DiPText-KC operates as a distributed virtual centre constituted by two partners.
Venice Centre of Digital and Public Humanities – Department of Humanities – Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
The main activities of the Venice Centre of Digital and Public Humanities of the Department of Humanities of the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice (UniVE-DSU VeDPH) are focused on digital textual scholarship, digital archaeology, digital art and public history.
Since its foundation in 2019, UniVE-DSU VeDPH has organized seminars, webinars and summer schools in Digital and Public Humanities and has provided counseling for European, national and in-kind DH projects.
UniVE-DSU VeDPH offers its expertise in digital scholarly editing in a multidisciplinary perspective.
UniVE-DSU VeDPH is funded by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) through the project “Department of Excellence”.
Institute for Computational Linguistics “Antonio Zampolli” – National Research Council of Italy
The Institute for Computational Linguistics “Antonio Zampolli” of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR-ILC) participates in DiPText-KC through the Collaborative and Cooperative Philology Lab (CNR-ILC CoPhiLab), focused on the modeling and development of resources for the digital scholarly editing and the processing of historical languages, in particular Italian (in its diachronic perspective), Ancient Greek, Latin and Arabic.
CNR-ILC is the Executing Institution of CLARIN-IT, the Italian node of CLARIN, and set up ILC4CLARIN, the first CLARIN B-Centre of CLARIN-IT.
Monica Monachini, Head of Research at CNR-ILC, is the National Coordinator of CLARIN-IT.
CNR-ILC is part of the Department of Human and Social Sciences, Cultural Heritage of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR-DSU), which is the Representative Body of CLARIN-IT within CLARIN ERIC.
CLARIN ERIC is one of the 20 European Research Infrastructure Consortia in which Italy takes part thanks to the investment by the Italian Ministry of University and Research (MUR) through the Ordinary Fund of Public Research Bodies (FOE), initially assigned on an extraordinary basis and, in recent years, stably structured through the financing item “projects of international significance”. Italy takes part in CLARIN ERIC through the CLARIN-IT National Consortium [ref. Ministerial Decree No.1082 of 10/09/2021 – National Plan for Research Infrastructures (PNIR) 2021-2027].