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    Authors: Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Martínez Cantón, Clara; Robles, Antonio;

    Although Digital Humanities have been defined from a discipline perspective in many ways, it is surely a field still looking for its own objects, practices and methodologies. Their development in the Spanish-speaking countries is no exception to this process and, even it is complex to trace a unique genealogy to give account for the evolving field in Spain and Latin America (Gonzalez-Blanco, 2013; Spence and Gonzalez-Blanco, 2014; Rio Riande 2014a, 2014b), the emergence of various associations in Mexico (RedDH), Spain (HDH) and Argentina (AAHD) that seek for a constant dialogue (Galina, González-Blanco and Rio Riande, 2015), and academic lab and DH center initiatives such as LINHD (Spain and Argentina), GRINUGR (Spain), Medialab USAL, LABTEC (Argentina), TadeoLab (Colombia), Elabora HD (Mexico), among others, make it clear that research has become increasingly “global, multipolar and networked” (Llewellyn Smith, et al., 2011) and that the academic field is looking for a global outreach and aims to open spaces of shared virtual work. Virtual Research Communities (VRCs) are a consequence of these changes. (Párrafo extraído a modo de resumen)

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    Authors: Martínez Martín, Laura; Adámez Castro, Guadalupe;

    Resumen: Objetivo/Contexto: El texto propone un recorrido por la metodología y el proceso de trabajo seguidos en el proyecto Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal), el cual llevó a la conformación de un corpus epistolar digital -hoy disponible online- a partir de los fondos conservados en archivos judiciales durante la Edad Moderna en la Península Ibérica. Se reflexiona, desde un caso práctico, sobre la realidad del trabajo de campo realizado para construir un corpus digital y se evidencian sus fortalezas y debilidades, lo que nos permite ofrecer un examen de primera mano de algunos de los cambios y desafíos que supone la revolución digital en la que estamos sumergidos. Metodología: Se toman como punto de partida los avances en el campo de las Humanidades Digitales, a partir de los cuales se delinea la multidisciplinariedad que caracteriza tanto el proceso de conformación del corpus como sus posibilidades de análisis y estudio. Originalidad: Se muestra el trabajo completo que implica la transformación de las fuentes primarias en fuentes digitales en un proyecto innovador en el campo de las Humanidades Digitales y se plasman las problemáticas a las que se enfrenta el historiador/a en el trabajo con cartas privadas producidas por gente común (s. xvi-xix), que van desde la localización de estas fuentes hasta su selección, digitalización, edición, tratamiento y estudio posterior. Conclusiones: Además de mostrar el proceso de transformación de las fuentes y las posibilidades de análisis de un corpus digital, se evidencian los diferentes caminos de análisis de estas. Igualmente, se aborda la riqueza de los archivos como repositorios imprescindibles para recuperar fuentes epistolares privadas y cotidianas y se reflexiona sobre el futuro de la conservación en el entorno digital. Abstract: Objective/Context: The text proposes a journey through the methodology and work process followed in the Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal) project, which led to the formation of a digital epistolary corpus-now available online-from funds preserved in judicial archives during the Modern Age in the Iberian Peninsula. Based on a practical case, the paper reflects on the reality of the fieldwork carried out in order to build a digital corpus, as well as on its strengths and weaknesses, which allows a first-hand insight of some changes and challenges of the digital revolution we are immersed in. Methodology: Advances in the field of Digital Humanities are taken as a starting point to examine the multidisciplinarity that characterizes both the corpus formation process and the possibilities for its analysis and study. Originality: The paper describes the complete work process involved in the transformation of primary sources into digital sources in an innovative project in the field of Digital Humanities; it also reflects on problems faced by historians in working with private letters produced by common people (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries), which range from the location of these sources to their selection, digitization, editing, treatment, and subsequent study. Conclusions: In addition to describing the process of transforming sources into a digital corpus and the possibilities of its analysis, the article evidences different analytical ways. Likewise, it addresses the wealth of archives as essential repositories for recovering private and ordinary epistolary sources while also reflecting on the future of their conservation in the digital environment. Resumo: Objetivo/Contexto: Neste texto, são apresentados um percorrido pela metodologia e o processo de trabalho seguido no projeto europeu Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal), o qual levou à conformação de corpus epistolar digital -hoje disponibilizado online- a partir dos fundos conservados em arquivos judiciais durante a Idade Moderna na Península Ibérica. Reflete-se, a partir de um caso prático, sobre a realidade do trabalho de campo realizado para construir um corpus digital e são evidenciadas suas fortalezas e debilidades, o que nos permite oferecer uma análise de primeira mão de algumas das mudanças e dos desafios que supõe a revolução digital na qual estamos inseridos. Metodologia: Como ponto de partida são considerados os avanços no campo das Humanidades Digitais, a partir dos quais é delineada a multidisciplinariedade que caracteriza tanto o processo de conformação do corpus como sus possibilidades de análise e estudo. Originalidade: É apresentado o trabalho completo que implica a transformação das fontes primárias em fontes digitais num projeto inovador no campo das Humanidades Digitais e são registradas as problemáticas que o historiador/a enfrenta no trabalho com cartas privadas produzidas por pessoas comuns (s. xvi-xix) e que vão desde a localização dessas fontes até sua seleção, digitalização, edição, tratamento e estudo posterior. Conclusões: Além de mostrar o processo de transformação das fontes e das possibilidades de análise de um corpus digital, são evidenciados os diferentes caminhos de análise destas. Ainda, é abordada a riqueza dos arquivos como repositórios imprescindíveis para recuperar fontes epistolares privadas e cotidianas, e é refletido sobre o futuro da conservação no ambiente digital.

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    Authors: López de Heredia, Judit; Cubas, Miriam; García Heras, Manuel; Olaetxea, Carlos;

    [ES] En este artículo se presenta un estado de la cuestión acerca de los trabajos realizados sobre materiales cerámicos utilizando técnicas químico-físicas. El objetivo principal del trabajo han sido las contribuciones centradas en época prehistórica y protohistórica, cuyo ámbito geográfico ha sido el norte peninsular. Se han consultado los trabajos de investigación realizados desde la década de 1970 a la actualidad. Se observa así la evolución que se ha producido en este tipo de investigación desde los primeros trabajos en los que se analizaba un escaso número de muestras, a aquellas publicaciones en las que los estudios arqueométricos son el eje central y la herramienta para solucionar cuestiones históricas. Finalmente, se ofrece un listado de aquellos conjuntos cerámicos en los que se han llevado a cabo análisis o estudios arqueométricos, así como de las técnicas utilizadas en cada caso. [EN] This paper presents a state of the art about works carried out on ceramic materials using chemical-physical techniques. The main goal of this paper has been those contributions focused on prehistoric and protohistoric times, whose geographic scope has been the Northern part of the Iberian Peninsula. Research works undertaken since the 70s up to the present have been consulted. It is observed the evolution that has occurred in this type of research since the first works in which a small number of samples was analyzed to those publications in which archaeometric studies are the central axis and the tool to solve historical queries. A list of those archaeological sites in which analysis or archaeometric studies have been accomplished, as well as the techniques employed in each case is also included. Miriam Cubas está trabajando en el marco de un proyecto de investigación Marie Sklodowska Curie (First ceramics in Atlantic Europe: manufacture and function —CerAM IF 653354—) financiado por la Unión Europea. Este capítulo está sujeto a una licencia CC BY 4.0 Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Palacios González, Daniel;

    Les fosses communes sont l’un des héritages les plus controversés du Coup d’État de 1936, de la Guerre et de la Dictature qui s’ensuivirent en Espagne. Elles sont la conséquence d’un programme de génocide planifié et le débat a été réduit à ce que l’on nomme la Mémoire Historique. Je propose de confronter les débats actuels sur la justice et la représentation avec différentes manifestations des mémoires culturelles. Les monuments, les marches et les graffitis permettent de reconnaître une évolution de la simple signalisation des fosses communes au mécontentement dû à l’absence de justice. Un manque de justice qui ne se limite pas seulement aux crimes de la Guerre et de la Dictature. Il existe aussi un lien avec l’espace. Les stratégies de préservation des fosses communes rejoignent celles de la visibilité dans l’espace publique. En raison de leurs caractéristiques, les fosses communes se trouvent à la périphérie de la ville. Par conséquent, l’exclusion des personnes assassinées de leur société reflète l’exclusion de leur représentation dans l’espace public. Les stratégies plus récentes, illustrées par un cas spécifique de graffitis sur des fosses communes, cristallisent le statut des demandes de justice et les possibilités de représentation dans l’espace public de ceux qui ont été assassinés il y a 80 ans. The mass graves are one of the most controversial legacies of the 1936 coup d’état, and consecuent war and dictatorship. These are the consequence of a planned genocide plan and even today, they are a complex heritage. The debate has been monopolized around the field of so-called Historical Memory. I propose to confront the current debates on justice and representation with various manifestations of cultural memories. Monuments, rallies and graffiti make possible to recognize a drift from the simple marking of the mass graves to the discontent on the lack of justice. A lack of justice that is not only limited to the crimes of the war and the dictatorship. This is also link with spatiality. The strategies to preserve the graves join those to get visibility in the urban space. Because of their features, the graves are on the outskirts of the city. Consequently, the exclusion of the murdered from their society reflects the exclusion of their representation from the public space. The most recent strategies, illustrated in a specific case of graffiti on mass graves, crystallize the status of the demands for justice and the possibilities of representation in public space of those murdered 80 years ago. Las fosas comunes son uno de los legados más controvertidos del golpe de estado de 1936 y de la posterior guerra y dictadura en España. Son la consecuencia de un plan de genocidio planificado y el debate se ha monopolizado en torno a la supuesta Memoria Histórica. Propongo confrontar los debates actuales sobre justicia y representación con diferentes manifestaciones de la memoria cultural. Los monumentos, las marchas y los grafitis permiten reconocer una deriva desde la simple señalización de las fosas comunes hasta la insatisfacción por la falta de justicia. Una falta de justicia que no sólo se limita a los crímenes de la Guerra y la Dictadura. También existe un vínculo con la espacialidad. Las estrategias para la preservación de las fosas comunes son similares a las de la visibilidad en el espacio público. Debido a sus características, las fosas comunes se encuentran en las afueras de la ciudad. Por lo tanto, la exclusión de los asesinados de su sociedad refleja la exclusión de su representación en el espacio público. Las estrategias más recientes, ilustradas por un caso concreto de graffiti en las fosas comunes, cristalizan el estado de las demandas de justicia y las posibilidades de representación en el espacio público de quienes fueron asesinados hace 80 años.

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    Authors: Sancho i Planas, Marta;

    [ES] La tradición de la construcción en piedra en Catalunya se remonta a tiempos protohistóricos y presenta una continuidad ininterrumpida hasta nuestros días. En este estudio nos proponemos mostrar las formas como fueron utilizados los recursos pétreos en la construcción de edificaciones diversas desde el siglo VI hasta el siglo XI. Analizaremos estructuras de adecuación del territorio, las construcciones vinculadas al hábitat, las fortificaciones y edificaciones de carácter cultual. Nos interesa especialmente mostrar los tipos de piedra que fueron utilizados en las construcciones, las zonas de extracción, el labrado y las distintas técnicas de colocación de los sillares, los materiales de unión, así como los recubrimientos. Este análisis nos deberá permitir establecer las características diferenciadoras de las edificaciones vinculadas a las construcciones populares de aquellas que están relacionadas con las élites. Las evidencias arqueológicas nos aportaran los datos necesarios para abordar estos objetivos por lo que consultaremos bibliografía específica de distintos yacimientos seleccionados para tal fin. Los criterios de selección se fundamentan en dos principios básicos: los restos conservados y la calidad y detalle de la información que los investigadores correspondientes nos ofrecen en sus publicaciones. [EN] The tradition of stone construction in Catalonia dates back to protohistoric times, and displays an uninterrupted continuity right up to the present day. In this study, we set out to show the ways in which stone resources were used in the construction of various different buildings from the 6th century clown to the 11 'h century. We will analyse structures designed to adapt the local territory, constructions linked to the habitar, fortifications, and buildings used as places of worship. We are especially interested in showing the types of stone used in constructions, the areas where they were quarried, the way they were worked, and the various different techniques for laying the stone blocks, the bonding agents and materials, as well as materials used to cover the wall surfaces. This analysis should allow us to establish the distinguishing characteristics of buildings linked to lower-status constructions, as distinct from those connected to élite groups. Archaeological evidence will the 11th century, and in the 12th century too, among the social classes of the local aristocracy. Actas del congreso Il paesaggio pietrificato. La storia sociale dell’Europa tra X e XIII secolo attraverso l’archeologia del costruito (Arezzo, 7-8 febbraio 2020). Este congreso fue celebrado en el ámbito del proyecto ERC: Petrifying Wealth. The Southern European Shift to Masonry as Collective Investment in identity, c.1050-1300. Este artículo está sujeto a una licencia CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Busto Zapico, Miguel; Lara Piñera, Francisco; García Iñáñez, Javier; Gutiérrez González, José Avelino;

    JORNADA DE ESTUDIOS ARQUEOLÓGICOS SOBRE EL CENTRO ALFARERO DE FARO DE LIMANES Últimos trabajos y futuras líneas de investigación Presidencia de la Jornada: José Avelino Gutiérrez González Catedrático de Arqueología Medieval, Universidad de Oviedo Secretaría y Comité Organizador: Miguel Busto Zapico Investigador Postdoctoral, PRINMA, UGR Francisco Lara Piñera Investigador Predoctoral UNED-Santander, EIDUNED Javier García Iñáñez Investigador Doctor Permanente, GPAC, UPV-EHU La Jornada de estudios arqueológicos sobre el centro alfarero de Faro de Limanes. Últimos trabajos y futuras líneas de investigación tiene el objetivo de divulgar las últimas investigaciones y trazar nuevas e innovadoras líneas de trabajo sobre los estudios arqueológicos desarrollados en Faro de Limanes. Se transferirá a la sociedad la idea de que la cerámica faruca está viva y sigue aportando grandes cantidades de información sobre nuestro pasado. El centro productor cerámico de Faro de Limanes es uno de los alfares más importantes del norte de la península ibérica debido a la gran difusión alcanzada por sus piezas y su producción ininterrumpida desde al menos el siglo XI hasta la actualidad. Por ello, su cerámica se nos muestra como un elemento clave para comprender la Edad Media y la modernidad asturiana. En las últimas décadas se han desarrollado un buen número de trabajos de investigación que han estudiado la cerámica de Faro de Limanes con diferente profundidad, enfoques y perspectivas. El ánimo de esta Jornada es reunir a todos los investigadores que han trabajado arqueológicamente sobre Faro de Limanes y su cerámica para que, de manera conjunta, informen y debatan sobre sus avances. Se presentarán resultados de proyectos pasados y presentes, nuevas líneas de trabajo, y se expondrán diferentes técnicas de estudio. Faro de Limanes y su cerámica tiene un pasado apasionante, pero también un presente de estudios novedosos y, sin duda, un futuro con un enorme potencial. El Museo Arqueológico de Asturias, al ser el custodio de nuestro objeto de estudio, resulta el enclave ideal para el desarrollo de la Jornada.

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    The Spanish delegation of Cost Action 16111 - ETHMIGSURVEYDATA organized a webinar in Spanish to present the EMM (Ethnic and Migrant Minority) Survey Registry to a Spanish-speaking audience. This webinar took place on 1 June 2021 and was titled “Presentación del Registro de Encuestas a Minorías Étnicas e Inmigrantes en España." During this webinar, Laura Morales, the Chair of ETHMIGSURVEYDATA and the leader of Task 9.2 (Ethnic and Migration Studies) of SSHOC, gave a presentation highlighting how the EMM Survey Registry allows a wide range of users to discover and learn about existing quantitative surveys undertaken with EMM (sub)populations in Spain and across Europe. -- The EMM Survey Registry is jointly being produced by SSHOC’s Task 9.2 (Ethnic Migration Studies) team of Work Package 9 (Data Communities), in close collaboration with COST Action 16111 – ETHMIGSURVEYDATA (an international network of more than 200 researchers active in the ethnic and migration studies field) and FAIRETHMIGQUANT (a French Agence Nationale de la Recherche funded Open Science project).

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    Authors: Martínez Martín, Laura; Adámez Castro, Guadalupe;

    Objetivo/Contexto: El texto propone un recorrido por la metodología y el proceso de trabajo seguidos en el proyecto Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal), el cual llevó a la conformación de un corpus epistolar digital —hoy disponible online— a partir de los fondos conservados en archivos judiciales durante la Edad Moderna en la Península Ibérica. Se reflexiona, desde un caso práctico, sobre la realidad del trabajo de campo realizado para construir un corpus digital y se evidencian sus fortalezas y debilidades, lo que nos permite ofrecer un examen de primera mano de algunos de los cambios y desafíos que supone la revolución digital en la que estamos sumergidos. Metodología: Se toman como punto de partida los avances en el campo de las Humanidades Digitales, a partir de los cuales se delinea la multidisciplinariedad que caracteriza tanto el proceso de conformación del corpus como sus posibilidades de análisis y estudio. Originalidad: Se muestra el trabajo completo que implica la transformación de las fuentes primarias en fuentes digitales en un proyecto innovador en el campo de las Humanidades Digitales y se plasman las problemáticas a las que se enfrenta el historiador/a en el trabajo con cartas privadas producidas por gente común (s. xvi-xix), que van desde la localización de estas fuentes hasta su selección, digitalización, edición, tratamiento y estudio posterior. Conclusiones: Además de mostrar el proceso de transformación de las fuentes y las posibilidades de análisis de un corpus digital, se evidencian los diferentes caminos de análisis de estas. Igualmente, se aborda la riqueza de los archivos como repositorios imprescindibles para recuperar fuentes epistolares privadas y cotidianas y se reflexiona sobre el futuro de la conservación en el entorno digital. Objective/Context: The text proposes a journey through the methodology and work process followed in the Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal) project, which led to the formation of a digital epistolary corpus—now available online—from funds preserved in judicial archives during the Modern Age in the Iberian Peninsula. Based on a practical case, the paper reflects on the reality of the fieldwork carried out in order to build a digital corpus, as well as on its strengths and weaknesses, which allows a first-hand insight of some changes and challenges of the digital revolution we are immersed in. Methodology: Advances in the field of Digital Humanities are taken as a starting point to examine the multidisciplinarity that characterizes both the corpus formation process and the possibilities for its analysis and study. Originality: The paper describes the complete work process involved in the transformation of primary sources into digital sources in an innovative project in the field of Digital Humanities; it also reflects on problems faced by historians in working with private letters produced by common people (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries), which range from the location of these sources to their selection, digitization, editing, treatment, and subsequent study. Conclusions: In addition to describing the process of transforming sources into a digital corpus and the possibilities of its analysis, the article evidences different analytical ways. Likewise, it addresses the wealth of archives as essential repositories for recovering private and ordinary epistolary sources while also reflecting on the future of their conservation in the digital environment. Objetivo/Contexto: neste texto, são apresentados um percorrido pela metodologia e o processo de trabalho seguido no projeto europeu Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal), o qual levou à conformação de corpus epistolar digital —hoje disponibilizado online— a partir dos fundos conservados em arquivos judiciais durante a Idade Moderna na Península Ibérica. Reflete-se, a partir de um caso prático, sobre a realidade do trabalho de campo realizado para construir um corpus digital e são evidenciadas suas fortalezas e debilidades, o que nos permite oferecer uma análise de primeira mão de algumas das mudanças e dos desafios que supõe a revolução digital na qual estamos inseridos. Metodologia: como ponto de partida são considerados os avanços no campo das Humanidades Digitais, a partir dos quais é delineada a multidisciplinariedade que caracteriza tanto o processo de conformação do corpus como sus possibilidades de análise e estudo. Originalidade: é apresentado o trabalho completo que implica a transformação das fontes primárias em fontes digitais num projeto inovador no campo das Humanidades Digitais e são registradas as problemáticas que o historiador/a enfrenta no trabalho com cartas privadas produzidas por pessoas comuns (s. xvi-xix) e que vão desde a localização dessas fontes até sua seleção, digitalização, edição, tratamento e estudo posterior. Conclusões: além de mostrar o processo de transformação das fontes e das possibilidades de análise de um corpus digital, são evidenciados os diferentes caminhos de análise destas. Ainda, é abordada a riqueza dos arquivos como repositórios imprescindíveis para recuperar fontes epistolares privadas e cotidianas, e é refletido sobre o futuro da conservação no ambiente digital.

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    Authors: Elena Fernandez Fernandez; Mirco Schoenfeld; Juergen Pfeffer;

    Boletín Oficial del Estado (BOE) Dataset (1988-2018), matching the article "Measuring the Acceleration of the Social Construction of Time using the BOE (Boletín Oficial del Estado)": short17.pdf (ceur-ws.org) This dataset has been obtained from the BOE Spanish Government website: BOE.es - Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado 

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    Dans le cadre d’un accroissement exponentiel de la mobilité globale, la notion de groupe culturel est remise constamment en cause par l’existence de communautés multi- et transculturelles qui se fondent sur la redéfinition constante du principe d’inclusion de ses membres et de leurs valeurs. Le cas des familles cosmopolites relevant du cadre de l’adoption internationale, illustre de manière exemplaire le défi posé par cette redéfinition. Dans le présent article, nous mettons en lumière le rôle joué par la recherche d’inclusion dans la communication familiale initiale d’une famille adoptive italienne à Santiago du Chili. D’après les données recueillies, nous avons pu constater que les efforts réalisés par les membres de la famille pour inclure l’enfant adopté se reflètent dans différentes stratégies plurilingues qui impliquent, à différents niveaux, l’inclusion de la langue de l’enfant afin de favoriser sa participation.

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    Authors: Rio Riande, María Gimena del; González Blanco García, Elena; Martínez Cantón, Clara; Robles, Antonio;

    Although Digital Humanities have been defined from a discipline perspective in many ways, it is surely a field still looking for its own objects, practices and methodologies. Their development in the Spanish-speaking countries is no exception to this process and, even it is complex to trace a unique genealogy to give account for the evolving field in Spain and Latin America (Gonzalez-Blanco, 2013; Spence and Gonzalez-Blanco, 2014; Rio Riande 2014a, 2014b), the emergence of various associations in Mexico (RedDH), Spain (HDH) and Argentina (AAHD) that seek for a constant dialogue (Galina, González-Blanco and Rio Riande, 2015), and academic lab and DH center initiatives such as LINHD (Spain and Argentina), GRINUGR (Spain), Medialab USAL, LABTEC (Argentina), TadeoLab (Colombia), Elabora HD (Mexico), among others, make it clear that research has become increasingly “global, multipolar and networked” (Llewellyn Smith, et al., 2011) and that the academic field is looking for a global outreach and aims to open spaces of shared virtual work. Virtual Research Communities (VRCs) are a consequence of these changes. (Párrafo extraído a modo de resumen)

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    Authors: Martínez Martín, Laura; Adámez Castro, Guadalupe;

    Resumen: Objetivo/Contexto: El texto propone un recorrido por la metodología y el proceso de trabajo seguidos en el proyecto Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal), el cual llevó a la conformación de un corpus epistolar digital -hoy disponible online- a partir de los fondos conservados en archivos judiciales durante la Edad Moderna en la Península Ibérica. Se reflexiona, desde un caso práctico, sobre la realidad del trabajo de campo realizado para construir un corpus digital y se evidencian sus fortalezas y debilidades, lo que nos permite ofrecer un examen de primera mano de algunos de los cambios y desafíos que supone la revolución digital en la que estamos sumergidos. Metodología: Se toman como punto de partida los avances en el campo de las Humanidades Digitales, a partir de los cuales se delinea la multidisciplinariedad que caracteriza tanto el proceso de conformación del corpus como sus posibilidades de análisis y estudio. Originalidad: Se muestra el trabajo completo que implica la transformación de las fuentes primarias en fuentes digitales en un proyecto innovador en el campo de las Humanidades Digitales y se plasman las problemáticas a las que se enfrenta el historiador/a en el trabajo con cartas privadas producidas por gente común (s. xvi-xix), que van desde la localización de estas fuentes hasta su selección, digitalización, edición, tratamiento y estudio posterior. Conclusiones: Además de mostrar el proceso de transformación de las fuentes y las posibilidades de análisis de un corpus digital, se evidencian los diferentes caminos de análisis de estas. Igualmente, se aborda la riqueza de los archivos como repositorios imprescindibles para recuperar fuentes epistolares privadas y cotidianas y se reflexiona sobre el futuro de la conservación en el entorno digital. Abstract: Objective/Context: The text proposes a journey through the methodology and work process followed in the Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal) project, which led to the formation of a digital epistolary corpus-now available online-from funds preserved in judicial archives during the Modern Age in the Iberian Peninsula. Based on a practical case, the paper reflects on the reality of the fieldwork carried out in order to build a digital corpus, as well as on its strengths and weaknesses, which allows a first-hand insight of some changes and challenges of the digital revolution we are immersed in. Methodology: Advances in the field of Digital Humanities are taken as a starting point to examine the multidisciplinarity that characterizes both the corpus formation process and the possibilities for its analysis and study. Originality: The paper describes the complete work process involved in the transformation of primary sources into digital sources in an innovative project in the field of Digital Humanities; it also reflects on problems faced by historians in working with private letters produced by common people (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries), which range from the location of these sources to their selection, digitization, editing, treatment, and subsequent study. Conclusions: In addition to describing the process of transforming sources into a digital corpus and the possibilities of its analysis, the article evidences different analytical ways. Likewise, it addresses the wealth of archives as essential repositories for recovering private and ordinary epistolary sources while also reflecting on the future of their conservation in the digital environment. Resumo: Objetivo/Contexto: Neste texto, são apresentados um percorrido pela metodologia e o processo de trabalho seguido no projeto europeu Post Scriptum. A Digital Archive of Ordinary Writings (Early Modern in Spain and Portugal), o qual levou à conformação de corpus epistolar digital -hoje disponibilizado online- a partir dos fundos conservados em arquivos judiciais durante a Idade Moderna na Península Ibérica. Reflete-se, a partir de um caso prático, sobre a realidade do trabalho de campo realizado para construir um corpus digital e são evidenciadas suas fortalezas e debilidades, o que nos permite oferecer uma análise de primeira mão de algumas das mudanças e dos desafios que supõe a revolução digital na qual estamos inseridos. Metodologia: Como ponto de partida são considerados os avanços no campo das Humanidades Digitais, a partir dos quais é delineada a multidisciplinariedade que caracteriza tanto o processo de conformação do corpus como sus possibilidades de análise e estudo. Originalidade: É apresentado o trabalho completo que implica a transformação das fontes primárias em fontes digitais num projeto inovador no campo das Humanidades Digitais e são registradas as problemáticas que o historiador/a enfrenta no trabalho com cartas privadas produzidas por pessoas comuns (s. xvi-xix) e que vão desde a localização dessas fontes até sua seleção, digitalização, edição, tratamento e estudo posterior. Conclusões: Além de mostrar o processo de transformação das fontes e das possibilidades de análise de um corpus digital, são evidenciados os diferentes caminhos de análise destas. Ainda, é abordada a riqueza dos arquivos como repositórios imprescindíveis para recuperar fontes epistolares privadas e cotidianas, e é refletido sobre o futuro da conservação no ambiente digital.

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    [ES] En este artículo se presenta un estado de la cuestión acerca de los trabajos realizados sobre materiales cerámicos utilizando técnicas químico-físicas. El objetivo principal del trabajo han sido las contribuciones centradas en época prehistórica y protohistórica, cuyo ámbito geográfico ha sido el norte peninsular. Se han consultado los trabajos de investigación realizados desde la década de 1970 a la actualidad. Se observa así la evolución que se ha producido en este tipo de investigación desde los primeros trabajos en los que se analizaba un escaso número de muestras, a aquellas publicaciones en las que los estudios arqueométricos son el eje central y la herramienta para solucionar cuestiones históricas. Finalmente, se ofrece un listado de aquellos conjuntos cerámicos en los que se han llevado a cabo análisis o estudios arqueométricos, así como de las técnicas utilizadas en cada caso. [EN] This paper presents a state of the art about works carried out on ceramic materials using chemical-physical techniques. The main goal of this paper has been those contributions focused on prehistoric and protohistoric times, whose geographic scope has been the Northern part of the Iberian Peninsula. Research works undertaken since the 70s up to the present have been consulted. It is observed the evolution that has occurred in this type of research since the first works in which a small number of samples was analyzed to those publications in which archaeometric studies are the central axis and the tool to solve historical queries. A list of those archaeological sites in which analysis or archaeometric studies have been accomplished, as well as the techniques employed in each case is also included. Miriam Cubas está trabajando en el marco de un proyecto de investigación Marie Sklodowska Curie (First ceramics in Atlantic Europe: manufacture and function —CerAM IF 653354—) financiado por la Unión Europea. Este capítulo está sujeto a una licencia CC BY 4.0 Peer reviewed

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    Authors: Palacios González, Daniel;

    Les fosses communes sont l’un des héritages les plus controversés du Coup d’État de 1936, de la Guerre et de la Dictature qui s’ensuivirent en Espagne. Elles sont la conséquence d’un programme de génocide planifié et le débat a été réduit à ce que l’on nomme la Mémoire Historique. Je propose de confronter les débats actuels sur la justice et la représentation avec différentes manifestations des mémoires culturelles. Les monuments, les marches et les graffitis permettent de reconnaître une évolution de la simple signalisation des fosses communes au mécontentement dû à l’absence de justice. Un manque de justice qui ne se limite pas seulement aux crimes de la Guerre et de la Dictature. Il existe aussi un lien avec l’espace. Les stratégies de préservation des fosses communes rejoignent celles de la visibilité dans l’espace publique. En raison de leurs caractéristiques, les fosses communes se trouvent à la périphérie de la ville. Par conséquent, l’exclusion des personnes assassinées de leur société reflète l’exclusion de leur représentation dans l’espace public. Les stratégies plus récentes, illustrées par un cas spécifique de graffitis sur des fosses communes, cristallisent le statut des demandes de justice et les possibilités de représentation dans l’espace public de ceux qui ont été assassinés il y a 80 ans. The mass graves are one of the most controversial legacies of the 1936 coup d’état, and consecuent war and dictatorship. These are the consequence of a planned genocide plan and even today, they are a complex heritage. The debate has been monopolized around the field of so-called Historical Memory. I propose to confront the current debates on justice and representation with various manifestations of cultural memories. Monuments, rallies and graffiti make possible to recognize a drift from the simple marking of the mass graves to the discontent on the lack of justice. A lack of justice that is not only limited to the crimes of the war and the dictatorship. This is also link with spatiality. The strategies to preserve the graves join those to get visibility in the urban space. Because of their features, the graves are on the outskirts of the city. Consequently, the exclusion of the murdered from their society reflects the exclusion of their representation from the public space. The most recent strategies, illustrated in a specific case of graffiti on mass graves, crystallize the status of the demands for justice and the possibilities of representation in public space of those murdered 80 years ago. Las fosas comunes son uno de los legados más controvertidos del golpe de estado de 1936 y de la posterior guerra y dictadura en España. Son la consecuencia de un plan de genocidio planificado y el debate se ha monopolizado en torno a la supuesta Memoria Histórica. Propongo confrontar los debates actuales sobre justicia y representación con diferentes manifestaciones de la memoria cultural. Los monumentos, las marchas y los grafitis permiten reconocer una deriva desde la simple señalización de las fosas comunes hasta la insatisfacción por la falta de justicia. Una falta de justicia que no sólo se limita a los crímenes de la Guerra y la Dictadura. También existe un vínculo con la espacialidad. Las estrategias para la preservación de las fosas comunes son similares a las de la visibilidad en el espacio público. Debido a sus características, las fosas comunes se encuentran en las afueras de la ciudad. Por lo tanto, la exclusión de los asesinados de su sociedad refleja la exclusión de su representación en el espacio público. Las estrategias más recientes, ilustradas por un caso concreto de graffiti en las fosas comunes, cristalizan el estado de las demandas de justicia y las posibilidades de representación en el espacio público de quienes fueron asesinados hace 80 años.

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    Authors: Sancho i Planas, Marta;

    [ES] La tradición de la construcción en piedra en Catalunya se remonta a tiempos protohistóricos y presenta una continuidad ininterrumpida hasta nuestros días. En este estudio nos proponemos mostrar las formas como fueron utilizados los recursos pétreos en la construcción de edificaciones diversas desde el siglo VI hasta el siglo XI. Analizaremos estructuras de adecuación del territorio, las construcciones vinculadas al hábitat, las fortificaciones y edificaciones de carácter cultual. Nos interesa especialmente mostrar los tipos de piedra que fueron utilizados en las construcciones, las zonas de extracción, el labrado y las distintas técnicas de colocación de los sillares, los materiales de unión, así como los recubrimientos. Este análisis nos deberá permitir establecer las características diferenciadoras de las edificaciones vinculadas a las construcciones populares de aquellas que están relacionadas con las élites. Las evidencias arqueológicas nos aportaran los datos necesarios para abordar estos objetivos por lo que consultaremos bibliografía específica de distintos yacimientos seleccionados para tal fin. Los criterios de selección se fundamentan en dos principios básicos: los restos conservados y la calidad y detalle de la información que los investigadores correspondientes nos ofrecen en sus publicaciones. [EN] The tradition of stone construction in Catalonia dates back to protohistoric times, and displays an uninterrupted continuity right up to the present day. In this study, we set out to show the ways in which stone resources were used in the construction of various different buildings from the 6th century clown to the 11 'h century. We will analyse structures designed to adapt the local territory, constructions linked to the habitar, fortifications, and buildings used as places of worship. We are especially interested in showing the types of stone used in constructions, the areas where they were quarried, the way they were worked, and the various different techniques for laying the stone blocks, the bonding agents and materials, as well as materials used to cover the wall surfaces. This analysis should allow us to establish the distinguishing characteristics of buildings linked to lower-status constructions, as distinct from those connected to élite groups. Archaeological evidence will the 11th century, and in the 12th century too, among the social classes of the local aristocracy. Actas del congreso Il paesaggio pietrificato. La storia sociale dell’Europa tra X e XIII secolo attraverso l’archeologia del costruito (Arezzo, 7-8 febbraio 2020). Este congreso fue celebrado en el ámbito del proyecto ERC: Petrifying Wealth. The Southern European Shift to Masonry as Collective Investment in identity, c.1050-1300. Este artículo está sujeto a una licencia CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. Peer reviewed

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    JORNADA DE ESTUDIOS ARQUEOLÓGICOS SOBRE EL CENTRO ALFARERO DE FARO DE LIMANES Últimos trabajos y futuras líneas de investigación Presidencia de la Jornada: José Avelino Gutiérrez González Catedrático de Arqueología Medieval, Universidad de Oviedo Secretaría y Comité Organizador: Miguel Busto Zapico Investigador Postdoctoral, PRINMA, UGR Francisco Lara Piñera Investigador Predoctoral UNED-Santander, EIDUNED Javier García Iñáñez Investigador Doctor Permanente, GPAC, UPV-EHU La Jornada de estudios arqueológicos sobre el centro alfarero de Faro de Limanes. Últimos trabajos y futuras líneas de investigación tiene el objetivo de divulgar las últimas investigaciones y trazar nuevas e innovadoras líneas de trabajo sobre los estudios arqueológicos desarrollados en Faro de Limanes. Se transferirá a la sociedad la idea de que la cerámica faruca está viva y sigue aportando grandes cantidades de información sobre nuestro pasado. El centro productor cerámico de Faro de Limanes es uno de los alfares más importantes del norte de la península ibérica debido a la gran difusión alcanzada por sus piezas y su producción ininterrumpida desde al menos el siglo XI hasta la actualidad. Por ello, su cerámica se nos muestra como un elemento clave para comprender la Edad Media y la modernidad asturiana. En las últimas décadas se han desarrollado un buen número de trabajos de investigación que han estudiado la cerámica de Faro de Limanes con diferente profundidad, enfoques y perspectivas. El ánimo de esta Jornada es reunir a todos los investigadores que han trabajado arqueológicamente sobre Faro de Limanes y su cerámica para que, de manera conjunta, informen y debatan sobre sus avances. Se presentarán resultados de proyectos pasados y presentes, nuevas líneas de trabajo, y se expondrán diferentes técnicas de estudio. Faro de Limanes y su cerámica tiene un pasado apasionante, pero también un presente de estudios novedosos y, sin duda, un futuro con un enorme potencial. El Museo Arqueológico de Asturias, al ser el custodio de nuestro objeto de estudio, resulta el enclave ideal para el desarrollo de la Jornada.

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