DOS História Digital da Arte: Um Panorama das Investigações Recentes

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  • Arthur Valle Departamento de Artes e Programa de Pós-graduação em Patrimônio, Cultura e Sociedade na Universidade Federal Rural do Rio de Janeiro

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História Digital da Arte, Métodos Computacionais em História da Arte, Historiografia da Arte

Resumo

O presente texto apresenta um panorama do emergente campo de investigações da História Digital da Arte, centrando-se sobretudo em publicações em língua inglesa desde 2012. Busca-se aqui definir a História Digital da Arte e suas conexões com as chamadas Humanidades Digitais; historicizar seu desenvolvimento, desde as iniciativas pioneiras até sua afirmação no campo acadêmico; e delimitar algumas de suas abordagens metodológicas recorrentes, nomeadamente análise espacial, análise de rede, análise de imagem e análise de texto. 

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