The “Tran (s) missions“ Summer School at the Digital Humanities Lab in Roma Tre: how multimedia shapes and reforms interdisciplinary research in the field of Italian and visual culture
Keywords:Digital Humanities, Word and Image, Visual Culture, Transmissions, Material Culture, Digital Storytelling, Film, Computer Science
This paper intends to present the work done during the Summer School Tran(s)missions that took place in synchronous and asynchronous form from 10 to 19 September 2021 at the Department of Humanities, University of Roma Tre. The course, presented in collaboration with the Virtual Humanities Lab of Brown University, was attended by 13 students, including researchers, artists, curators, library science specialists, engineers, and technical archivists conducting interdisciplinary studies in the field of Italian Studies and visual culture, opening up their own perspectives to investigation the relationship between word and image, visual culture, media studies, material culture studies, film studies, digital storytelling, creative writing, digital and public humanities, visual arts, art history, history, and computer science.
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Copyright (c) 2021 Giuditta Cirnigliaro, Angelica Federici, Valeria Federici, Luca Marcozzi, Manfredi Merluzzi
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