Textual scholarship (or textual studies) is an umbrella term for disciplines that deal with describing, transcribing, editing or annotating texts and physical documents (cit. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Textual_scholarship)
This article probes the history of education and current pedagogical practices among Malayali physician-teachers, vaidya-gurus, of Ayurveda in central Kerala. Considering the sources vaidya-gurus cite as the bases of their teaching styles, especially a three-part method known as mukhāmukhaṃ (‘face-to-face’ instruction), I discuss the place, produc…[Read more]
In this article, I hitch the ever-present awareness of disease in my personal life and our shared world today to a pointed and academic reflection on the ways we consume and re-present information about disease from premodern South Asia that’s contained in texts.
The third volume of the DH Benelux Journal. This volume includes six full-length, peer-reviewed articles that are based on accepted contributions to the 2020 virtual DH Benelux conference. Contents: 1. Editor’s Preface (Wout Dillen, Marijn Koolen, Marieke van Erp); 2. Introduction: Digital Humanities Online (Antske Fokkens, Christian Gosvig…[Read more]
Carlo Morelli deposited Homologous Ipseitic Metanoias of Saint Paul and Doctoral Learners: A Biblical Exegesis Comparing the Transformative Journeys of Saint Paul and Doctoral Researchers in the group Textual Scholarship on Humanities Commons 8 months ago
This article presents biblical exegesis and parallel synthetic thematic analysis comparing the transformative journeys of Saint Paul and doctoral researchers concluding the religious conversion of Saint Paul of Tarsus and the identity-transforming journey a student undergoes from burgeoning researcher to doctoral scholar represent parallel…[Read more]
The Abbey of St. Gallen was the foremost centre for the study of the Etymologiae of Isidore of Seville in the Carolingian period. Not only can more than twenty early medieval manuscripts transmitting material from the Etymologiaebe associated with Carolingian St. Gallen, but its scriptorium also produced two scholarly redactions of Isidore’s e…[Read more]
Erin McGuirl started the topic Call for Fellowship Applications from the BSA: Deadline October 1, 2021 in the discussion Textual Scholarship on Humanities Commons 10 months ago
In keeping with the central value the Society places on bibliography as a critical framework, the BSA funds a number of fellowships to promote inquiry and research in books and other textual artifacts in both traditional and emerging formats.Bibliographical projects may range chronologically from the study of clay tablets and papyrus rolls to…[Read more]
Las herramientas de publicación como Edition Visualization Technology (EVT) tienen la ventaja principal de facilitar y agilizar el proceso de publicación web de ediciones codificadas en XML/TEI. El editor puede actuar de manera autónoma y no precisa ser experto en desarrollo web, pues es suficiente descargar la herramienta, cambiar algunos pa…[Read more]
Antonio Rojas Castro deposited La colaboración con bibliotecas y archivos desde las Humanidades Digitales. Una mirada a Proyecto Humboldt Digital (ProHD) in the group Textual Scholarship on Humanities Commons 11 months ago
What are the confluences between library science and digital humanities? How can digital humanists build resources in collaboration with librarians? How culture and politics are shaping the development of digitization practices in Latin America and Europe? This paper aims to answer some of these questions by looking at Proyecto Humboldt Digital…[Read more]
An overall view of the use of personal and adverbial pronouns in a 15-c. long text in verse witten in Catalan, “Espill” by Jaume Roig. Personal and adverbial pronouns are studied by themselves as well as in combination.
Slide 1: Title slide
Slide 2: Presentation Overview
Slide 3: Drama and Theatre Elam quote
Slide 4: Prague School interest in theatre, drama and semiotics theory
Slide 5: The beginnings of semiotic exploration – Mukarovsky 1931
Slide 6: Theatre scene example
Slide 7: Prague School and Semiotics
Slide 8 -9: Roman Jakobson’s Theory of…[Read more]
This interdisciplinary research is twofold: it addresses the dearth of investigation into stage directions as blueprint of production, as well as the lack of functional stylistic analysis of the same. A functional approach to stage directions can decode meaning back to behaviour- a poignant principle of functional grammar when applied to what is…[Read more]
Digital editions are easily modified after they are first published — a state of affairs that poses challenges both for long-term scholarly reference and for various forms of electronic distribution and analysis. This article argues that producers of digital editions should assign meaningful version numbers to their editions and update those v…[Read more]
The Etymologiae of Isidore of Seville was one of the most widely read works of the early Middle Ages, as is evidenced by the number of surviving manuscripts. August Eduard Anspach’s handlist from the 1940s puts their number at almost 1,200, of which approximately 300 were estimated to have been copied before the year 1000. This article, based on a…[Read more]
This graphic provides an overview of the different hand which made entries in the Codex Donaueschingen A III 19 of the Badische Landesbibliothek Karlsruhe.
The second volume of the DH Benelux Journal. This volume includes four full-length, peer-reviewed articles that are based on accepted contributions to the 2019 DH Benelux conference in Liège (Belgium) on Digital Humanities in Society. Contents: 1. Editors’ Preface (Wout Dillen, Marijn Koolen, Marieke van Erp); 2. Introduction: Digital Humanities…[Read more]
The first volume of the DH Benelux Journal. This volume includes four full-length, peer-reviewed articles that are based on accepted contributions to the 2018 DH Benelux conference in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) on Integrating Digital Humanities.
1. Editors’ Preface (Wout Dillen, Marijn Koolen, Marieke van Erp)
2. Introduction:…[Read more]
For Paeanius’ Greek translation of Eutropius’ Breviarium, a single manuscript, Iviron 812 (12th cent.), is found to be the only independent witness for establishing the text.
In this paper, we propose a ‘minimal digital pedagogy’ that applyies the principles of Minimal Computing in the classroom. As a working group of ADHO’s GO:DH Special Interest Group, Minimal Computing sets out to rethink DH work for areas in the world where factors such as high-end hardware, software, network capacity, power, etc. are not a given,…[Read more]
Augustine Farinola deposited Towards an African Indigenous Model of Communication for Software Development in Digital Humanities in the group Textual Scholarship on Humanities Commons 1 year, 9 months ago
This research addresses the issues surrounding the low level of Digital Humanities (DH) technological consciousness among students and academics in the humanities discipline in Africa (Nigeria). The study, using online questionnaires, shows that despite the wide acceptance of DH Technological tools among some African scholars in the humanities,…[Read more]
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