Volume 2020 - magazén | International Journal for Digital and Public Humanities

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Volume 2020 - magazén | International Journal for Digital and Public Humanities

Paolo Monella
Dear colleagues,

The Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH) gladly
announces the publication of its inaugural volume 2020 of magazén,
International Journal for Digital and Public Humanities.

The interdisciplinary journal is undergoing double-blind peer-review and
will be published twice per year in open access by Edizioni Ca’ Foscari.

It aims at stimulating an interdisciplinary discourse on methods and
practices serving a collaborative development of durable, reusable,
shared resources for research and learning in the field of digital and
public humanities. Volume 2020 features ten articles by international
scholars divided in two issues and devoted to the topic of “Fusions”,
thus analysing the intertwining landscape emerging from the recent
development of digital and public humanities.

As a matter of fact, in the last two decades much effort was placed in
defining separate disciplinary fields, in order to canonise and validate
the use of digital methodologies or public approaches in the specific
subsets of the humanities.

However, evidence suggests that digital and public challenges facing
individual disciplines are actually common to the entire field of the
humanities, thus favouring a cross-disciplinary approach rather than
thematic isolation.

Issue 1 can already be accessed online at
https://edizionicafoscari.unive.it/it/edizioni4/riviste/magazen/2020/1/,
while issue 2 will soon be made available on the same platform. Please
find the table of contents below.

Table of contents:

2020.1 > magazén
“A New Venture and a Commitment to Disciplinary Fusion in the Domain of
Digital and Public Humanities” - Franz Fischer, Diego Mantoan and
Barbara Tramelli

1. “Immersive Intelligent Aesthetics as Conduit for Digital and Public
Humanities Research” - Dennis Del Favero, Ursula Frohne and Susanne Thurow
2. “From Digital Archaeology to Data-Centric Archaeological Research” -
Franco Niccolucci
3. “A Session of Disciplinary ‘Fusion’” - Stoyan V. Sgourev
4. “Merging Music and Landscape: un approccio digitale per lo studio
dell’identità culturale della Modena estense” - Angela Fiore and Sara
Belotti
5. “The Digital Enhancement of a Discipline: Byzantine Sigillography and
Digital Humanities” - Alessio Sopracasa, Martina Filosa and Simona Stoyanova

2020.2 > magazén (forthcoming)
“By Way of Another Editorial on Fusions in the Digital and Public
Humanities” - Franz Fischer, Diego Mantoan and Barbara Tramelli

1. “Citizen Humanities as a Fusion of Digital and Public Humanities?” -
Barbara Heinisch
2. “A Brief History of the Theory and Practice of Computational Literary
Criticism (1963 - 2020)” - Chris Beausang
3. “Digital Public History Inside and Outside the Box” - Enrica Salvatori
4. “Digital Heritage Consumption: the Case of the Metropolitan Museum of
Art” - Trilce Navarrete and Elena Villaespesa
5. “Neither Literature nor Object: Children’s Writings in the Digital
Public Realm” - Kathryn Simpson and Lois Burke

On behalf of the Editorial Committee,
Paolo Monella

Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities
DSU - Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia
Malcanton Marcorà, Dorsoduro 3484/D - 30123 Venezia

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