This issue is devoted to “Spatialised digital humanities”.
Edited by Carmen Brando, Francesca Frontini, Dominic Moreau, Mathieu Roche and Éric Masson.
Prior to the composition of this issue, “two scientific events organised in 2018 brought together the guest editors: a round table dealing with the issue of spatialised digital humanities, in Montpellier, and a 2-day workshop “Archaeology, History and Spatial Analysis” », in Lille. The contributions from this volume were then selected following the presentations made during these two events and enriched through an open call for papers. All texts have been reviewed in accordance with the principles of the journal.”
The Lille 2-day workshop was organised by Dominic Moreau, in collaboration with Xavier Deru (HALMA-UMR 8164 research centre, University of Lille), Éric Masson and Pierre-Gil Salvador (TVES-ULR 4477 research centre, University of Lille), on the 31st of May and the 1st of June 2018, thanks to MESHS, in support of the emergence of the DANUBIUS Project of UMR 8164 HALMA (University of Lille, CNRS , Ministry of Culture).