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Kodikologie und Paläographie im digitalen Zeitalter / Codicology and Palaeography in the Digital Age

TitleKodikologie und Paläographie im digitalen Zeitalter / Codicology and Palaeography in the Digital Age
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2009
Series EditorRehbein, M, Sahle, P, Schaßan, T
Series TitleSchriften des Instituts für Dokumentologie und Editorik
Series Volume2
PublisherBooks on Demand

New information technologies help in realizing old dreams of codicological and palaeographical scholarship but also lead to new hopes and wishes. How long will it be before we are able to carry out automatic text recognition of medieval manuscripts? Will there be a universal virtual catalogue in the near future which gives access to a completely digitised manuscript heritage on the Internet? Could collaborative platforms evolve in which historical records are comprehensively described, transcribed and edited?21 selected papers provide an up-to-date overview of scholarly projects, education and research in codicology (study of books) and palaeography (study of handwriting). They outline current developments and future perspectives of the fields in a digital world. With Contributions by Francesco Bernardi, Paolo Eleuteri, Barbara Vanin; Antonio Cartelli,Andrea Daltri, Paola Errani, Marco Palma, Paolo Zanfi ni; Christian Speer; Timothy Stinson; Pamela Kalning, Karin Zimmermann; Zdeněk Uhlíř, Adolf Knoll; Daniel Deckers, Lutz Koch, Cristina Vertan; Christina Wolf; Silke Kamp; Antonio Cartelli, Marco Palma; Bernard J. Muir; Hugh A. Cayless; Patrick Shiel, Malte Rehbein, John Keating; Daniele Fusi; Gilbert Tomasi, Roland Tomasi; Arianna Ciula; Mark Stansbury; Maria Gurrado; Wernfried Hofmeister, Andrea Hofmeister-Winter,Georg Thallinger; Mark Aussems, Axel Brink; Peter A. Stokes. Introduction by Georg Vogeler. In Collaboration with: Bernhard Assmann, Franz Fischer, Christiane Fritze.


Unter Mitarbeit von Bernhard Assmann, Franz Fischer und Christiane Fritze

Citation KeyRehbein2009