Une introduction aux humanités numériques

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Une introduction aux humanités numériques

  1. 1. Rennes – JE data & capta – 02/04/2013Une introduction invitation aux humanités numériques Pierre Mounier Open Edition / EHESS
  2. 2. Digital Humanities – une impossible définition• « Let’s be honest—there is no definition of digital humanities, if by definition we mean a consistent set of theoretical concerns and research methods that might be aligned with a given dis-ci-pline, whether one of the established fields or an emerging, transdisciplinary one » : R. Alvarado• « A few months back, I gave a lunchtime talk called "Digital Humanities: Singular or Plural?" My title was in part a weak joke driven primarily by brain exhaustion » : K. Fitzpatrick• « Les digital humanities désignent une transdiscipline, porteuse des méthodes, des dispositifs et des perspectives heuristiques liés au numérique dans le domaine des Sciences humaines et sociales ». Manifeste de DH
  3. 3. Melissa Terras : « how many ofus, when asked to explain DH, go ―well, its kinda the intersection of....‖ – and you lost them at kinda »
  4. 4. R. Busa : Index Thomisticum
  5. 5. L’ordinateur : machine à calculer ou machine à communiquer ?
  6. 6. 3 questions pour leshumanités numériques
  7. 7. I COMMENT DONNER ACCÈS AUPATRIMOINE CULTUREL
  8. 8. William Blake Archive
  9. 9. Visualizing Cultures
  10. 10. L’Echo de la Fabrique
  11. 11. Cranach Archive
  12. 12. Ara Pacis Augustae
  13. 13. Van Gogh Letters
  14. 14. II COMMENT REPRÉSENTERLES DONNÉES
  15. 15. Controverses
  16. 16. Mapping the Republic of Letters (Stanford)
  17. 17. III COMMENT RENOUVELERLES PRATIQUES DE(COMMUNICATION DE) LARECHERCHE
  18. 18. A. Blanchard : « Ce que le blog apporte à la recherche », in Read/Write Book, OpenEdition Press, 2011
  19. 19. CONCLUSION : AU DELÀ DUCHAPITEAU
  20. 20. Les DH comme outil tactique• M. Kirschenbaum : « Digital Humanities As/Is a Tactical Term »• « Digital Humanities thus emerges as « tactical » in the sense that it is also procedural in such an instance, operationalized through the automated functions of a site that harvests a self-selecting group of users who voluntarily affiliate and align themselves within the scope of coverage »
  21. 21. P. Svenson : « a trading zone and a meeting place » : « the digital humanities needs to support and allow multiples modes ofengagement between the humanities and the digital in order to touch at the heart of the disciplines, maximize points of interaction, tackle large research and methodology challenges, and facilitate deep integration between thinking and making »
  22. 22. Un ensemble de valeurs ?• L. Spiro : « This is why we fight » – Openness – Collaboration – Collegiality and connectedness – Diversity – Experimentation
  23. 23. Methodological Commons (McCarty)
  24. 24. Merci !pierre.mounier@openedition.org
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