Cours/Séminaire
Notice
Lieu de réalisation
Maison Suger
Langue :
Anglais
Crédits
David Fiala (Intervention), Richard Freedman (Intervention)
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©FMSH - 2018
DOI : 10.60527/j1yd-1x04
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David Fiala, Richard Freedman. FMSH. (2018, 4 octobre). Renaissance Music in the Digital Domain : MEI and the Dynamic Scholarly Text , in Outcomes of the transatlantic program for collaborative work in the field of digital humanities . [Vidéo]. Canal-U. https://doi.org/10.60527/j1yd-1x04. (Consultée le 20 juillet 2024)

Renaissance Music in the Digital Domain : MEI and the Dynamic Scholarly Text

Réalisation : 4 octobre 2018 - Mise en ligne : 30 octobre 2018
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Descriptif

For too long, the great European projects for digital humanities were not on the same page as the American projects. This initiative aims at helping American and European researchers to collaborate in the field of digital literary studies, to share their knowledge and their methods, to share practices and common tools and to disseminate their works.

 

Thanks to an important funding of the Foundation A.W Mellon, the FMSH has been able to support, through this programme, collaborative actions between research institutions and American and European universities. The principal objective was to give an international visibility to digital philology, an emerging research topic in the field of digital humanities.

The FMSH organises two closing days in order to disseminate the results of the Transatlantic program for collaborative work in the field of digital humanities. On the day of the symposium, various great personnalities in the field of digital humanities will present the results of their respective researches.

 

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