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Humanist Archives: Jan. 26, 2022, 8:01 a.m. Humanist 35.492 - pubs: Umanistica Digitale 11

              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 35, No. 492.
        Department of Digital Humanities, University of Cologne
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        Date: 2022-01-25 15:24:17+00:00
        From: Fabio Ciotti <>
        Subject: Umanistica Digitale 11(2021) published

Dear colleagues,

it is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of issue 11 of
Umanistica Digitale (UD, ISSN 2532-8816), available at:

This issue contains a Dossier (edited by Enrica Salvatori, Federico
Boschetti e Angelo Mario Del Grosso) with articles derived from papers
presented at AIUCD 2021 conference.

UD, the journal of AIUCD (indexed in Scopus, ERIH PLUS, and ANVUR
Scientific Journal), is now accepting proposals for issue 12 (publication
scheduled in July 2022). The journal publishes original scientific articles
(5-10.000 words), reviews, and project reports (1-3.500 words) in Italian
and English on every topic and field of Digital Humanities. Proposals must
be sent to the OJS portal of the journal. Details and information about the
author's guidelines are available at

Fabio Ciotti
Editor in Chief, Umanistica Digitale

UD 11 (2021): DHs for society: e-quality, participation, rights and values
in the Digital Age

Table of contents

One year after AIUCD2021
<>, Enrica Salvatori,
Federico Boschetti, Angelo Mario Del Grosso


Digital Commons as new InfrastructureA new generation of public policy for
digital transformation
<>, Marco Berlinguer

Instruction and GAFAM: from conscience to responsability
<>, Paolo Monella
CIDOC CRM mapping for the integration of RESTORE project resources
<>, Francesco
Coradeschi, Emiliano Degl'Innocenti, Carmen Di Meo, Maurizio Sanesi,
Alessia Spadi, Federica Spinelli
Co-designing Cultural Heritage Experiences for All with Virtual Reality: a
Scenario-Based Design approach
<>*, *Barbara Balbi,
Alessandra Marasco
OCR Correction for Corpus-assisted Discourse Studies: A Case Study of Old
Newspapers <>, Dario
Del Fante, Giorgio Maria Di Nunzio
The digital Gazetteer of Ancient ArabiaAn example of reuse and exploitation
of annotated textual corpora
<>, Annamaria De
Santis, Matteo Gallo, Irene Rossi, Jérémie Schiettecatte
Inclusive collaboration: a didactic annotation experience through Euporia
<>*, *Marilena
Crucitti, Michela Benedetti, Roberta Mirandola, Greta Maneschi, Antonella
Soldani, Ludovica Amato, Filippo Lepori, Andrea Taddei, Federico Boschetti
Semantic modeling of textual entitiesThe CRMtex model and the ontological
description of ancient texts
<>, Achille
Felicetti, Francesca Murano
The “Tran (s) missions“ Summer School at the Digital Humanities Lab in Roma
Tre: how multimedia shapes and reforms interdisciplinary research in the
field of Italian and visual culture
<>, Giuditta
Cirnigliaro, Angelica Federici, Valeria Federici, Luca Marcozzi, Manfredi


The United Nations Depository Libraries System asn an “open community”The
ongoing evolution from a knowledge base to a knowledge network
<>, Deborah Grbac
Modeling the Sources and Topics of Pliny’s Natural History
<>, Jeff Rydberg-Cox

Reviews and reports

Book review: Johanna Drucker. 2021. The Digital Humanities Coursebook. An
Introduction to Digital Methods for Research and Scholarship. Abingdon,
Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge
<>, Brunella Longo
Book review: Moretti, Franco. 2020. A una certa distanza. Leggere i testi
letterari nel nuovo millennio. Rome: Carocci
<>, Riccardo Pozzo

Fabio Ciotti
Department of "Studi letterari, Filosofici e di Storia dell’arte" -
University of Roma "Tor Vergata"
Chair, European Association for Digital Humanities
Chief Editor, "Umanistica Digitale"
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