magazén

International Journal for Digital and Public Humanities
Presentazione

magazén | International Journal for Digital and Public Humanities è la rivista interdisciplinare del Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities (VeDPH) incardinata nel Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici all’Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia e soggetta a double blind peer review con pubblicazione semestrale in open access in versione a stampa, in formato PDF e su web con le Edizioni Ca’ Foscari. Il VeDPH si fonda su un progetto d’eccellenza volto a stimolare il dibattito interdisciplinare e metodologico quale base per lo sviluppo collaborativo di risorse durevoli, riutilizzabili e condivise per la ricerca e la didattica nel campo delle digital e public humanities. Gli ambiti di ricerca comprendono Digital Textual Scholarship, Digital and Public Art History, Digital and Public History, Digital Cultural Heritage e Digital and Public Archaeology. Il nome magazén evoca la definizione storica dei locali pubblici nella Repubblica di Venezia, ossia luoghi di varia umanità e faccende fra cui scambi di informazione, accordi commerciali e banco dei pegni. In tal senso la rivista intende costituire una piattaforma aperta per un ampio spettro di discipline scientifiche e approcci metodologici che condividono il potenziale accademico del dibattito digital e public.

Informazioni generali

Comitati
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    Direzione scientifica
    Franz Fischer, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    

    Capo redattore
    Diego Mantoan, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italia    

    Managing Editor
    Barbara Tramelli, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    

    Comitato scientifico
    Ben Brumfield, Brumfield Labs (Texas), USA    
    Stefano Campana, Università di Siena, Italia    
    Maria Luisa Catoni, Scuola IMT Alti Studi (Lucca), Italia    
    Thomas Cauvin, C2DH, Université du Luxembourg    
    Gregory Crane, Tufts University, USA; Universität Leipzig, Deutschland    
    Andreas Fickers, C2DH, Université du Luxembourg    
    Erma Hermens, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK    
    Karin Leonhard, Universität Konstanz, Deutschland    
    Serge Noiret, European University Institute, Italy    
    Tito Orlandi, Accademia dei Lincei, Roma, Italia; Hiob Ludolf Centre for Ethiopian and Eritrean Studies, Hamburg, Deutschland    
    Chiara Ottaviano, Cliomedia Officina, Torino, Italia    
    Jussi Parikka, Aarhus University, Norway    
    Sebastian Federico Ramallo Asensio, Universidad de Murcia, España    
    Gino Roncaglia, Università della Tuscia, Italia    
    Charlotte Roueché, King's College London, UK    
    Patrick Sahle, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Deutschland    
    Chiara Zuanni, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Österreich    
    Joris van Zundert, Huygens ING, Nederland    

    Comitato di redazione
    Federico Bernardini, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    
    Federico Boschetti, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    
    Elisa Corrò, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    
    Stefano Dall’Aglio, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    
    Stefania De Vincentis, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    
    Holger Essler, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    
    Tiziana Mancinelli, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    
    Paolo Monella, Sapienza Università di Roma, Italia    
    Deborah Paci, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italia    
    Ioannis Pavlopoulos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece; Stockholm University, Sweden    
    Barbara Tramelli, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia    

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APCs

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Peer review

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Politiche di revisione per le singole sezioni:

  • Volume/Fascicolo completo: peer review
  • Introduzioni, prefazioni: senza peer review
  • Monografie | Saggi | Articoli: peer review
  • Recensioni: no peer review
  • Editoriali: no peer review

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Norme redazionali
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    Le norme comprendono, come loro parti integranti, le istruzioni per la composizione del file di testo, dell’abstract e dell’apparato bibliografico, scaricabili dal menu ’Pubblicare con noi’ alla voce ‘Norme redazionali’.

    • Preparazione di un documento
    • Struttura base di un documento
    • Composizione del testo
    • Sistema di riferimento bibliografico
    • Bibliografia generale

    Per informazioni e chiarimenti, si invita a contattare la redazione di Edizioni Ca’ Foscari all’indirizzo ecf@unive.it.

Call
  • call_to_actionCall for papers

    Deadlines

    Abstract Submission – October 31, 2022

    Abstract Acceptance – October 31, 2022

    Articles Submission – February 15, 2023 (issue 1) or July 15, 2023 (issue 2)

    Prospective publication – June 2023 (issue 1) and December 2023 (issue 2)

    Call for Papers | 2023 Topic: Relations

    magazén is accepting proposals to its 2023 volume, which shall devote two semestral issues of the Journal (June and December) to the concept of ‘relations’ and how these relations are implemented, operationalised and analysed as interdependencies, links, and connections in practices of Digital and Public Humanities scholarship. Be it through the construction of simple relational databases or by means of complex correlations of data, materials, immaterial aspects, and publics, the interdisciplinary field of Digital and Public Humanities truly strives on building relationships. Far from shutting themselves up in a lonesome ivory tower, scholars in this domain are prone to bridging experiences between different disciplines, interconnecting with diverse audiences for research and dissemination purposes, and linking computational models to cultural manifestations. Relations maintain a very humanistic character, as they form the immaterial structure onto which human societies are based. Indeed, transferred into a technological setting, the principle of relationship-building can be found as the core feature of interconnected data, authority files, user-centred design, usability, user-experience, audience interaction, and many more aspects that became an integral part of Digital and Public Humanities.

    The very act of building relations or putting things into relationship – be they technology and culture, scholars and audiences, data and materials – thus form the backbone of scholarly projects that came to define this research field. In Digital Textual Scholarship scholars can see the text as a hub, whose relations point in many directions. They can explore, formalise, visualise, and process its connections with paratexts, other texts, physical documents, places, people, concepts as well as with readers. In Digital and Public History it is possible to establish connections between sources, events, place, dates, or people, through a database, a network analysis map, or more generally the semantic web. In Public History also the relationship between the research and its public is crucial: the active or passive participation of the audience can affect questions, methodology and research outcomes in many different ways. Relations between archaeological contexts and spaces are key factors to decipher and investigate stratigraphic sequences and past landscapes in virtual reconstructions (i.e. extended matrix approach, archeoBIM, etc.) and GIS studies (i.e. viewshed analysis, least-cost path analysis, etc.). At the same time, the integration of different remote sensing techniques and expertises often provide significant results. In Digital and Public Art History subjects may address the connection between GLAM studies and the creative industries sector as well as the artistic productions, considering: the relation between public space and art historical environment, including different techniques of virtual reconstruction (3D modelling, gaming, VR360), the implementation of digital collections adopting the IIIF framework (iconography, diagnosis, descriptions), and multimedia solutions for data collection and accessibility. The implication of digital technologies in the preservation, management and interpretation of historical, cultural, and archaeological contexts is a way to make knowledge more accessible for different audiences. The engagement of society in participatory ways highlights the importance of creating dialogue, cohesion, identity, and sustainable development.

    Hence, for its 2023 volume magazén is set to examine in two semestral issues the concept of “Relations” as an intrinsic characteristic of Digital and Public Humanities. Scholars are particularly invited to submit contributions that span from theoretical debates to methodological reflections, also comprising the examination of particular case studies from the heterogeneous domains of Digital and Public History, Art History, Archaeology, Cultural Heritage and Textual Scholarship. Eventually, magazén’s volume 2023 will draw particular attention to the public aspects of such endeavours, given that successful research projects hold firm to the principle of audience involvement from their very inception, rather than having public interaction just as a late side-effect of scholarly work.

    For scholars interested in submitting a proposal, please send the provisional title, the abstract between 250-500 words together with a short biographical note and a possibly also provisional bibliography. The abstract should address the following questions: What kind of materials and humanistic research questions are concerned? What digital/public methods are employed and how do they tackle the research aims? If the prospective paper addresses a case study or a particular project, authors should please state whether it has been completed and already made available to the research community.

    All materials should be sent by September 30, 2022, via the submission portal on the editorial platform of our academic publisher Edizioni Ca’ Foscari. Notice of selection will be given to authors within four weeks from the submission deadline.

    Finalised contributions are expected to be 6,000-9,000 words long (notes and bibliography included) and will undergo double blind peer review. Accepted languages are Italian and English, though all texts must have an English abstract and stick to the ‘Editorial Guidelines’ of Edizioni Ca’ Foscari. Texts that should not comply with editorial guidelines or that the editors should deem linguistically inappropriate won’t be accepted. Please note that the journal does not offer language proof-reading services to the authors, who must also secure all copyright permissions (reproduction costs included) for images and other media.

    The deadline for all accepted articles is February 15, 2023, for issue 1 and July 15, 2023, for issue 2. Final publication of the first issue is planned by June 2023, while the second issue will be due in December 2023. For further details please contact the editorial board (magazen@unive.it).


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Policy
  • codeCodice etico della Rivista

    Ethical Code of magazén

    magazén is a peer-reviewed scientific journal whose policy is inspired by the COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) Ethical Code. See the Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors.

    Publisher responsibilities  

    The Publisher must provide the Journal with adequate resources and the guidance of experts, in order to carry out its role in the most professional way, aiming at the highest quality standard.

    The Publisher must have a written agreement that defines the relationship with the owner of the Journal and/or the Editor-in-Chief. The agreement must comply with the Code of Behavior for Publishers of Scientific Journals, as established by COPE.

    The relationship among the Editor-in-Chief, the Editorial Board and the Publisher is based on the principle of publishing independence. 

    Editors responsibilities 

    The Editor-in-Chief and the Editorial Board of magazén alone are responsible for the decision to publish the articles submitted.

    Submitted articles, after having been checked for plagiarism by means of the anti-plagiarism software Compilatio that is used by the University and is made available to us, will be sent to at least two reviewers. Final acceptance presumes the implementation of possible amendments, as required by the reviewers and under the supervision of the magazén Editors.

    The magazén Editors and Editorial Board must evaluate each submitted paper in compliance with the Journalʼs policy, i.e. exclusively on the basis of its scientific content, without discrimination of race, sex, gender, creed, ethnic origin, citizenship, or the scientific, academic and political position of the Authors. 

    If the magazén Editors and Editorial Board notice (or receive notifications of) mistakes or inaccuracies, conflict of interest or plagiarism in a published article, they will immediately warn the Author and the Publisher and will undertake the necessary actions to resolve the issue. If necessary, they will withdraw the article or publish a recantation.

    Authors responsibilities

    Stylesheet

    Authors must follow the Guidelines for Authors to be downloaded from the magazén website. 

    No multiple submissions 

    Authors must explicitly state that their work is original in all its parts and that the submitted paper has not been previously published, nor submitted to other journals, until the entire evaluation process is completed. Since no paper gets published without significant revision, earlier dissemination in conference proceedings or working papers does not preclude consideration for publication, but Authors are expected to fully disclose publication/dissemination of the material in other closely related publications, so that the overlap can be evaluated by the magazén Editors. 

    Authorship 

    Authorship must be correctly attributed; all those who have given a substantial contribution to the design, organisation and accomplishment of the research the article is based on, must be indicated as Co-Authors. The respective roles of each co-author should be described in a footnote. The statement that all authors have approved the final version should be included in the disclosure.

    Conflicts of interest and financing 

    Authors, under their own responsibility, must avoid any conflict of interest affecting the results obtained or the interpretations suggested. The magazén Editors will give serious and careful consideration to suggestions of cases in which, due to possible conflict of interest, an Author’s work should not be reviewed by a specific scholar. Authors should indicate any financing agency or the project the article stems from. 

    Quotations

    Authors must see to it that all works consulted be properly quoted. If works or words of others are used, they have to be properly paraphrased or duly quoted. Citations between “double quotes” (or «angled quotation marks» if the text is written in a language other than English) must reproduce the exact wording of the source; under their own responsibility, Authors should carefully refrain from disguising a restyling of the source’s wording, as though it was the original formulation. 

    Ethical Committee

    Whenever required, the research protocols must be authorised in advance by the Ethical Committee of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. 

    Emendations

    When Authors find a mistake or an inaccuracy in their own article, they must immediately warn the magazén Editors, providing all the information needed to make the due adjustments. 

    Reviewers responsibilities

    Goal

    By means of the peer-review procedure, reviewers assist the magazén Editors and Editorial Board in taking decisions on the articles submitted. They are expected to offer the Authors suggestions as to possible adjustments aimed at improving their contribution submission. 

    Timing and conflicts of interest 

    If a reviewer does not feel up to the task of doing a given review, or if she/he is unable to read the work within the agreed schedule, she/he should notify the magazén Editors. Reviewers must not accept articles for which there is a conflict of interest due to previous contributions or to a competition with a disclosed author (or with an author they believe to have identified). 

    Confidentiality 

    The content of the reviewed work must be considered confidential and must not be used without explicit authorisation by the author, who is to be contacted via the editor-in-chief. Any confidential information obtained during the peer review process should not be used for other purposes.

    Collaborative attitude

    Reviewers should see themselves not as adversaries but as advocates for the field. Any comment must be done in a collaborative way and from an objective point of view. Reviewers should clearly motivate their comments and keep in mind the Golden Rule of Reviewing: “Review for others as you would have others review for you”. 

    Plagiarism 

    Reviewers should report any similarity or overlapping of the work under analysis with other works known to them.