VeDPH

VeDPH 
Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities

The Centre

The Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH) supports the development, enhancement and accessibility of research and teaching in the interdisciplinary fields of Digital (DH) and Public Humanities (PH). It coordinates and facilitates the exchange and dissemination of knowledge, visions and experiences of established projects and inspiring initiatives.

The VeDPH is a hub for fostering collaboration between students, researchers and the public applying digital technology and enhanced methodologies to humanities research and citizen science across sectors and disciplines. The centre is part of the Department of Humanities of Ca' Foscari University of Venice and is located at Palazzo Malcanton Marcorà with its own spaces available for group work and equipped with advanced tools and technologies.

[ve]DPH - Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities

Events

18 Dec 2019 17:00
A Digital Realm for New Audiovisual Art

Ca' Foscari, aula Baratto

22 Jan 2020 17:00
Seminars in Digital and Public Humanities

Malcanton Marcorà, 3° piano, sala Milone

Past events


About

Mission

Stimulate an interdisciplinary methodological discourse to serve as foundation for the collaborative development of durable, reusable, shared resources for research and learning.

Principles

Methodological awareness, collaboration and interoperability through openness. Good research builds upon itself, and its products will only last if they are built to be reused and further developed, and if they are grounded on solid theoretical and methodological reflection.

Research fields

Textual Scholarship, Art History, History, GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) and Archaeology, Cultural Heritage.

Network

Facilitate coordination between Digital and Public projects within Ca' Foscari University and between international DH and PH centres.

Broadcast DH and PH

Open access journal, conferences, workshops.

Teaching

Integrate Digital and Public Humanities in all educational courses; encourage cooperation between school and academia.

Training for skills

Organization of courses for professionals in fields such as GLAM, education, research, new media.


Team

Director

Franz Fischer
Associate Professor for Medieval and Humanist Latin Literature
 franz.fischer@unive.it

Staff

Stefano Dall'Aglio
Assistant Professor in Early Modern History
 stefano.dallaglio@unive.it

Holger Essler
Associate Professor in Papirology
 holger.essler@unive.it

Diego Mantoan
Assistant Professor in Contemporary Art History
 diego.mantoan@unive.it

Deborah Paci
Assistant Professor in Contemporary History and Digital Public History
 deborah.paci@unive.it

Fellows

Leonardo Campus
Researcher in Digital and Public History
 leonardo.campus@unive.it

 

Elisa Corrò
Researcher in Digital Cultural Heritage
 elisa.corro@unive.it

 

 

Daniele Fusi
Researcher in Digital Textual Scholarship
 daniele.fusi@unive.it

Tiziana Mancinelli
Researcher in Textual Scholarship, BIFLOW project (ERC Starting Grant 2014-637533)
 tiziana.mancinelli@unive.it

Barbara Tramelli
Researcher in Digital Art History
 barbara.tramelli@unive.it

 

 

Visiting Professors

Visiting Scholars

Alberto Campagnolo, UCLDH & UCL Department of Information Studies, Honorary Research Associate,  alberto.campagnolo@gmail.com

Carolina Fernández-Castrillo, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Digital Culture and Media Arts Researcher,  carolfer@hum.uc3m.es

Paolo Monella, University of Palermo, Adjunct in Digital Humanities for Classics,  paolo.monella@unipa.it

PhD Candidates


Partners

ILC-CNR

The Venetian Unit of Research with Third parties (VeURT) of the Institute for Computational Linguistics “A. Zampolli” of the Italian National Research Council (ILC-CNR) collaborates with the Digital and Public Humanities Centre in the context of the framework Project “Archipelago DH”, which is focused on the following topics:

  • creation of new multilingual resources for Digital Humanities acquired through advanced Optical Character Recognition (OCR) systems and through manual annotation of historical and literary documents;
  • development of methods to improve the accuracy of OCR on historical multilingual documents, development of applications for linguistic, stylistic, philological annotation of historical and literary documents, and development of search engines applied to annotated textual corpora;
  • integration of resources and tools within research infrastructures, especially CLARIN-IT.

Under specific research agreements, the VeURT:ILC-CNR offers scholars technologies for the digitization of historical and multilingual scholarly printed texts, and support for the development of research (web) applications.

The VeURT:ILC-CNR offers students the opportunity to carry out curricular and extracurricular internships, also under the patronage of CLARIN-IT, on topics of Digital Humanities.

Federico Boschetti is the current person in charge of the VeURT:ILC-CNR.