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Oregon Petrarch Open Book
Massimo Lollini, University of Oregon

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OREGON PETRARCH OPEN BOOK (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: OREGON PETRARCH OPEN BOOK
Author: Massimo Lollini, Univerity of Oregon
Abstract: The "Oregon Petrarch Open Book" is a scholarly data-base driven hypertext around Francis Petrarch's fourteenth-century poetry collection, the Canzoniere. Using open source software we are building a flexible and comprehensive structure of digital assets that promotes innovative research, preservation and pedagogy based on the international collaboration among scholars and institutions. In the current iteration of OPOB, a scholar is able to read a poem in the original language, examine commentaries, compare a series of different translations, analyze contemporary rewritings, and finally, explore multimedia assets associated with the poem.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://petrarch.uoregon.edu/
Primary URL Description: The current iteration of the OPOB includes Ettore Modigliani’s diplomatic edition of the Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta; Gianfranco Contini’s edition and *Giuseppe Savoca’s critical edition; the commentary by Alessandro Vellutello (1525), the Spanish and French translations by Enrique Garcés and Vasquin Philieul (16th century), an English translation (A. S. Kline), and partial translations in Russian, Chinese, Japanese and German.

Oregon Petrarch Open Book Tutorial (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Oregon Petrarch Open Book Tutorial
Writer: Massimo Lollini
Director: Jeff Magoto
Abstract: A video introduction to the OPOB that is part of the OPOB web site.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://petrarch.uoregon.edu/video-introduction
Primary URL Description: A video introduction to the OPOB that is part of the OPOB web site. A screeencast of the OPOB's most distinctive features.
Secondary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krmOLt7YI-Q
Secondary URL Description: Youtube
Format: Video

Humanist Studies &the Digital Age (Web Resources)
Title: Humanist Studies &the Digital Age
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: This peer-reviewed open-access e-journal is devoted to the reformulation of received philological and philosophical ideas of writing and reading literary works, motivated by the advent of electronic texts. It is related to and nurtured by the OPOB. It is a yearly web publication.Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, 1.1 (2011) ISSN: 2158-3846 (online)
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/hsda
Primary URL Description: The web site includes at the moment the first issue (2011) and the Call for papers for the second issue which will be published at the end of 2012.

"Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture" (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: "Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture"
Author: Nathalie Hester, Massimo Lollini, and Leah Middlebrook
Abstract: “Francesco Petrarca from Manuscript to Digital Culture” was a day-long symposium held in April of 2010. This symposium was instrumental in the successful writing of the grant. Hosted by Massimo Lollini and the Romance Languages Department at the University of Oregon, the event was conceived of in conjunction with the graduate seminar “Humanism and Culture of the Book” co-taught by Massimo Lollini and Leah Middlebrook the spring of 2010 and was attended by an international, multigenerational cohort of scholars and readers.
Date Range: 04/03/2010 - 01/31/2011
Location: University of Oregon
Primary URL: http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/hsda/issue/view/1/showToc
Primary URL Description: The publication of the Proceedings of the International Symposium, "Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture," in January 2011 was partially made possible by the grant.

Return to Philology and Hypertext in and around Petrarch’s Rvf (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Return to Philology and Hypertext in and around Petrarch’s Rvf
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: The paper, presented at the symposium "Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture," 3 April 2010 was transformed into an article. This article examines the theoretical premises and consequences of the renewed attention to the intersection between philology, hermeneutics, and criticism in humanist studies in general and in Petrarch studies in particular. The most recent philological achievements–from the new facsimile of Rerum vulgarium fragmenta: Codex Vat. Lat. 3195 (Rvf), edited by Belloni, Brugnolo, Storey, and Zamponi to the new critical edition of Petrarch’s masterpiece by Giuseppe Savoca–are presented and discussed as introduction to reflections on the role that a hypertext project, such as the Oregon Petrarch Open Book initiated at the University of Oregon, may play in the return to philology as necessary tool of textual criticism and hermeneutics.
Date: 01/31/2011
Primary URL Description: Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, 1.1 (2011) ISSN: 2158-3846 (online) This peer-reviewed e-journal is devoted to the reformulation of received philological and philosophical ideas of writing and reading literary works, motivated by the advent of electronic texts.

A video of University of Oregon music students (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: A video of University of Oregon music students
Writer: Students of UO School of Music
Director: Lori Kruchenberg (UO Professor of Music)
Abstract: A video of University of Oregon music students performing Marenzio’s musical reading of Petrarch’s Solo e pensoso. The performance and the video were made for the Petrarch Project in April 2010. It was first made available in January 2011 in the journal Humanist Studies &the Digital Age Associated to the OPOB.
Year: 2011
Primary URL: http://cascade.uoregon.edu/spring2011/online-extras/petrarch-madrigal/
Primary URL Description: Journal of the UO College of Art and Sciences
Secondary URL: http://babel.uoregon.edu/rl/italian/maxiloll/petrarchMusic-short.mov
Secondary URL Description: The actual video
Format: Video

The Digitization of Japanese Translations of the Rvf in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Digitization of Japanese Translations of the Rvf in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book
Author: Nobuko Wingard
Abstract: The paper, presented at the symposium "Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture," 3 April 2010 was transformed into an article. The article discusses the benefits of having translations of Petrarch available in Japanese, and describes a project to digitize portions of a Japanese translation of the Canzoniere. Conversion from printed Japanese to HTML posed several interesting challenges.
Date: 01/01/2011
Primary URL: http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/hsda/article/view/1181
Primary URL Description: Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, 1.1 (2011) ISSN: 2158-3846 (online) This peer-reviewed e-journal is devoted to the reformulation of received philological and philosophical ideas of writing and reading literary works, motivated by the advent of electronic texts.

For a Study of the Reception of the Canzoniere in the “Petrarch Project” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: For a Study of the Reception of the Canzoniere in the “Petrarch Project”
Author: Giorgio Forni
Abstract: The paper, presented at the symposium "Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture," 3 April 2010 was transformed into an article. This article presents a research project developed by a group of scholars from different Italian universities; they plan to help construct the hypertext configuration of the Petrarch Project by attempting a first collective research on the fortunes of a single poem of the Rerum vulgarium fragmenta (Rvf), sonnet 35, “Solo et pensoso i più deserti campi.” The ultimate aim of this mosaic work is to produce a synthetic, but integral, investigation of the fortunes and poetic interpretations of the text. Finally, the article discusses the new perspectives opened by the hypertext approach to the study of the reception of the Rvf. For this reason, this group of scholars extends an invitation to other researchers to collaborate in creating the map of the reception of sonnet 35 and other poems from Petrarch's Canzoniere.
Date: 12/01/2011
Primary URL: http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/hsda/article/view/1096
Primary URL Description: Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, 1.1 (2011) ISSN: 2158-3846 (online) This peer-reviewed e-journal is devoted to the reformulation of received philological and philosophical ideas of writing and reading literary works, motivated by the advent of electronic texts.

The Representation of Petrarch in the Eighteenth-century Encyclopédie (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Representation of Petrarch in the Eighteenth-century Encyclopédie
Author: Ana-Maria M'Enesti
Abstract: The paper, presented at the symposium "Francesco Petrarca: from manuscript to digital culture," 3 April 2010 was transformed into an article. The colossal project of the Encyclopédie (1751-1772), directed by Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond d’Alembert, aimed to create, as Voltaire contends, “a repository of all sciences and arts,” therefore establishing itself as the point of reference for literature, sciences, arts and crafts. This pretentious ambition contrasts in direct proportion with the peripheral depiction of Francis Petrarch. Although they acknowledge Petrarch’s poetic talent and innovation, the authors of the Encyclopédie confine the Tuscan poet within the French poetical tradition. This gesture of appropriating what is exterior to the French image can be partly justified by the objective of the encyclopédistes to design a venue where a homogenous French identity can emerge. This paper attempts to track—by exploring various articles in the Encyclopédie along with their ramifications in other published works of the period—the ambivalent reception and portrayal of the Italian poet and humanist.
Date: 12/01/2011
Primary URL: http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/hsda/article/view/1201
Primary URL Description: Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, 1.1 (2011) ISSN: 2158-3846 (online) This peer-reviewed e-journal is devoted to the reformulation of received philological and philosophical ideas of writing and reading literary works, motivated by the advent of electronic texts.

“The Oregon Petrarch Open Book” (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: “The Oregon Petrarch Open Book”
Writer: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: Presentation at the NEH Start-Up Grant Project Directors Meeting, Washington, D.C., September 28, 2010.
Year: 2010
Primary URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxQKApXu3Xk&feature=player_embedded#t=791s
Format: Video

OREGON DIGITAL: UNIQUE DIGITAL COLLECTION FROM OSU AND UO LIBRARIES (Acquisitions/Materials Collection)
Name: OREGON DIGITAL: UNIQUE DIGITAL COLLECTION FROM OSU AND UO LIBRARIES
Abstract: The Petrarch Open Book Project has enriched access to several Petrarch texts, including Ettore Modigliani's edition of the Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta; the commentary by Alessandro Vellutello (1525); the French translation by Vasquin Philieul (16th century), the Incunabulum Queriniano G V 15; and the Cod. Queriniano D II 21. Wherever possible, the texts were made keyword searchable through optical character recognition. The poems of each manuscript have been identified and matched with the corresponding poem in the Canzoniere. All of these texts have been made available for anyone to access and use for research. The metadata is also available via the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, making the texts available to be re-used in other projects.
Director: Karen Estlund, Head of Digital Library Services at the University of Oregon
Year: 2011
Primary URL: https://oregondigital.org/cdm4/browse.php?CISOROOT=/petrarch
Primary URL Description: Digital Library Services at the University of Oregon, is responsible for the creation of the digital repository associated with the OPOB.

“Petrarch's Open Book from the Editio Princeps (Inc. Queriniano G V 15) to Digital Culture.” (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: “Petrarch's Open Book from the Editio Princeps (Inc. Queriniano G V 15) to Digital Culture.”
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: A presentation of the first printed edition of Petrarch's Canzoniere, incunabulum Queriniano G V 15 recently introduced in the OPOB
Date: 03/05/2013
Conference Name: International Conference on Petrarch and His Legacies . University of Wisconsin. Madison, Wisconsin, March 4-5, 2013.

"Philology and Sense Making in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book." (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Philology and Sense Making in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book."
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: A presentation of the philology and encoding promoted by the OPOB
Date: 10-30-2013
Conference Name: Digital French and Italian conference held at Darmouth College, October 30-31, 2013.

"Lector in Rete: The Oregon Petrarch Open Book as Hypertext." (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Lector in Rete: The Oregon Petrarch Open Book as Hypertext."
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: A presentation of the different reading paths in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book.
Date: 10-23-2015
Conference Name: Annual Conference of the Sixteenth Century Society, Vancouver, October 23, 2015.

"The Oregon Petrarch Open Book: Preservation, Hypertext, and Pedagogy." (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "The Oregon Petrarch Open Book: Preservation, Hypertext, and Pedagogy."
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: A presentation focused on the pedagogical use of the OPOB.
Date: 11-20-2016
Conference Name: University of Oregon. Digital Humanisties Working Group, November 20, 2015.

"Twiitterature and Hermeneutics of the Text." (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: "Twiitterature and Hermeneutics of the Text."
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: A presentation of the Twitter edition of Petrarch's Canzoniere recently introduced in the OPOB
Date: 04-23-2016
Conference Name: Annual Conference of the American Association for Italian Studies, Baton Rouge, LA,

“Petrarch’s Early Manuscripts and Incunabula in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book.” (Article)
Title: “Petrarch’s Early Manuscripts and Incunabula in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book.”
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: A presentation of the manuscripts and incunabula recently introduced in the OPOB
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/
Primary URL Description: This is the site of the e-journal Humanist Studies and the Digital Age
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Journal
Publisher: Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, North America, August 2013

“Petrarch’s Early Manuscripts and Incunabula in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book.” (Article)
Title: “Petrarch’s Early Manuscripts and Incunabula in the Oregon Petrarch Open Book.”
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: A presentation of the manuscripts and incunabula recently introduced in the OPOB
Year: 2013
Primary URL: http://journals.library.oregonstate.edu/
Primary URL Description: This is the site of the e-journal Humanist Studies and the Digital Age
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Journal
Publisher: Humanist Studies & the Digital Age, North America, August 2013

"Digital Philology and Twitterature" . (Article)
Title: "Digital Philology and Twitterature" .
Author: Rebecca Rosenberg
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: This article describes to creation of the Twitter edition of Petrarch"Canzoniere that I have produced with the students of two seminars at the University of Oregon. It is co-written with an undergraduate student that participated to one of the seminar.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://journals.oregondigital.org
Access Model: Open access
Format: Journal
Publisher: Monographic Volume of the e-journal Humanist Studies & the Digital Age. Eds. M. Lollini and J. Staiger. October 2015. Web. http://journals.oregondigit

"Re-reading Petrarca in the Digital Era." (Article)
Title: "Re-reading Petrarca in the Digital Era."
Author: Pierpaolo Spagnolo
Author: Massimo Lollini
Abstract: This article describes the thematic encoding of Petrarch's Canzoniere I have performed with the student of a seminar I taught at the University of Oregon in 2014. The article is co-written with a student who participated at the seminar.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://journals.oregondigital.org
Access Model: Open Access
Format: Journal
Publisher: Monographic Volume of the e-journal Humanist Studies & the Digital Age. Eds. M. Lollini and J. Staiger. October 2015.


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