Para imaginar una historia de las escritoras en digital

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  • Amelia Sanz Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Palabras clave:

digitalización, colecciones digitales, herramientas digitales, mujeres escritoras

Resumen

En este artículo repasamos algunas importantes aportaciones que las tecnologías digitales están haciendo a la investigación en el ámbito de la historia de las mujeres escritoras, principalmente en Europa. Presentamos argumentos que nos permitan valorar el alcance de estas aportaciones en tres campos: los procesos de digitalización masiva en bibliotecas y archivos; la construcción de colecciones, repositorios y bases de datos; la utilización de herramientas digitales para el análisis, siempre en lo que se refiere a las mujeres escritoras. Se pone así de manifiesto la necesidad de imprimir perspectivas feministas, críticas, a cualquier desarrollo digital.

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2021-08-13

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