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Le patrimoine au prisme des anthologies et des bases de données. L’exemple des manifestes artistiques

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Authors Mette Tjell
Viviana Birolli
Published in Vers une épistémè numérique : actes du 19e Colloque international sur le document numérique, CIDE 19, [24-26 novembre 2016, Institut français d'Athènes, Grèce] / sous la direction de Khaldoun Zreik, Stéphane Chaudiron, Ioannis Kanellos, Guillaume Besacier
ISBN 979-10-90094-25-3
Publisher Europia
Place of publication Paris
Publication year 2016
Published at Department of Languages and Literatures
Language fr
Keywords manifesto, archive, anthology, database, Manart, modern
Subject categories Other Humanities not elsewhere specified

Abstract

Using the example of manifestos in literature and arts, this article examines the epistemological consequences of the digitisation of documentary heritage on research in the humanities. Through a comparison between paperanthologies of manifestos and the Manart database, – regarding their internal organisation, the practices they give rise to and the form of materiality they present – the article seeks to determine the underlying logic of their legitimacy and toevaluate their implications on the modalities of knowledge construction. This approach leads to the question of whether the emergence of a new digital episteme entails not only a structural redefinition of documentary archives, but also aredefinition of the disciplinary frameworks of the humanities.

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