cei.lmu.de/digdipl13/.
We, as co-chairs of the Program Committee, look very much forward to spend three stimulating and challenging days with you,
- Antonella Ambrosio, Italy
- Luciana Duranti, Canada
- Olivier Canteaut, France
- Georg Vogeler, Germany
Dr. Luciana Duranti
- Chair and Professor | Archival Studies School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies The University of British Columbia | The Irving K. Barber Learning Centre Phone 604 822 2587 | Fax 604 822 6006 email@example.com | www.slais.ubc.ca
- Director, The InterPARES Project | www.interpares.org
- Director, Centre for the International Study of Records and Archives www.ciscra.org | www.lucianaduranti.ca
Informaciones enviadas por Anna Szlejcher