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Visualization of the WomenWriters Database: Interdisciplinary Collaboration Experiments 2012 – 2015
Aleš Vaupotič, Narvika Bovcon, 2017, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: In the exploration of visualization methods in the WomenWriters database and consequently, the creating of interactive diagrams and other graphical interfaces that are presented here, the Research Centre for Humanities and the School of Humanities of the University of Nova Gorica collaborated with the University of Ljubljana. The visualization prototypes were realized by the students at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, as part of Introduction to Design and Graphic Design courses, supervised by Narvika Bovcon, PhD, assistants Jure Demšar and Tadej Zupančič. The work spanned from 2012 to 2016. More then three hundred students were involved in the process. In the end, the most interesting visualizations were selected from the results and are presented in this article.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...information visualization, digital humanities, comparative literature, project management, interdisciplinary collaboration...
Keywords: information visualization, digital humanities, comparative literature, project management, interdisciplinary collaboration
Published: 19.05.2017; Views: 1810; Downloads: 41
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Minority writing: The case of Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Italy), Goriška and Coastal-Karst regions (Slovenia)
ana toroš, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: This article discusses the literature of the national and linguistic minorities along the Slovene-Italian border area (Slovene and Friulian literature in Italy, Italian literature in Slovene Istria), comprised of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region in Italy, and the Goriška and Coastal-Karst regions in neighbouring Slovenia. The discussion argues that a new methodological approach is needed to study these literatures, one that will upgrade the previous research (studying the literature's regional specifics, which stems from the authors' common living environment, regardless of their linguistic and national identity and the depiction of the foreign culture in minority literature), geared towards regional comparative literature The results of such studies would be useful to bolster the teaching material in literature classes in the given area.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...culture in minority literature), geared towards regional comparative literature The results of such studies would...
Keywords: minority literature, regional comparative literature, literature didactic
Published: 11.01.2018; Views: 1194; Downloads: 0
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Comparative literature and digital humanities
Aleš Vaupotič, 2019, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: The "Comparative literature and digital humanities" paper was part of the panel "Postdigital Comparatism: New methods, new frameworks, new questions?", organized by Amelia Sanz (Complutense University of Madrid), Aleš Vaupotič (University of Nova Gorica), and Silvia Ulrich (Universita di Torino). This panel tries to describe and to evaluate the headway the Comparatism made at a time when cultures, literatures and criticism can be considered inevitably post-digital: after the digital revolution dealing with cultural habitus in the 21st century. Looking forward, what difference does it make? The point is the following: are digital archives, electronic devices, and tools modifying our disciplinary field just with regard to new available sources and dissemination strategies? Or are they creating any specific epistemological modeling? Is there any comparatist condition to be satisfied by digital methodologies? Are the digital humanities and the digital literary studies (still) distinguishable from general literary studies? Can electronic technologies and digital methodologies become hegemonic, even hypercolonial, over any epistemological sovereignty? How are the comparatists coping with the interdisciplinary constellations involved in using computer technologies in research? What is the difference between digitized literatures, and digital arts and literatures from a comparatist point of view? We should reflect on the use of the communication models from new-media art as a source for the emerging digital humanities genres. Why do comparatists seem so suspicious and skeptical towards digitization process and digital arts, whereas they are used to cross over cultures, oceans and media?
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: digital humanities, comparative literature, methodology
Published: 13.12.2019; Views: 476; Downloads: 0
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