Offre de stage | La Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les écritures numériques de l’Université de Montréal recherche des stagiaires

La Chaire de recherche du Canada (CRC) sur les écritures numériques, dirigée par M. Marcello Vitali-Rosati à l’Université de Montréal, est présentement à la recherche de 6 stagiaires intéressés à travailler, dès le mois de MAI 2020, sur deux projets en humanités numériques :  le premier porte sur l’édition numérique collaborative de l’Anthologie Palatine, le second sur les enjeux théoriques et pratiques de la transition numérique des revues savantes. Les étudiant.e.s sélectionné.e.s recevront une bourse de recherche pour un montant de 6 000 CAD couvrant les frais de déplacement et d’hébergement ainsi que les dépenses directes liées à la recherche.

Les candidat.e.s intéressé.e.s par ces postes peuvent présenter leur candidatures via la plateforme du MITACS (OBNL consacré au développement et au soutien à la recherche et à l’innovation), à l’adresse https://globalink.mitacs.ca/#/student/application/welcome. Ils et elles pourront trouver les projets disponibles — description du projet, encadrement, prérequis et toute autre information — dans l’onglet « Projects » en indiquant comme nom du professeur celui de M. Marcello Vitali-Rosati.

Date limite de candidatures : 18 septembre 2019

Plus d’informations sur la CRC sur les écritures numériques, son équipe et ses travaux, veuillez consulter son site institutionnel à l’adresse : http://ecrituresnumeriques.ca/fr/.

Pour toute question, vous pouvez contacter l’équipe par courriel : crc.ecrituresnumeriques@gmail.com.

Project Title: A digital collaboratory edition of Greek Anthology

The Palatine Anthology (PA) Project, coordinated by the Canada Research Chair on digital textualities directed by Marcello Vitali-Rosati, collaborates with several international partners, including Italian and French schools, in order to establish a collaborative critical digital edition and a multilingual translation of all the PA’s epigrams. In particular, our project aims to further develop a digital and collaborative edition of the PA, thereby demonstrating the philological, editorial and pedagogic challenges involved with compiling the diverse fragments of this collection of Greek epigrams. Since its discovery in 1606 by Claude Saumaise in the Palatina Library of Heidelberg in Germany, the PA manuscript (Codex Palatinus 23) has considerably influenced literature and art. As we know it today, the Anthology is the result of successive compilations, modifications, additions, rearrangements by the compilers. Th Meleager’s collection, a collection of epigrams compiled in the first century B.C. which represents the original source of what is known today as the Greek Anthology, entitled The Crown, was arranged not randomly, but according to a series of particular organizational principles. The form of the “Anthology” is, by nature, difficult to grasp. Indeed, the PA challenges the concept of an “oeuvre” as a unified and cohesive body of work, insofar as it brings together 4 000 epigrams written by more than one hundred different authors from over sixteen centuries of literary production (from the Byzantine empire to the 10th century AD). If we cannot consider the anthology as a unified and un-fragmented work, what then is its nature? How do we account for it in an edition? To these questions, the digital environment presents tools and possibilities allowing us to organize our research, and ultimately work towards finding some answers.

Project Title: Revue 2.0. Repenser les revues savantes en sciences humaines à l’époque du numérique

This project aims to help researchers and practitioners of scholarly journals in the humanities to achieve their digital transition by harnessing the full potential of new technologies. Indeed, while social science journals have now completed – or almost – their digital transition (especially in terms of production and circulation), it is clear that they are still far from fully exploiting all the potential offered by the Web. By collaborating with the main players in scientific communication (publishers, broadcasters, aggregators), this partnership development project aims to better meet the emerging needs of researchers, rethinking the role of scholarly journals in the digital age. It is : 1) Produce an epistemological model for journals in the digital age; 2) Propose a new editorial model for scholarly journals in the humanities. Our project is the first to bring together the two major French-language digital broadcasters, Érudit and OpenEdition, the only humanities content aggregator, Huma-Num, with a group of scholarly journals ready to engage in experiments to improve their knowledge. Digital Transition: French Studies, Intermedialities, Book Memoirs, Routes, Cybergeo, International Photoliterature Review. The project will mobilize skills that are both practical (in digital publishing especially) and theoretical (on the general epistemological issues of the digital humanities, but also on the concepts of digital publishing, including the production, validation and dissemination of content) . It is essential that researchers’ reflections converge with the practices of publishing stakeholders. This rapprochement will indeed anchor the theoretical reflection of researchers on the complex reality of editorial activities.


Sandrine Breuil

Programme de recherche "Bibliothèques Virtuelles Humanistes" | Centre d'études supérieures de la Renaissance Université de Tours | UMR 7323, CNRS

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