This peer-reviewed e-journal is devoted to the study and reformulation of received philological and philosophical ideas of writing and reading in the Digital Era. It is part of the Directory of Open Access Journals.
Francesco Petrarca: from Manuscript to Digital CultureVol. 1 No. 1 (2011)
Cover: [MS. Laud. Misc. 156, Manuscripts and Early Printed Books, Bodleian Library, Oxford University]
Proceedings of the International Symposium, "Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture," 3 April 2010.
Issue editors: Nathalie Hester, Massimo Lollini, and Leah Middlebrook
The Mobile Text: Studying Literature in the Digital AgeVol. 2 No. 1 (2012)
Cover: [Detail of Frances Yates’ reconstruction of Giordano Bruno’s memory wheel from De Umbris Idearum (1582), Warburg Institute]
Proceedings of the Symposium, "The mobile text. Studying literature in the digital age," January 10, 2012.
Issue editors: Francesco Fiorentino and Domenico Fiormonte.
Textualities in the Digital AgeVol. 3 No. 1 (2013)This issue includes a few essays from the symposium on “Textualities in the Digital Age” held at the University of Oregon in April 2012
Cover: [Detail from Jean Clouet's "Unknown Man Holding a Volume by Petrarch" (1530ca), University of California, San Diego]
Issue editors: Arthur Farley and Massimo Lollini
Lector in Rete: Figures of the Reader in Digital HumanitiesVol. 4 No. 1 (2015)
Cover: [Detail from Tables, etc., by William Norton of Coventry (1403), Bodleian Library, University of Oxford]
Issue editors: Jeff Staiger and Massimo Lollini
Networks and Projects: New Platforms in Digital HumanitiesVol. 5 No. 1 (2017)
Cover: Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash. Design and graphic processing by Massimo Lollini.
Issue editors: Crystal Hall, Massimo Lollini and Massimo Riva
Semantic Metadata, Humanist Computing, and Digital HumanitiesVol. 6 No. 1 (2019)An exploration of Pierre Lévy IEML, a discussion of Humanist computing in relation to Digital Humanities, some DH projects and their meaning.
Cover: Photo by Markus Spiske and Paul Gilmore on Unsplash. Design and graphic processing by Leonardo Lollini
Issue editor: Massimo Lollini
Steps Towards the Future: More-Than-Human Humanism in the Age of Artificial IntelligenceVol. 7 No. 1 (2022)
Reflections and research projects that employ innovative methods of artificial intelligence and digital technologies in the study of the humanities. The new issue of the journal Humanist Studies and the Digital Age intends to contribute to a better understanding of humanity and the humanities in relation to new information technologies of the past, present, and future.
Cover: Graphic design by Leonardo Lollini
Issue Editor Massimo Lollini