[globaloutlookDH-l] SEMINAR « Digital Writing and Editorialisation » - "Annotation: Knowledge in the Margin" Jan. 16

Fabrice Marcoux homegnolia at gmail.com
Fri Jan 10 08:33:34 MST 2014


The second session of the seminar "Digital Writing and Editorialisation"
will take place on *Thursday, Jan 16, at* *11:30 AM, Eastern Time, at
University of Montreal *(in room P-217 of Roger-Gaudry
Building)[videoconference link-up with "salle Triangle" of Pompidou Center
in Paris, 5:30 PM France time]

*More information*:

*http://seminaire.sens-public.org/spip.php?article30
<http://seminaire.sens-public.org/spip.php?article30>*

The session will be retransmitted live on *http://www.polemictweet.com/
<http://www.polemictweet.com/>*

Topic of the session: *Annotation: Knowledge in the Margin*

An important feature of digital media is that it converges reading and
writing within the same editorial system. The practice of annotation, in
all its forms and media, is commonly seen on the Web. Essentially
publishable, annotations enrich content and contribute to knowledge
production. Since annotation is gaining more ground in the digital
publishing circles , we ask whether it is in the process of becoming a
privileged site of intellectual creation by enabling a paradigm shift in
writing practices and knowledge exchange.


*L’annotation, le savoir dans la marge *

*Une particularité des supports numériques est de faire converger lecture
et écriture dans un même dispositif éditorial. L’annotation, sous toutes
ses formes et de tout type de média est ainsi devenue une pratique
d’écriture courante sur le web. Publiable par essence, l’annotation
participe de fait à l’enrichissement du contenu, et à la constitution des
connaissances. Puisque l’annotation prend peu à peu une place centrale dans
les pratiques éditoriales numériques, nous nous demanderons si l’annotation
ne devient pas un lieu privilégié de création intellectuelle en constituant
un changement de paradigme dans les pratiques d’écriture et d’échange de
savoir. *

*Guest presentators are* :

- *Marc Jahjah*, Ph. D. Student at EHESS and Laval University (Quebec) in
Humanities, Digital Culture and Literature. His site sobookonline.fr/ has a
section about annotation...

- *Ray Siemens*, Canada Research Chair in Humanities Computing and
Distinguished Professor in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of
Victoria.

- *Matteo Treleani**,* He joined the médialab and the project AIME (An
Inquiry into Modes of Existence) as project manager at Sciences Po, Paris.

The seminar is realised in collaboration by *La revue Sens Public*, the
*Iri*, Université de Montréal and McGill University, supported by MSH
Paris-Nord. It was created in 2009 in partnership with the laboratoire
Invisu (INHA-CNRS).

*Following session: Thursday, January 2014*

See the whole program: *http://seminaire.sens-public.org/
<http://seminaire.sens-public.org/>*

*Thanks for sharing the information !*

An invitation by Marcello Vitali Rosati and Michael E. Sinatra, teachers at
Université de Montréal, Nicolas Sauret from the *Iri* , Stefan Sinclair at
McGill University and Carole Dely editor of *La revue Sens Publi**c*.

Fabrice Marcoux

Student in *Littératures de langue française* at Université de Montréal

*fabrice.marcoux at umontreal.ca <fabrice.marcoux at umontreal.ca>*
*homegnolia at gmail.com <homegnolia at gmail.com>*
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