The encoding standards that the community of digital humanities (DH) has established for digital scholarly editions imply a series of consequences concerning both the philological model and the scientific community, favoring editions based on single witnesses (or on multiple witnesses treated as a chain of single witnesses) and creating a dangerous “digital divide.” Texts with complex transmissions and editions with sophisticated requirements need systems and tools fitter than XML-TEI (see http://www.tei-c.org/P5). This paper looks at new proposals via the case of Corpus Rhythmorum Musicum.
|Titolo:||Encoding issues in Philological Digital Editions|
|Citazione:||Stella, F.V. (2013). Encoding issues in Philological Digital Editions. HORIZONS: SEOUL JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES(4), 199-214.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|