Boletín de la HDH

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Lista de correo de socios de la HDH y de interesados en las Humanidades Digitales

 La política de suscripción de nuestra lista de correo interna se ha hecho pública para todos aquellos que deseen recibir información sobre nuestras actividades y proyectos, así como enviar los suyos que puedan resultar de interés a la comunidad de Humanidades Digitales en español. 

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Sumario de congresos, seminarios, encuentros científicos

 Editing Fundamentals: Historical and Literary Paradigms in Source Editing - Ninth Conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship. Celebrado en Amsterdam los días 22-24 de Noviembre de 2012.

Síntesis de Peter BOOT (Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands)

Text editions on your smartphone?

Over the last years, the world of the editor of literary and historical texts and sources has seen many changes. In his keynote address to the conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship (ESTS), Manfred Thaller distinguished between four generations of digital editions. The first generation published on paper the result of an electronically prepared edition; the second generation published electronically, often on CD-ROM. In many cases, however, the chosen methods are already obsolete. The third generation has fully embraced the Internet as a publication platform, but the tools for preparing editions are still hopelessly lagging in user-friendliness. The fourth generation is fast approaching: are we about to create editions for mobile media? 

The ESTS conference was held November 22 through 24 in Amsterdam. The conference was organised  by the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands. The institute is the result of a recent merger of two research institutes with a specialisation in historical and literary editing, and  the aim of the conference was to create a rapprochement between the traditions of historical and literary editing.  

 

 

 

 

 

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