ENArC Scientific Projects

The Digital Archive of SS. Pietro e Sebastiano on Monasterium.Net

L’Archivio virtuale del monastero dei SS. Pietro e Sebastiano, by Antonella Ambrosio, in collaboration with the Master in Library and Archival Science and Methodology of the Research of the University of Naples Federico II, with the project FIXO (Department of Health, Department of Employment and Welfare – Direzione Generale per le Politiche, per l’Orientamento e la Formazione; Italia Lavoro; UNINA), together with Maria Rosaria De Divitiis for the Archivio di Stato di Napoli, with Francesco Di Vaio and Valentina Di Girolamo, with Sonia Severino for the Liceo classico Vittorio Emanuele II di Napoli, with the Società Napoletana di Storia Patria.

The Digital Archive of S. Maria della Grotta on Monasterium.Net

Archivio virtuale dell’abbazia di S. Maria della Grotta.
Further details on this project in Italian and in English.

The Digital Archive of the Biblioteca della Società Napoletana di Storia Patria on Monasterium.Net

- Digitizing the Parchment Fond of the Società (about 3000 charters). Planning to insert data, abstracts and critical editions.
- Coordination of four further trainings for the metadata processing of these charters.

Coordinator: Antonella Ambrosio
Potographer: Michele Innangi
Trainees: (Data processing): Maria Rosaria Falcone (coordinator), Olimpia Di Palo, Angelica Parisi, Concetta Prisco, Pasqualina Uccello (Degrees in Ancient and Modern Literature).

Our photographer’s presentation on the digitisation activities here.

The Digital Archive of S. Agostino Maggiore on Monasterium.Net

Further training of some members of the Learning community in order to write the abstracts of the digital archive of S. Agostino Maggiore.

Responsible: Rosalba Di Meglio.
Data processing: Viviana De Luca (Degree in History).

The Digital Archive of S. Domenico Maggiore on Monasterium.Net

Data and critical edition of charters (XIV-XV centuries)

Responsible: Rosalba Di Meglio.

The Digital Archive of Late Middle Ages Women’s Convents in Naples

The project aims at creating digital archives on Monasterium.Net of all medieval nunneries in the city. The survived documents cover a period ranging from the ninth to the fifteenth century. In particular, the parchment charters or paper documents will be published on the international portal Monasterium.Net. A critical edition of the administrative registers will be published online although its form is still being decided.

Coordination: Antonella Ambrosio
Research team: Valentina Di Girolamo (PhD in Philology ); Francesco Li Pira (PhD in History); Ciro Romano (PhD student in Italian Culture); Maria Rosaria Falcone (PhD student in History).

Cooperation: the “FIRB Rete@ccessibile” project

-  Collaboration with the Department of Theories and Methods of Human and Social Sciences of UNINA to handling courses in Diplomatics using the digital technologies on the FIRB moodle platform Rete@ccessibile and for the dissemination of results.

Coordination: Antonella Ambrosio, Maura Striano (Prof. of General and Social Education)
Research team: Corinna Freda (PhD in Bioengineering), Stefania Fiorentino (PhD in Education).

First results presented at ECEL 2012 here.

An International e-learning course in Diplomatics with MOMCa

We are working in order to set up an international e-learning course in Diplomatics using MOMCa

Coordination: Antonella Ambrosio
Proposals received: FRANCE: Olivier Guyotjeannin (Professor at the École Nationale des Chartes), Paul Bertrand  (Deputy director of the Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes- Paris), Sébastien Barret, (Research fellow at the Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes), Dominique Stutzmann (Research fellow at the Institut de Recherche et d’Histoire des Textes and lecturer of paleography at the École Pratique des Hautes Études), ITALY:Adele Di Lorenzo (University of Siena), Francesca Klein (State Archives of Florence), POLAND: Przemyslaw Wiszewski (University of Wroclaw); SPAIN: Susana Cabezas, Nicolás Avila Seoane (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

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