Digital Kartvelology

Digital Kartvelology

The Bilingual Scientific Online Journal of the Academy for Digital Humanities

ISSN 2720-8427 (Online)

New issue:
Volume 1, 2022 (full version)

The peer-reviewed bilingual scientific online journal „Digital Kartvelology“ of the Academy for Digital Humanities is intended for specialists working in Digital Humanities. The journalonline journal „Digital Kartvelology“ aims to promote the development of Digital Kartvelology in Georgia and to create an academic platform for specialists working in Digital Humanities to publish scientific papers.

Authors and articles:

I. Digital Studies of Manuscripts

Bernard Outtier
Georgian Palimpsests in Tbilisi
Christa Müller-Kessler
Piecing together Christian Palestinian Aramaic Texts under Georgian Manuscripts
Erich Renhart
The Sinaitic Palimpsest of Graz University Library (Ms. 2058/2)
Darejan Tvaltvadze
New Life of Old Manuscripts – Digitized Georgian Manuscripts and Their Importance for Codicological and Textological Studies

II. Digital Lexikography

Tinatin Margalitadze
Marjory Wardrop: an Unknown Page of her Kartvelological Endeavour
Ketevan Datukishvili, Nana Loladze, Merab Zakalashvili
Lexicography – a tool for managing lexicographic works

III. Linguistics

Jost Gippert
Old Georgian “Suffixaufnahme” revisited
Maia Lomia, Ketevan Margiani
Linguistic annotation of Kartvelian languages: I. Nouns (problems and ways to solutions)

IV. Translation studies / Corpus Linguistics

Manana Tandashvili, Mariam Kamarauli
A conceptual framework of equivalence evaluation criteria in the multilingual parallel corpus Rustaveli goes digital
Khatuna Beridze
An Inter-Reflexive Corpus-Based Approach to Georgian and American Film Translations

Digital Kartvelology

The Bilingual Scientific Online Journal of the Academy for Digital Humanities

The digital peer-reviewed bilingual scientific journal of the Academy of Digital Humanities „Digital Kartvelology“ initiated by the founders of the Academy of Digital Humanities and is intended for specialists working in Digital Humanities.
The journal „Digital Kartvelology“ aims to promote the development of Digital Kartvelology in Georgia and to create an academic platform for specialists working in Digital Humanities to publish scientific papers.
Scientific Council:
Chairman of the Scientific Council: Jost Gippert (Germany)
Members of the Scientific Council:Manana Tandaschwili (Germany), Paul Meurer (Norway), Bernard Outtier (France), Iryna Gurevych (Germany), Tony McEnery (England), Mzekala Shanidze (Georgia), Tinatin Margalitadze (Georgia), Nino Pirtskhalava (Georgia), Vakhtang Litcheli (Georgia)
Secretary of the Scientific Council: Mariam Kamarauli (Germany)
Editorial board:
Manana Tandashvili (Editor-in-Chief), Darejan Tvaltvadze (Editor), Ramaz Khalvashi, Maia Lomia, Ketevan Margiani, Ketevan Datukishvili, Khatuna Beridze, Natia Dundua (Executive Secretary), Kakhaber Loria, Luka Nakhutsrishvili.
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The peer-reviewed scientific online journal „Digital Kartvelology“ is the annual journal of the scientific-educational society Academy of Digital Humanities - Georgia and aims to create an academic platform for specialists working in digital humanities to publish scientific works.

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Deadline for submission of articles: April 30 of each year.

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The peer-reviewed scientific online journal of the Academy of Digital Humanities „Digital Kartvelology“ is published once a year. Articles submitted for publication are evaluated by two independent experts. After the reviewers, the article is further reviewed by the scientific board of the journal.

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