Empowering the Visibility of Croatian Cultural Heritage through the Digital Humanities
This volume brings together selected papers covering topics related to the contemporary cultural heritage research framework within the field of Digital Humanities (DH). Intended for scholars, students and practitioners, the book provides the reader with insights into the description and access, and digitization of cultural heritage. It also explores Croatian Glagolitic and Latin written heritage as a source for historiographic and linguistic research.
It is organized into seven topics, each questioning one of the research areas within the DH framework, namely DH as a contemporary cultural heritage research framework; the description of, and access to, cultural heritage; the digitization of cultural heritage; written heritage as a source for historiographic and linguistic research; literary studies; research and communication of cultural heritage; and education in the field of DH.
Dr Marijana Tomić is Associate Professor at the Department of Information Sciences of the University of Zadar, Croatia. She teaches courses in the theory and practice of information organization, cataloguing of old and rare books, book history, and the digital humanities. She has published a book, in addition to a number of papers and book chapters.
Dr Mirna Willer formerly served as Full Professor at the Department of Information Sciences of the University of Zadar, Croatia. She has published extensively, and her publications include the books UNIMARC in Theory and Practice and Bibliographic Information Organization in the Semantic Web (co-authored with Gordon Dunsire).
Dr Nives Tomašević formerly served as Associate Professor at the Department of Information Sciences of the University of Zadar, Croatia. She spent most of her professional career in publishing, and she has published a number of books and scientific papers.
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