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HumaReC - Humanities Research and Continuous Publishing: a digital New Testament test-case

Titel Englisch HumaReC - Humanities Research and Continuous Publishing: a digital New Testament test-case
Gesuchsteller/in Clivaz Claire
Nummer 169869
Förderungsinstrument Projektförderung (Abt. I-III)
Forschungseinrichtung VITAL-IT Institut Suisse de Bioinformatique
Hochschule Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics - SIB
Hauptdisziplin Religionswissenschaften, Theologie
Beginn/Ende 01.10.2016 - 30.09.2018
Bewilligter Betrag 253'405.00
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Keywords (11)

Digital Knowledge; Digital Humanities; Trilingual manuscript; Handwritten text recognition; New Testament; Close reading; Continuous publishing; Nouveau Testament; Neues Testament; Virtual Research Environment; Data management plan

Lay Summary (Französisch)

Lead
HumaReC souhaite tester la manière dont une recherche en sciences humaines est reconfigurée et transformée par le rythme de publication digital. Son objet test sera le seul manuscrit trilingue arabe, grec, latin connu pour le Nouveau Testament, le Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379). En en éditant les 107 folios des sept lettres de Paul de Tarse, le projet développera, à partir d'une plateforme de publication digitale augmentée, un nouveau modèle de recherche en sciences humaines, intégrant un processus continu de publication des données. L'environnement virtuel de recherche (VRE) a été ouvert le 7 mars 2017: https://humarec.org
Lay summary

A la suite du projet SNF 143810, HumaReC souhaite tester la manière dont une recherche en sciences humaines est reconfigurée et transformée par le rythme de publication digital, autour du seul manuscrit trilingue arabe, grec, latin connu pour le Nouveau Testament, le Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379). Ce projet intègre la publication continue des données et leur analyse, y compris dans leurs interactions avec les réseaux sociaux, ainsi qu'un processus continu de peer-review. La recherche peut être constamment influencée et réorientée par le matériel publié: l'idée de publier de petits jeux de données est notamment en train d'émerger en sciences de la vie via le nouveau journal Sciencematters (sciencematters.io). Par ailleurs, selon les travaux d'Henri Meschonnic, le rythme apparaît comme le concept-clé pour mettre en relation le discours écrit ou oral avec les divers acteurs des performances sociales. En conséquence, le ryhtme de la publication des données sera le concept central d'HumaReC, en éditant sur une plateforme digitale augmentée les 107 folios des sept lettres de Paul de Tarse dans le Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379).

Les collaborations de ce projet impliquent notamment la bibliothèque Marciana (Venise), l'éditeur Brill, le projet Transkribus (FP 7th tranScriptorium project), et l'équipe de Marco Büchler à Göttingen, via l'outil Transkribus (Handwritten Text Recognition). Le projet est accompagné par un comité scientifique et éditorial international composé de David Bouvier (Grec ancien, Lausanne, CH), Marco Büchler (DH, Göttingen, D), Jennifer Knust (Nouveau Testament, Boston, USA), John Kutsko (Publication and management, Atlanta, USA), Laurence Mellerin (Latin, Lyon, FR), Herman Teule (Arabe, Nijmegen, NL). Il emploie une post-doc à 100% en sciences humaines (DH et Nouveau Testament), Sara Schulthess, et une post-doc à 30% en recherche computationnelle, Anastasia Chasapi; il est conduit par Claire Clivaz dans le cadre des projets Vital-DH, à Vital-IT (SIB, Lausanne).

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Lay Summary (Englisch)

Lead
The research question of HumaReC is to inquiry, from the test-case of the edition of an unique trilingual Greek, Latin and Arabic New Testament manuscript, how Humanities research is reshaped and transformed by the digital rhythm of data production and publication. By editing the 107 folios of seven Pauline letters of the Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379), on a digital enhanced platform, the project will test how a Humanities research reacts and develops when it is embedded in a continuous publication process. The Virtual Research Environment (VRE) has been launched on the 7 March 2017: https://humarec.org
Lay summary

The research question of HumaReC is to inquiry, from the test-case of the edition of an unique trilingual Greek, Latin and Arabic New Testament manuscript, how Humanities research is reshaped and transformed by the digital rhythmus of data production and publication. The challenge of the present project, next step of the SNF 143810, is to test and develop a new model of Humanities research, that affords a continuous publication of data and analysis, with continuous social networks interactions and peer-review process. Research can constantly be influenced and reoriented by the published material and its evaluation and reception : small datasets publishing is emerging  in Life Sciences, with the new journal Sciencematters (sciencematters.oi). According to Henri Meschonnic work, the rhythmus appears to be a key concept to put in relation discourse, written or oral, with the diverse actors in social performances. Consequently, the rhythmus in data publishing will be the key concept of HumaReC.

By editing the 107 folios of seven Pauline letters of the Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379), on a digital enhanced platform, we will test how a Humanities research reacts and develops when it is embedded in a continuous publication process. Collaborations will include notably the publisher Brill, and Marco Büchler’s team in Göttingen with the tool Transkribus (Handwritten Text Recognition). The project will be accompanied by a scientific and editorial board composed by David Bouvier (Ancient Greek, Lausanne, CH), Marco Büchler (DH, Göttingen, D), Jennifer Knust (New Testament, Boston, USA), John Kutsko (Publication and management, Atlanta, USA), Laurence Mellerin (Latin, Lyon, FR), Herman Teule (Arabic, Nijmegen, NL). It will employ a 100% post-doc in Humanities (DH and New Testament) and a 30% post-doc in computing research; it is lead by Claire Clivaz at Vital-DH, Vital-IT, SIB (Lausanne).

Direktlink auf Lay Summary Letzte Aktualisierung: 07.03.2017

Verantw. Gesuchsteller/in und weitere Gesuchstellende

Mitarbeitende

Publikationen

Publikation
HumaReC: Continuous Data Publishing in the Humanities
Clivaz Claire, Schulthess Sara, Chasapi Anastasia (2017), HumaReC: Continuous Data Publishing in the Humanities, in ERCIM News, 111, 21-22.
Editing New Testament Arabic Manuscripts on a TEI-base: fostering close reading in Digital Humanities
Clivaz Claire, Schulthess Sara, Sankar Martial (2017), Editing New Testament Arabic Manuscripts on a TEI-base: fostering close reading in Digital Humanities, in Journal of Data Mining and Digital Humanities, Special Issue on Computer-Aided Processing of Intertextuality in Ancient Languages, 1-6.
HumaReC - Digital Research Platform
Schulthess Sara, Clivaz Claire, Chasapi Anastasia, Sankar Martial (2017), HumaReC - Digital Research Platform, Vital-DH projects@Vital-IT, SIB (Lausanne).

Zusammenarbeit

Gruppe / Person Land
Formen der Zusammenarbeit
Marciana Library, Venice Italien (Europa)
- Publikation
Laboratorio di Cultura Digitale, Università di Pisa Italien (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
- Forschungsinfrastrukturen
Digitisation and Digital Preservation group, University of Innsbruck Oesterreich (Europa)
- vertiefter/weiterführender Austausch von Ansätzen, Methoden oder Resultaten
- Publikation
- Forschungsinfrastrukturen
Brill Publishing House Niederlande (Europa)
- Publikation

Wissenschaftliche Veranstaltungen

Aktiver Beitrag

Titel Art des Beitrags Titel des Artikels oder Beitrages Datum Ort Beteiligte Personen
DH2017 Poster HumaReC Project: Digital New Testament and Continuous Data Publishing 08.08.2017 Montéral, Kanada Clivaz Claire;
Neutestamentliches Kolloquium der schweizerischen theologischen Fakultäten Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Die frühen arabischen Übersetzungen der Paulusbriefe: Zwei Handschriften, zwei Beispiele (Vat. Ar. 13 und Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379)) 13.05.2017 Zurich, Schweiz Schulthess Sara;
Translators, copyists and interpreters: Jews, Christians and Muslims Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379): A New Testament multilingual manuscript from a multilingual milieu? 27.04.2017 Cordoue, Spanien Schulthess Sara;
EADH Day “Diversity, multiculturalism and theoretical foundations of DH: how big can the tent be?” Vortrag im Rahmen einer Tagung A Trilingual Greek-Latin-Arabic Manuscript of the New Testament: A Fascinating Object as Test-case for New DH Practices 25.01.2017 Rome, Italien Schulthess Sara;


Veranstaltungen zum Wissenstransfer

Aktiver Beitrag

Titel Art des Beitrags Titel des Artikels oder Beitrages Datum Ort Beteiligte Personen


Kommunikation mit der Öffentlichkeit

Kommunikation Titel Medien Ort Jahr
Medienarbeit: Printmedien, Online-Medien Facebook HumaReC page Facebook International 2017
Neue Medien (Web, Blogs, Podcasts, NewsFeed, usw.) Research blog HumaReC Vital-IT, Vital-DH projects International 2017
Medienarbeit: Printmedien, Online-Medien Twitter HumaReC Twitter account International 2017
Referate/Veranstaltungen/Ausstellungen Y a-t-il une Babel heureuse? Entre vertige et bon sens numérique Westschweiz 2017

Verbundene Projekte

Nummer Titel Start Förderungsinstrument
143810 Les manuscrits arabes des lettres de Paul de Tarse. La reprise d'un champ de recherche négligé 01.09.2013 Projektförderung (Abt. I-III)

Abstract

The research question of HumaReC is to inquiry, from the test-case of the edition of an unique trilingual Greek, Latin and Arabic New Testament manuscript, how Humanities research is reshaped and transformed by the digital rhythm of data production and publication. A two or three years research project in Humanities was usually characterized by the writing, editing and publication of a final printed book. This final step was often delayed to a certain time after the end of the project. Reasonable delayed publication of printed books was in a certain way the proof of an authentic well done research in Humanities, certified by an established book series.The digital edition and the possibility to publish data in a continuous way on institutional websites, are reshaping Humanities research: short synthesis of datasets in blogs, short papers, social medias are published before the research is achieved and expertised in peer-reviewed publications. The challenge of the present project, by continuing a SNF 2013-2016 project on the Arabic manuscripts of the letters of Paul in a digital culture, is to test and develop a new model of Humanities research, that affords a continuous publication of data and analysis, with continuous social networks interactions and peer-review process. In such a perspective, the research can constantly be influenced and reoriented by the published material and its evaluation and reception. Small datasets publishing is emerging in Life Sciences, with the new journal Sciencematters. According to Henri Meschonnic work, the rhythm appears to be a key concept to put in relation discourse, written or oral, with the diverse actors in social performances. Consequently, the rhythm in data publishing will be the key concept of HumaReC. HumaReC is a digital editing and publishing project on an institutional website, and wishes to establish the best practices possible for a Humanist research embedded in a continuous publication process, based on the comparison with similar projects. As test-case, we will focus on the Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379), a 12th or 13th century manuscript that is the only NT trilingual Greek, Latin and Arabic manuscript in the Gregory-Aland list and contains Acts, the catholics letters and the Pauline letters. By editing the 107 folios of seven Pauline letters on a digital enhanced platform, we will test how a Humanities research reacts and develops when it is embedded in a continuous publication process. Small datasets will be released in a continuous way, with the use of the available social networks to enlighten the points mattering in research, such as particular evidences. We will offer a map representation of the reception and the uses of this datasets, and moderate a forum of discussion about them. An editorial board will accompany all the project long and will peer-review parts of the research at regular steps in the project calendar. Collaborations include the Marciana library, the SBL (Prof. John Kutsko), the publisher Brill, and Dr Marco Büchler with Transkribus.The Marciana Gr. Z. 11 (379), a multicultural and multilinguistic test-case in the NT manuscript, is particularly convincing to test our inquiry on Humanities digital research. It is accompanied by a scientific and editorial board composed by David Bouvier (Ancient Greek, Lausanne, CH), Marco Büchler (DH, Göttingen, D), Jennifer Knust (New Testament, Boston, USA), John Kutsko (Publication and management, Atlanta, USA), Laurence Mellerin (Latin, Lyon, FR), Herman Teule (Arabic, Nijmegen, NL). It employs a 100% post-doc in Humanities (DH and New Testament) and a 30% post-doc in computing research; it is lead by Claire Clivaz at Vital-DH, Vital-IT, SIB (Lausanne).The Virtual Research Environment (VRE) has been launched on the 7 March 2017: https://humarec.org
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