Maria Effinger and Hubertus Kohle (Eds.)
Die Zukunft des kunsthistorischen Publizierens
Scientific publishing is in a state of upheaval, and no one can avoid the universal game changer that is digital. It is highly doubtful whether the printed book will be the standard model in this field in the future. Instead, the internet offers itself as an extremely flexible medium, which clearly offers both added value and a common method of reception. The many possibilities that digital publishing opens-up are examined in this volume, in a series of 14 essays from an art historical perspective.
The proceedings are published not only as a PDF e-book, HTML version and print-on-demand edition, but also as an XML version enriched with standards data tagging.
Maria Effinger is Head of Publication Services at Heidelberg University Library, Managing Director of Heidelberg University Publishing (heiUP), subject specialist for art history (arthistoricum.net), co-spokesperson NFDI4Culture. Main focus: Electronic publishing in open access, digital editions, cultural heritage and digital humanities.
Hubertus Kohle is an art historian at the LMU Munich and works primarily on German and French art from the 18th to the early 20th century.