Session 2: Scholarly Editing in a Digital World: Pushing the Boundaries

In this session three leading American scholarly editors, all experienced proponents of born-digital scholarly editions, address questions central to the future of scholarly editing. It generally dealt with the future, possibilities and problem of scholarly editing in a digital world. The three speakers have extensive experience in the world of born-digital scholarly editions which allows […]

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IFPH

One of the most difficult dilemma’s a public historian can find on his path is the one which concerns the role that people might play in making history. In respect of the central theme of this conference, the participants of this session tried to show how the internet and digital tools might strengthen the participatory […]

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Lost in sources

Today at 9 AM one of the last lectures of the IFPH 2014 was in the Compagnietheater. The lecture ‘Public History and Access to Sources’ was presented by Sandra Toffolo (collaborator at the European University Institute Florence), Francesca Morselli (researcher at Collaborative European Digital Archive Infrastructure) and chairwoman Connie Schulz (Distinguished Professor Emeritus in Department of […]

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