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Revistas digitales (d)e historia medieval: panorama general Electronic journals of Medieval History: An overview

From the book Humanidades Digitales

  • Israel Sanmartín


The information society has led to the birth of the so-called Digital Humanities and this has produced a change in those academic publications devoted to medieval history. In this context, we consider a number of publications specializing in medievalism, looking at four areas: a) Anglo-Saxon journals; b) French journals; c) Iberian journals; c) journals in the field of Latin. Having selected the publications in question, our analysis will focus on several different issues: a) their relationship with indexing; b) editorial origin; c) format and relationship with the OJS; d) directors, editorial board and their “private army”; e) their concept of collection; f) the evaluation system; g) content; h) networks of diffusion. Finally, through an analysis of the data we seek to describe and verify the changes that the Digital Humanities have made possible here, as well as the kinds of continuities that can be observed.

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