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Cataloguing challenging museum-libraries items

Presented by: Silvio Tamaso D'Onofrio

Silvio Tamaso D’Onofrio holds a D.Sc in Social History from the University of São Paulo, Brazil. He was an Associate Professor in a higher education institution and currently heads REGIONEM, a research group dedicated to the study of material, intellectual and spiritual elements linked to the notions of space, area and region, based in São Paulo. Focusing also on digital humanities, dr. D’Onofrio’s peer-reviewed articles that appeared in journals worldwide. He has also published book chapters in recognized publications and he serves as a reviewer and member of editorial boards for international academic and scientific publications.


Seeking dialogue for the expansion of horizons, the communication will present a case study around a system made to assist in the record of hybrid items, such as books that have handwritten dedication, for example, or items with diffuse or multiple definition boundaries, like handwritten correspondence, as they can represent a challenge for custoding institution because they own the potential to elucidate intersubjective intricacies by revealing relationships that individuals establish with their time.


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