Digital Epigraphy. Tra automazione e singolarizzazione

Silvia Orlandi

Abstract


Recent trends in scholarly publications, public debate on newspapers, and
digital projects in the humanities seem to privilege the quantitative and computational
approach to historical studies, as it is considered more objective, and therefore more correct.
But some examples driven from direct experience in the field of digital epigraphy show how
important the human component of any digital project still is for a more complete and
correct comprehension of the traces of the past

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