Personal Details: Salvatori, Enrica

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Enrica Salvatori, Professore associato di Storia Medievale all'Università di Pisa. Insegna Storia Pubblica Digitale nel corso di laurea magistrale di Informatica Umanistica, Storia degli Insediamenti Tardo Antichi e Medievali nel corso di laurea magistrale di Archeologia. Direttrice del Laboratorio di Cultura Digitale; opera nel direttivo dell’Associazione Italiana per l’Informatica Umanistica e la Cultura Digitale (2015-2021) e dell’Associazione Italiana per la Public History (2017-2021). Ha concentrato i suoi studi sulla circolazione mediterranea medievale, l’evoluzione del comune tra Italia e Provenza, la storia della Lunigiana e la Digital Public History. Ha guidato un’équipe di ricerca sulla storia e archeologia del paesaggio in Val di Vara e Lunigiana (tramonti.labcd.unipi.it) ed è responsabile scientifico dell’edizione digitale del Codice Pelavicino (http://pelavicino.labcd.unipi.it/).

Enrica Salvatori, is Associated Professor in the Department of Civilization and Knowledge of at the University of Pisa, where she teaches Medieval History, History of Late Ancient and Medieval Settlements and Digital Public History. She was Vice President of the degree course in Informatica Umanistica (Digital Humanities) at the same University from 2006 to 2010 and Visiting Professor at the University P. Valéry (Montpellier, France) in 2006, 2008, 2011 and 2015. Since 2015 she has been Director of the Laboratorio di Cultura Digitale at the University of Pisa (LabCD, Digital Culture Laboratory). She is in the board of AIPH (Italian Association of Public History 2017-2021) and AIUCD (Italian Association of Digital Culture; 2015-2021). Her research interests are focused on Medieval History and Digital Humanities, in mutual connection. Much of his work has been on the medieval Mediterranean circulation, the evolution of the municipality in Italy and Provence and the history of Lunigiana (northern Tuscany), as well as the study of the Digital Public History as a discipline. In particular, she has led since 2011 a research team on the history and archeology of the landscape in Val di Vara and Lunigiana (tramonti.labcd.unipi.it) and since 2014 the digital edition of the Pelavicino Code (http://pelavicino.labcd.unipi.it/), structured as a Digital Public History project.

Enrica Salvatori, ist Professorin für mittelalterliche Geschichte an der Universität Pisa. Sie unterrichtet Digital Public History im Masterstudiengang "Digital Humanities" und Geschichte der spätantiken und mittelalterlichen Siedlungen im Masterstudiengang Archäologie. Sie ist Direktorin des Laboratorio di Cultura Digitale und im Vorstand der "Italian Association for Humanistic Informatics and Digital Culture" (2015-2021) und der "Italian Association for Public History" (2017-2021). Sie hat sich in ihren Studien auf die mittelalterliche mediterrane Zirkulation, die Entwicklung der Kommune zwischen Italien und der Provence, die Geschichte der Lunigiana und Digital Public History konzentriert. Enrica Salvatori hat ein Forschungsteam zur Geschichte und Archäologie der Landschaft im Val di Vara und in der Lunigiana geleitet (tramonti.labcd.unipi.it) und ist wissenschaftlich verantwortlich für die digitale Edition des Pelavicino Codex (http://pelavicino.labcd.unipi.it/).

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