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Introduction: The Context of Participation of Romania to the NeDiMAH RNP

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Abstract

Romania was part of the European Science Foundation Research Networking Programme ‘Network for Digital Methods in Arts and Humanities’ (NeDiMAH) between 2012 and 2015, cofunded by CNCS, the Romanian Council for Scientific Research. NeDiMAH ran four years in total, from 2011 to 2015. The Romanian participation was singular in focusing on the image part dealt with in the network, as a result of the ‘arts’ dimension, whereas the majority of partners dealt with text and humanities. This book is an overview of initiatives in Europe related to the Romanian one, in order to contribute to one of the outcomes of the network, namely the mapping of the approaches. In this introduction the context of the Romanian contribution is presented in order to give the framework for the invited contributions to the book. The conclusion shows how these are and will be linked for future cooperation.

Keywords

Digital methods Arts Humanities Architecture Events 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.“Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urban PlanningBucharestRomania

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