DATA ANALYSIS, DIGITAL MANUSCRIPT AND ARCHIVAL STUDIES MOD.1
|Academic year||2020/2021 Syllabus of previous years|
|Official course title||DATA ANALYSIS, DIGITAL MANUSCRIPT AND ARCHIVAL STUDIES MOD.1|
|Course code||FM0492 (AF:335472 AR:175896)|
|Modality||For teaching methods (in presence/online) please check the timetable|
|ECTS credits||6 out of 12 of DATA ANALYSIS, DIGITAL MANUSCRIPT AND ARCHIVAL STUDIES|
|Degree level||Master's Degree Programme (DM270)|
|Educational sector code||M-STO/08|
|Moodle||Go to Moodle page|
• describe key theoretical and conceptual archival vs. record content frameworks;
• identify basic archival series’ typologies, their content structures and their features;
• analyze different archival architectures and their formation;
• situate the historical record production within the broader context of European archival practice.
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