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20 FEBRUARY 2020

Seminars

Teresa Numerico, L'eredità di Alan Turing: tra memoria e intelligenza delle macchine

Aula Forti, via Zamboni 32, I piano

Lezione dedicata ai Dottorandi del corso di Culture letterarie e filologiche, all'interno del ciclo "I Maestri"

20 JANUARY 2020

Seminars

Guy Marechal, On contextual modelling of documentary heritage assets and a concrete example of application

Aula Affreschi, via Zamboni 34

Guy Marechal, TITAN & Unesco "Memory of the World" Program will present "AXIS-CSRM, Autonomous eXchange packages for Interoperable Systems - Conceptual Semantic Reference Model".

20 JANUARY 2020

Seminars

Internal DH.ARC seminar

via Zamboni 34

Presentation of activities managed by DH.ARC staff and collaborators for preparing the afternoon discussion with Guy Marechal

12 DECEMBER 2019

Conferences

Dirk Van Hulle (Christ College, Oxford) on Samuel Beckett Digital Manuscript Project - https://www.beckettarchive.org/

AULA AFFRESCHI, via Zamboni, 34

Dirk Van Hulle (Christ College, Oxford) introduces his Samuel Beckett Digital Manuscript Project, whose purpose is to reunite the manuscripts of Samuel Beckett's works in a digital way and to facilitate genetic research through DH.

11 DECEMBER 2019

Conferences

Francesca Serra, Valeria Cavalloro and Virginia Giustetto (University of Geneve) on Calvino’s Digital Project - http://atlantecalvino.unige.ch/

AULA AFFRESCHI, via Zamboni, 34

Francesca Serra, Valeria Cavalloro and Virginia Giustetto (University of Geneve) introduce Atlante Calvino: a series of in-depth researches on Italo Calvino's work in the context of the Digital Humanities: in particular through the tools for exploring and visualising data (Data Visualisation).

05 DECEMBER 2019

Conferences

Roberto Leporatti (University of Geneve) on "The scattered poems of Francesco Petrarca: The other side of Canzoniere"

AULA AFFRESCHI, via Zamboni, 34

Roberto Leporatti (University of Geneve) and his research team introduces RdP Project (funded by the FNSRS): The scattered poems of Petrarca. The other side of Canzoniere.

19 NOVEMBER 2019

Seminars

Michelangelo Zaccarello, The other side(s) of digital textuality

Aula Affreschi, via Zamboni 34

L'avvento del mezzo digitale ha profondamente trasformato tanto le dinamiche di produzione e diffusione del testo letterario, quanto la relativa prassi editoriale. Nonostante ciò, le questioni di fondo che pone la filologia conservano tutta la loro importanza.

13 NOVEMBER 2019

Conferences

Fabio Massimo Bertolo’s Lesson on Luca Pacioli’s Summa, Venezia 1494

AULA AFFRESCHI, via Zamboni, 34

Fabio Massimo Bertolo, CEO of Minerva Auctions, introduces the ancient book and its fascinating history, through an exceptional example: the "Summa" by Luca Pacioli, the most important treatise on arithmetic, geometry and proportions of the Renaissance, published in Venice in 1494.

11 NOVEMBER 2019

Seminars

Marie Rebecchi, The Intelligence of a Time Machine from Jean Epstein to Friedrich Kittler

Aula Affreschi, Via Zamboni 34, Piano Terra

Cinema can be interpreted as “time machine” and exhibits plasticity of time (time-lapse, slow motion, loops and inversions). According to Jean Epstein, avant-garde filmmaker, cinema is a “machine for thinking time”, as a cinematic potential to deconstruct our understanding of time and space.

07 NOVEMBER 2019

Seminars

Stephen McCormick, A Digital Facsimile Edition of the Franco-Italian Huon d’Auvergne (14th and 15th centuries)

Aula Forti, via Zamboni 32

Stephen is professor at the Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA, USA

25 OCTOBER 2019

Seminars

Domenico Fiormonte, The Digital Humanist. The past, the present and… the future?

Aula Affreschi, via Zamboni 34

Starting from the reflections at the edge of "The Digital Humanist: A Critical Inquiry" (Punctum Books, 2015), the author explores the current role of DH in society and culture, envisaging future directions

17 OCTOBER 2019

Seminars

Richard Rogers, Situating digital methods

Aula Affreschi, via Zamboni 34

The lecture historicises and theorises digital methods, situating them as a part of the computational turn in internet-related research.