Digital editions of medieval documents: the project Diplomatarium Serbicum Digitale

In the frame of the international project “Community as Opportunity: The creative archives‘ and users‘ network“ the Institute for Balkan Studies of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and arts in cooperation with the Centre for Theory of History of the Belgrade University Faculty of Philosophy hosted the national workshop on

Digital editions of medieval documents: the project Diplomatarium Serbicum Digitale

which was held on Wednesday, November 28th, in the hall 106 of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade, Cika Ljubina 18-20 (in Serbian).

 

After the opening adress of Prof. Dr. Smilja Marjanovic-Dusanic (Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy) there were given two lectures on “What is a digital edition?” by Doc. Dr. Zarko Vujosevic (Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy) and “Analysis of the Serbian medieval charters from the point of view of historical geography and digital humanities” by Dr. Mihailo Popovic (Vienna, Institute for Medieval Research, Division of Byzantine Research), followed with the interactive presentation of the database Diplomatarium Serbicum Digitale by Prof. Dr. Nebojsa Porcic (Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy) and Veljko Gluscevic M.A. (Belgrade, Institute for Balkan Studies).