My presentation at Digital Humanities Deutschland 2014, Passau
Fra le comunità di scienziati, una delle nuove frontiere è la scrittura collaborativa tramite “version control system”, cioè programmi utilizzati dagli informatici per scrivere software collaborativamente.
Un articolo che illustra questa nuova tendenza è “Git can facilitate greater reproducibility and increased transparency in science”, leggibile qui.
Per chi volesse imparare ad usare git, consigliamo questo tutorial, e questa demo.
Introduction to Scholastic Theology by Ulrich G. Leinsle trans. Michael J. Miller Catholic University of America, 392 pages, $29.95 The standard narratives of twentieth-century Catholic theology typically depict the ways in which modern Catholic theologians managed to throw off the shackles and constraints of neo-Scholasticism, a necessary step in finally allowing the Church to embrace the historical study of Scripture, incorporate patristic theology, and engage in a creative encounter with modern ideas. […]
This post is a revised and modified English version of my guest post at the blog of the Digital National Library of Poland POLONA which was published on October 17, 2013. StanisÅaw Lubienieckiâs Th…
In keeping with the aim of the series, The History of Medicine in Context, M.A. Katritzky’s study of the print and manuscript writings of Felix (1536-1614) and Thomas Platter (1574-1628) and Hippolytus Guarinonius (1571-1654) contextualises the early modern practice of medicine within the history of theatre, thus establishing unwonted connections between spectacles of healing, performance and ceremony.