In the last decade, computer science increasingly influenced every field of the research within the Humanities. Philology, Linguistics, History, History of Art and Social Studies have been involved in this great shift of perspective, not only for the visualization, organization and manipulation of data, but also in developing new methods of analysis, and new systems of publication. Nowadays, we are experiencing a growth in the publication of digital and digitized editions, as well as scientific projects involving corpora, digital databases and archives, always more frequently user-friendly and interoperable.
Aldus 2.0 draws attention to digital scientific projects, sustaining their publication and fostering their circulation. If you want to give your research more visibility, you can send us your project to be reviewed and published in our journal according to the standards that you will find in the following guidelines.