herausgegeben von / edited by Roman Bleier, Sean M. Winslow (Centre for Information Modelling, University of Graz).
Norderstedt: Books on Demand, 2019.
195 + XI Seiten / pages, zahlreiche Abbildungen / numerous illustrations.
in collaboration with the IDE, Vinayak Das Gupta (An Foras Feasa, Maynooth University; since 2018 at the Department of English, Shiv Nadar University), and the Centre for Information Modelling at the University of Graz.
This volume approaches an understanding of the term versioning in the broadest sense, discussing ideas about how versions differ across forms of media, including text, image, and sound. Versions of cultural objects are identified, defined, articulated, and analysed through diverse mechanisms in different fields of research. The study of versions allows for the investigation of the creative processes behind the conception of works, a closer inspection of their socio-political contexts, and promotes investigation of their provenance and circulation. Chapters in this volume include discussion of what a “version” means in different fields, case studies implementing digital versioning techniques, conceptual models for representing versions digitally, and computational and management issues for digital projects.
Programme of the Versioning Cultural Objects author’s symposium at Maynooth University: VCO_symposium_programme
Inhaltsverzeichnis / Table of Contents
Roman Bleier, Sean M. Winslow: Introduction: Versions of Cultural Objects (V-XI)
What is Variance?
Elisa Nury: Towards a Model of (Variant) Readings (3-23)
Martina Scholger: Pieces of a Bigger Puzzle: Tracing the Evolution of Artworks and Conceptual Ideas in Artists’ Notebooks (27-56)
Richard Breen: Versioning Cultural Objects through the Text-Encoding of Folk Songs (57-75)
Christian Thomas: You Can’t Put Your Arms Around a Memory—The Multiple Versions of Alexander von Humboldt’s „Kosmos-Lectures“ (77-99)
Ontological Approaches to Versioning
Athanasios Velios and Nicholas Pickwoad: Versioning Materiality: Documenting Evidence of Past Binding Structures (103-126)
Georg Vogeler: Versioning Charters: On the Multiple Identities of Historical Legal Documents and their Digital Representation (127-150)
Gioele Barabucci: The CMV+P Document Model, Linear Version (153-170)
Martina Bürgermeister: Extending Versioning in Collaborative Research (171-190)