The Digital Editorial Team

Concept

In the digital age, publication practice is changing in a paradigmatic way. New technologies and methods are in constant interaction with the scientific process. In this context, the perspectivia.net editorial team sees itself as a supporting and service-oriented entity - as a digital editorial team. Our range of tasks spans from consulting and mediation, project management and conceptual design, mark-up and enrichment, standardisation and norming, data management and licensing, transformation and archiving, cataloguing and networking, layout and editing, distribution and communication, training and support.

Team

Editorial Office

  • Elisabeth Ernst, Research Infrastructure OPERAS; EU Projects
  • Dr. Eva-Maria Gerstner, Library and Information Science Services
  • Britta Hermans, Community Management de.hypotheses.org; Representative for Frau Dr. Ulrike Stockhausen
  • Dr. Michael Kaiser, Head of Department
  • Katrin Neumann, Coordination perspectivia.net
  • N. N., Project "Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae"
  • Dr. Stefanie Pohle, Research Infrastructure OPERAS; Project TRIPLE
  • Dr. Judith Schulte, Research Infrastructure OPERAS; EU Projects
  • Julian Schulz, Digital Humanities and Research Data Management
  • Dr. Ulrike Stockhausen, Science Communication and Blogs (parental leave)
  • Marlen Töpfer, Project OPERAS-GER
  • Dr. Annika Wienert, DHI Warschau: Text Editing, Proofreading, Academic Reporting

Research Assistants

  • Alexander Gerber
  • Maria Wiegel

Publications, Lectures and Events

The challenges of digital transformation can only be met as a collective. The editorial team of perspectivia.net is therefore involved in many knowledge and competence networks. You can find an overview of our publications, lectures, events and other activities here.

Articles

  • Cremer, Fabian, and Katrin Neumann. „Service intermediation as a concept for an institutional publishing department“. In ELPUB 2019 23rd edition of the International Conference on Electronic Publishing. Marseille, France, 2019. https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-02141898.
  • Cremer, Fabian, Lisa Klaffki, and Timo Steyer. „Redaktionssache Forschungsdaten“. Bibliothek Forschung und Praxis 43, nr. 1 (2019): 118–125. https://doi.org/10.1515/bfp-2019-2018.
  • Heinemann, Elisabeth. „The Value of Network Sustainability: Why We Join Research Infrastructures“. In ELPUB 2018, edited by Leslie Chan and Pierre Mounier. Toronto, Canada, 2018. https://doi.org/10.4000/proceedings.elpub.2018.22.
  • Cremer, Fabian, Lisa Klaffki, and Timo Steyer. „Der Chimäre auf der Spur: Forschungsdaten in den Geisteswissenschaften“. o-bib. Das offene Bibliotheksjournal / edited by VDB 5, nr. 2 (13 July 2018): 142–62. https://doi.org/10.5282/o-bib/2018H2S142-162.

Blog Posts

Digital editing - Editorial on digital publishing: https://editorial.hypotheses.org/

On our blog, we regularly report on and discuss the changing processes and new work routines, as well as insights, challenges and developments in the field of digital publishing. In addition, we also write articles on other digital science topics on other blogs in the community.

  • Cremer, Fabian. „Corpus Musicae Ottomanicae. Osmanische Musik“. Blog entry. MyCoRe Blog (blog), 11 March 2019. https://www.mycore.de/blog/2019/03/cmo/.
  • Neumann, Katrin. „Operation am offenen Herzen: Die Publikationsplattform perspectivia.net“. Blog entry. MyCoRe Blog (blog), 11 March 2019. https://www.mycore.de/blog/2019/03/perspectivia.net/.
  • Cremer, Fabian, Mareike König, Katrin Neumann, and Thorsten Wübbena. „Austausch mit Modellcharakter: Ein stiftungsweiter Workshop zum Digitalen Publizieren“. Blog entry. Digitale Redaktion (blog), 6 May 2019. https://editorial.hypotheses.org/548.
  • Cremer, Fabian. „Gottes Werk und Teufels Beitrag: Ein Essay zu Digital Humanities und Projektmanagement“. Blog entry. DHd-Blog (blog), 19 March 2019. https://dhd-blog.org/?p=11283.
  • Heinemann, Elisabeth, and Fabian Cremer. „Über Bücher und Bibliodiversität: der Weg in eine offene europäische Publikationslandschaft“. Blog entry. Digitale Redaktion (blog), 15 November 2018. https://editorial.hypotheses.org/369.
  • Cremer, Fabian, and Thorsten Wübbena. „The next big thing will be a lot of small things – Serviceorientierung als Modell für die Infrastrukturlandschaft“. Blog entry. DHd-Blog (blog), 19 September 2018. https://dhd-blog.org/?p=10480.
  • Cremer, Fabian. „DARIAH-DE-Repository: Notizen zum Nutzen jenseits der Nutzung“. Blog entry. DHd-Blog (blog), 28 August 2018. https://dhd-blog.org/?p=10368.
  • Cremer, Fabian, and Katrin Neumann. „Zurück in die Zukunft II – keine erweiterten Publikationen in den Geisteswissenschaften?“ Blog entry. Digitale Redaktion (blog), 18 July 2018. https://editorial.hypotheses.org/231.
  • Cremer, Fabian, and Thorsten Wübbena. „A Call to Action on Digital Cultural Heritage in Germany“. Blog entry. H r e F (blog), 18 June 2018. https://href.hypotheses.org/178.
  • Heinemann, Elisabeth. „Die Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften müssen mit einer Stimme sprechen“. Blog entry. Digitale Redaktion (blog), 8 June 2018. https://editorial.hypotheses.org/190.
  • Cremer, Fabian, and Katrin Neumann. „Stolz und Vorurteil. Geisteswissenschaften und Open Access in einer Dekade perspectivia.net“. Blog entry. Digitale Redaktion (blog), 3 May 2018. https://editorial.hypotheses.org/147.
  • Cremer, Fabian. „Nun sag, wie hältst Du es mit dem Digitalen Publizieren, Digital Humanities?“ Blog entry. Digitale Redaktion (blog), 21 March 2018. https://editorial.hypotheses.org/113.
  • Cremer, Fabian. „Koordinaten zur Digitalität. Ein einfaches Denkmodell für die Betrachtung von sich verändernden Wissenschaftspraktiken“. Blog entry. Digitale Redaktion (blog), 29 January 2018. https://editorial.hypotheses.org/28.

Other Activities

The members of the digital editorial team are also currently involved in the following committees:

  • DARIAH-DE AG NFDI
  • DHd AG Digitales Publizieren
  • DHd AG Graphdatenbanken
  • DINI/nestor AG Forschungsdaten