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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 colla...
Keywords: information visualization, digital humanities, comparative literature, project management, interdisciplinary collaboration
Published: 19.05.2017; Views: 1368; Downloads: 21
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W OMEN W RITERS D ATABASE AND VIRTUAL RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT BEYOND THE CURRICULA OF LITERARY SCHOLARSHIP
Narvika Bovcon, Aleš Vaupotič, 2017, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: The study of informatics typically includes information visualization and the rhetoric of user interface. Such courses are expanding the core computer science curricula towards multimedia communication design. However, to practice visualization on datasets in a non-focused way may diminish the quality of educational effect as well as the quality of the results of students' projects. A collaboration with domain experts has proven to be very beneficial by involving students in various research projects and platforms. The students of informatics at the Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana, have touched upon humanities projects in different special domains: the datasets provided by Institute of Contemporary History (INZ, Ljubljana), interface design for electronic scholarly editions based on TEI XML files, documentation of new media art exhibitions, and others. As noted by some contributors in A New Companion to Digital Humanities (2016) with relevance to the latter aspect of interdisciplinary contact, the domain of new media art constitutes an essential inspiration for the study of digital humanities methods and approaches. In the second part of the paper, the multi-year collaboration between the University of Nova Gorica and University of Ljubljana computer-science curricula will be presented. The WomenWriters database, as well as subsequently the NEWW VRE, has been used in different models of interdisciplinary collaboration.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...some contributors in A New Companion to Digital Humanities (2016) with relevance to the latter...
Keywords: virtual research environment, WomenWriters database, interdisciplinary collaboration, digital humanities, information visualization
Published: 05.03.2018; Views: 807; Downloads: 0
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Artistic Visualizations and Beyond
Narvika Bovcon, Aleš Vaupotič, 2018, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: The paper discusses a case study of the integration of artistic practice in the digital humanities research. The methodology of encoding meaning in visual form is explained for four different sculptures and an artist book. The approach is tied to the allegoric thinking in building emblems and miniatures in the history of art (16th century and later). The use of diagrams is integrated in the experimental projections of a future archeology. The data of digital humanities research can achieve greater visibility and address a wider cultural context when presented in collaboration with art institutions.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...the integration of artistic practice in the digital humanities research. The methodology of encoding meaning...
Keywords: digital humanities, information visualization, 3-D print, art and science
Published: 15.04.2019; Views: 396; Downloads: 4
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Teaching women writers with NEWW Virtual Research Environment
Katja Mihurko Poniž, Narvika Bovcon, Marie Nedregotten Sørbø, Viola Parente-Čapková, Amelia Sanz, Suzan Van Dijk, Aleš Vaupotič, 2018, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: The underrepresentation of women in cultural historiography has challenged a number of feminist responses in the form of supplementary female canons since the 1970s. The DARIAH Working Group Women Writers in History (https://www.dariah.eu/activities/working-groups/women-writers-in-history/) takes this task a step further, and investigates historical sources until 1930 to find out whether female authors were read in the past. The objective of the DARIAH Working Group WWIH is: to carry out research about female authorship in history, the international reception of women’s writing and the connections between women authors. Evidence of readership, translations and commentary is contained in the digital repository NEWW VRE (Virtual Research Environment) http://resources.huygens.knaw.nl/womenwriters, which serves as a collaborative research tool for the above mentioned working group.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ... contained in the digital repository NEWW VRE ... ...digital humanities, literary history, women writers...
Keywords: digital humanities, literary history, women writers
Published: 15.04.2019; Views: 462; Downloads: 20
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Marica Nadlišek Bartol and her editorial network around the first Slovenian women's newspaper Slovenka
Katja Mihurko Poniž, Narvika Bovcon, 2019, published scientific conference contribution abstract

Abstract: This paper aims to present the editorial practice of Marica Nadlišek Bartol, who edited the first Slovenian women's newspaper Slovenka (1897-1902) in the first three years of it's publishing. Nadlišek Bartol saw in the publishing of women's writings the main accomplishment of her editorship. She encouraged Sloveanian women to take up the pen and write down their feelings and reflections. Since Slovenian women writers entered the literary field not earlier than in 1848 there had been almost no role models in the national literary tradition. Nadlišek knew how to approach this problem: she had published the translations from and about foreign women writers and prompted the dialog between Slovenian women writers and their foreign counterparts. The paper examines which women writers were presented in the newspaper Slovenka and in which ways, how the articles about them caused the discussions on different topics concerning women's emancipations on the pages of the newspaper and in the public life, and how the fact that Slovenka was published on the national fringes in the multiethnical space of Trieste influenced Nadlišek's editorial practice. By using the data from the Virtual Research Enviroment Women Writers this paper also explores the possibilites of visual representation of Nadlišek's editorial network.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...in svet, Virtual Research Enviroment Women Writers, digital humanities...
Keywords: Marica Nadlišek Bartol, Slovenka, Ljubljanski zvon, Dom in svet, Virtual Research Enviroment Women Writers, digital humanities
Published: 16.05.2019; Views: 307; Downloads: 40
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Digital Humanities and Fine Arts Studies at the University of Nova Gorica
Aleš Vaupotič, unpublished conference contribution

Abstract: In the occasion of release of the book about manifestation Real Presence will be held between 3rd and 8th of October series of events, including talks, presentations, performances, workshops and exhibitions in which will take part international and Serbian artists. Friday, 4.10.2019 - 3 - 6 pm - in the Belgrade City Library, Knez Mihailova Street 56 - Present Academy symposium. Participants: Alberto Gianfreda, Associate Professor, Brera Academy, Milan; Alessandra Saviotti, PhD candidate - Liverpool John Moores University & Tutor - ArtEZ University of the Arts, Arnhem; Christian Sievers, Associate Professor, Academy of Media Arts Cologne; Nemanja Nikolić, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Fine Arts, Belgrade, Saša Tkačenko, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Architecture, Novi Sad, Aleš Vaupotič, acting head of the Research Centre for Humanities / University of Nova Gorica; Narvika Bovcon, Associate Professor, Faculty of Computer and Information Science / University of Ljubljana; Milenko Prvački, Senior Fellow - Office of the President - LASALLE College of the Arts - Faculty of Fine Arts; Jacob Tonski, Associate Professor, School of the Art Institute of Chicago. The book: https://issuu.com/maximilianmauracher/docs/realpresence_2019_2
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: digital humanities, art, science, pedagogy
Published: 08.10.2019; Views: 219; Downloads: 0
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