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SERICA

Sino-European Religious Intersections in Central Asia. Interactive Texts and Intelligent Networks

Tipologia
Progetti nazionali
Programma di ricerca
Global history approach to the Silk Road, with a diachronic and historical study of the textual and material culture documents of some involved civilizations (Hellenistic, Armenian, Indian, Central-Asiatic, Chinese between IV century and XVIII century AD) Creation of a digital library which includes images and is capable of allowing searches related to the world of the semantic web (in collaboration with ELA, Eurasian Latin Archive, ela.unisi.it) Creation of geolocalized and diachronic interactive maps of the places identified in the texts Linguistic and literary studies on the works included in the database, with particular attention to Latin Broad-spectrum dissemination of research results through virtual and real exhibitions (MAO of Turin) and through the provision of data also useful from the tourist’s viewpoint Development of a free access portal with innovative semantic web and artificial intelligence tools (machine learning and NLP research activities)
Ente finanziatore
MIUR FISR
Settore ERC
SH5_1 - Classics, ancient literature and art
SH5_3 - Philology
SH6_11 - Global history, transnational history, comparative history, entangled histories
SH6_14 - History of ideas, intellectual history, history of economic thought
Budget
686000 euro unità di Torino, 1400000 totale
Periodo
01/06/2021 - 31/05/2023
Responsabile
Andrea Balbo

Partecipanti al progetto

Descrizione del progetto

    • SERICA stands for

    Sino-European Religious Intersections in Central Asia. Interactive Texts and Intelligent Networks

    • This project was awarded by a grant from the Italian University Ministry in the FISR 2019 (Fondo integrativo speciale per la ricerca) call.
    • SERICA includes 2 research groups

    Group 1: Pisa University, P.I. C. O. Tommasi (History of Religions)

    Group 2: Turin University, P.I. myself (Latin Language and Literature)

    Overall, the groups involve almost 30 scholars.

    Global history approach to the Silk Road, with a diachronic and historical study of the textual and material culture documents of some involved civilizations (Hellenistic, Armenian, Indian, Central-Asiatic, Chinese between IV century and XVIII century AD
  • Creation of a digital library which includes images and is capable of allowing searches related to the world of the semantic web (in collaboration with ELA, Eurasian Latin Archive, ela.unisi.it)
  • Creation of geolocalized and diachronic interactive maps of the places identified in the texts
  • Linguistic and literary studies on the works included in the database, with particular attention to Latin
  • Broad-spectrum dissemination of research results through virtual and real exhibitions (MAO of Turin) and through the provision of data also useful from the tourist’s viewpoint
  • Development of a free access portal with innovative semantic web and artificial intelligence tools (machine learning and NLP research activities)
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