Publications/Presentations

 

Publications

Campagnolo, Alberto, and Dot Porter. In press. “Modelling and Visualizing the Collation Structure of the Great Biblical Codices with VisColl.” In Textual History of the Bible, edited by Rus Fuller, Armin Lange, and Hannah Tervanotko. Vol. 3 (Science and Analysis). Leiden: Brill.

 

Campagnolo, Alberto. In press. “Insides and Outsides.” In Unfinished Book, edited by Alexandra Gilllespie and Deidre Lynch. Oxford Twenty-First Century Approaches to Literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

 

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2015. “Bit by Bit. Is the Book as an Object Entering the Digital World?” In I Beni Bibliografici Nelle Strategie Dei Fondi Europei. Atti Del Convegno. Siracusa, ISISC, 3-4 Dicembre 2015, edited by Alberto Campagnolo, Lucia Catalano, Rosalia Claudia Giordano, and Gabriele Lo Piccolo, 91–112. Palermo: Assessorato dei Beni Culturali e dell’Identità siciliana; Dipartimento B.C. e I.S.

 

Campagnolo, Alberto, Dot Porter, Erin Connelly, Doug Emery, and Dennis Mullen. 2018. “Virtually Disbinding Codices: Visualisation of the Construction of Codex Textblocks.” In Care and Conservation of Manuscripts 16. Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Seminar Held at the University of Copenhagen 13th–15th April 2016, edited by Matthew James Driscoll, 77–90. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press; University of Copenhagen.

 

Emery, R. Douglas, Dot Porter, and Alberto Campagnolo. 2014. “Taking Manuscripts Apart, and Putting Them Together.” In Digital Humanities 2014. Book of Abstracts, 458–59. Lausanne: EPFL-UNIL University of Lausanne. https://dh2014.files.wordpress.com/2014/07/dh2014_abstracts_proceedings_07-11.pdf.

 

McDowell, Jesse. 2015. “UPenn LJS 101. Current Collation.” VisColl. 2015. http://web.archive.org/web/20171129102758/http://dorpdev.library.upenn.edu/collation/LJS101/LJS101-1.html.

 

McDowell, Jesse. 2015. “UPenn LJS 101. Quire 2 (Corrected Collation).” VisColl. 2015. https://web.archive.org/web/20160809001127/http://dorpdev.library.upenn.edu/collation/LJS101_corrected/LJS101-1.html.

 

McDowell, Jesse. 2015. “An Ideal Collation of LJS 101.” Blog. The Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (blog). November 16, 2015. http://schoenberginstitute.org/2015/11/16/an-ideal-collation-of-ljs-101.

 

Porter, Dot. 2018. “Using VisColl to Visualize Parker on the Web: Reports on an Experiment.” Dot Porter Digital (blog). March 18, 2018. http://www.dotporterdigital.org/using-viscoll-to-visualize-parker-on-the-web-reports-on-an-experiment/.

 

Porter, Dot, Alberto Campagnolo, and Erin Connelly. 2017. “VisColl: A New Collation Tool for Manuscript Studies.” In Kodikologie & Paläographie Im Digitalen Zeitalter 4 | Codicology & Palaeography in the Digital Age 4, edited by Hannah Busch, Franz Fischer, and Patrick Sahle, 81–100. Schriften Des Instituts Für Dokumentologie Und Editorik 11. Norderstedt: Books on Demand GmbH. https://kups.ub.uni-koeln.de/7782/.

 

Porter, Dot, Alexandra Gillespie, Alberto Campagnolo, Laura Mitchell, and Rachel Di Cresce. 2017. “VisColl: Visualizing the Physical Structure of Medieval Manuscripts, a Poster and Demonstration.” In Digital Humanities 2017. Book of Abstracts, 778–79. Montréal: McGill University; Université de Montréal. https://dh2017.adho.org/abstracts/DH2017-abstracts.pdf.


Presentations

2020

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2020. “From Words to Diagrams. Modelling and Automated Visualizations of Historical Bookbinding and Collation Structures. {In Other Words, Steps towards Digital Codicology}.” Doctoral lesson presented at the Doctoral Training 2019-2020, University of Verona, January 29.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2020. “From Words to Diagrams. Automated Intersemiotic Translations with XML and XSLT.” Lecture presented at the XML course, MA/MSc Digital Humanities (Simon Mahony), University College London, March 19.

2019

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2019. “Codicology and TEI.” Lecture presented at the MANUSCIENCES’19, Manuscripts from Fragments to Books—from Identification to Interpretation, Fréjus, March 13.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2019. “From Words to Diagrams. Automated Intersemiotic Translations with XML and XSLT.” Lecture presented at the XML course, MA/MSc Digital Humanities (Simon Mahony), University College London, March 21.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2019. “Digitalizzare La Materialità Del Libro.  Metodologie e Strumenti Di Codicologia Digitale.” Lecture presented at the Codicology Class (Sara Bischetti), Sapienza University Rome, April 26.

Campagnolo, Alberto, and Dot Porter. 2019. “VisColl: A New Model for the Description of the Collation of Manuscripts.” Presented at the DReAM Lab, Digital Resources & Methods, Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, University of Pennsylvania Libraries, June 12.

Campagnolo, Alberto, James Cummings, Franz Fischer, Daniela Schulz, and Georg Vogeler. 2019. “Materiality in Digital Editing – State of the Art: A Round Table Discussion.” Panel presented at the International Medieval Congress 2019, Leeds, July 1.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2019. “Digitizing Materiality and the Creation of Digital Cultural Heritage Objects?” Presented at the Scholarly Editing and the Digital Facsimile, Ca’ Foscari University Venice, November 4.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2019. “Codicologia digitale e VisColl.” Workshop presented at the Filologia digitale e trattamento delle fonti (Elena Pierazzo), University of Udine, December 16.

2018

Porter, Dot. 2018. “Ceci n’est Pas Un Manuscript.” Presented at the Mellon Digital Humanities Seminar, Price Lab for Digital Humanities, University of Pennsylvania, February.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2018. “From Words to Diagrams. Automated Intersemiotic Translations with XML and XSLT.” Lecture presented at the XML course, MA/MSc Digital Humanities (Simon Mahony), University College London, March 20.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2018. “Virtually Disbinding Codices: Visualisation of the Construction of Codex Textblocks.” Presented at the Care and conservation of manuscripts 16, University of Copenhagen, April.

Porter, Dot. 2018. “Is This Your Book? What Digitization Does to Manuscripts and What We Can Do about It.” Presented at the Rare Book School, Philadelphia (PA), June.

Porter, Dot. 2018. “Introduction to VisColl.” Plenary Presented at the Miranda Workshop, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington (DC), September.

Porter, Dot. 2018. “The Uncanny Valley and the Ghost in the Machine: A Discussion of Analogies for Thinking about Digitized Medieval Manuscripts.” Presented at the Digital Humanities Seminar, University of Kansas, Lawrence (KS), September.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2018. “VisColl, a New Model for the Description of the Collation of Manuscripts and Related Tools.” Presented at the Manuscript Cataloguing in a Comparative Perspective: State of the Art, Common Challenges, Future Directions, Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures (CSMC), University of Hamburg, October 5.

Porter, Dot. 2018. “Access to Manuscripts.” Demonstration presented at the Imaging Manuscripts & Primary Materials, University of Glasgow, October. https://tinyurl.com/mss-glasgow.

2017

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2017. “The Digital Representation of Books as Objects: From Cultural Objects to Digital Cultural Objects.” Presented at the “From Codex to Code” Ligatus 10th Anniversary Conference, Ligatus Research Centre, University of the Arts London, February 24.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2017. “Towards a Digitization of the Materiality of Documents: From Cultural Objects to Digital Cultural Objects.” Presented at the Digital Editing and Medieval Manuscripts, Ca’ Foscari University Venice, July 3.

Porter, Dot. 2017. “VisColl: Visualizing the Physical Structure of Medieval Manuscripts.” Presented at the KeystoneDH Conference, Philadelphia (PA), July.

Porter, Dot, Alexandra Gillespie, Alberto Campagnolo, Laura Mitchell, and Rachel Di Cresce. 2017. “VisColl: Visualizing the Physical Structure of Medieval Manuscripts, a Poster and Demonstration.” Poster presented at the Digital Humanities 2017, Montréal, August.

Porter, Dot. 2017. “Modeling and Visualizing Physical Manuscript Collation in Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis.” Presented at the Book History & Digital Humanities (BH+DH) 2017, Madison (WI), September.

Porter, Dot. 2017. “VisColl: Visualizing the Physical Structure of Medieval Manuscripts.” Presented at the Rare Book School Bibliography Among the Disciplines Conference, Philadelphia (PA), October.

Porter, Dot. 2017. “Visualizing Manuscript Collation at Scale: VisColl and the Bibliotheca Philadelphiensis.” Presented at The Present and Future of Digital Manuscripts: Access, Pedagogy, Scholarship, Clark Library, UCLA, October.

2016

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2016. “XML beyond Text. Transforming Structured Descriptions to Visual Representations.” Lecture presented at the XML course, MA/MSc Digital Humanities (Simon Mahony), University College London, March 24.

Porter, Dot. 2016. “Visualizing Manuscript Content through the Collation Project.” Presented at the 51st International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo (MI), May.

2015

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2015. “XML beyond Text. Transforming Structured Descriptions to Visual Representations.” Lecture presented at the XML course, MA/MSc Digital Humanities (Simon Mahony), University College London, March 26.

Porter, Dot. 2015. “Using Virtual Collation.” Presented at the 50th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo (MI), May.

Porter, Dot. 2015. “Collation: A Tool for Virtual Reconstruction.” Presented at the 8th Annual Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age, University of Pennsylvania, November.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2015. “‘Bit by Bit’. Il Libro Oggetto Entra Nel Mondo Digitale?” Paper presented at the I beni bibliografici nelle strategie dei fondi europei, Siracusa, Italy, December.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2015. “Towards a Digitization of the Materiality of Written Cultural Heritage.” Paper presented at the Digital humanities and cultural heritage: what relationship? Fourth AIUCD annual conference, MEDIHUM Memoria Digitalis Humanistica, University of Turin, December.

2014

Porter, Dot. 2014. “Disbinding the Manuscripts, and Rebinding Some Others.” Presented at the 49th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo (MI), May.

Porter, Dot, and Alberto Campagnolo. 2014. “Taking Manuscripts Apart, and Putting Them Together.” Poster presented at the Digital Humanities 2014, Lausanne, July.

Campagnolo, Alberto. 2014. “Visualizing the Construction of Manuscripts. From Descriptions to Diagrams.” Presented at the Digital Humanities Summer School Leuven, KU Leuven, September 8.

Porter, Dot. 2014. “Visualizing the Construction of Manuscripts, through Collation and Video.” Presented at the DigiPal IV Symposium, King’s College London, September.


Works by others

Di Pietro, Chiara, Chiara Martignano, and Roberto Rosselli Del Turco. 2019. “Progettazione e implementazione di nuove funzionalità per EVT 2: lo stato attuale dello sviluppo.” Umanistica Digitale 7: 5–21. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.2532-8816/9322.
 
Dorofeeva, Anna. 2019. “Visualizing Codicologically and Textually Complex Manuscripts.” Manuscript Studies: A Journal of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies 4 (2): 334–60. https://doi.org/10.1353/mns.2019.0015.
 
Fagin Davis, Lisa. 2017. “Quire Visualizations · Reconstructing the Beauvais Missal.” 2017. https://web.archive.org/web/20170622142038/https://brokenbooks2.omeka.net/exhibits/show/quire-visualizations.
 
Liuzzo, Pietro Maria. 2017. “Encoding the Ethiopic Manuscript Tradition: Encoding and Representation Challenges of the Project Beta Maṣāḥəft: Manuscripts of Ethiopia and Eritrea.” In Proceedings of Balisage: The Markup Conference 2017. Vol. 19. Balisage Series on Markup Technologies. Washington, DC: Belisage. https://doi.org/10.4242/BalisageVol19.Liuzzo01.
 
———. 2019. Digital Approaches to Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies. Aethiopica. Supplements. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz.
Porter, Dot, and Lisa Fagin Davis. 2020. “VisColl: Yale University, Beinicke Library MS 408, Cipher Manuscript (Aka The Voynich Manuscript).” 2020.
http://138.197.87.173/collation/voynich-1.html.
 
Rosselli Del Turco, Roberto. 2019. “Designing an Advanced Software Tool for Digital Scholarly Editions: The Inception and Development of EVT (Edition Visualization Technology).” Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation 12 (2): 91–111. https://doi.org/doi:10.2307/26821538.
 
Rosselli Del Turco, Roberto, and University of Pisa. 2019. “Edition Visualization Technology.” 2019. http://evt.labcd.unipi.it/.
 
Wacha, Heather, and Laura Lee Brott. 2020. “Reframing the World: The Materiality of Two Mappaemundi in BL, Add. MS 28681.” Imago Mundi. https://doi.org/10.1080/03085694.2020.1748374.
 
 

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