Share and Communicate the Cento Città d’Italia: From the XIX to the XXI Century†
AbstractThe European cultural context, where the series Le Cento Città d’Italia—Supplemento mensile illustrato del Secolo (Milan, Sonzogno 1887–1902) can be situated, has been characterized by a great diffusion of publications based on illustrated issues. This series, which led readers to ‘literary’ and ‘visually’ “visit the most important (for history, art and architecture) Italian cities”, provides interesting views and sketches of the post-unification Italy. Relying on this amount of unstudied information offered by Le Cento Città, and taking in account other similar project, this paper aims to describe the issues and the very first outcomes of our work of designing an Territorial Information System (SIT) that will allow a textual, graphical and crossed ‘navigation’ through these sources. Open to new contributions, the SIT will level up the experience of interconnecting texts and images with georeferenced maps and database.
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Zich, U.; Pavignano, M. Share and Communicate the Cento Città d’Italia: From the XIX to the XXI Century. Proceedings 2017, 1, 924.
Zich U, Pavignano M. Share and Communicate the Cento Città d’Italia: From the XIX to the XXI Century. Proceedings. 2017; 1(9):924.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zich, Ursula; Pavignano, Martino. 2017. "Share and Communicate the Cento Città d’Italia: From the XIX to the XXI Century." Proceedings 1, no. 9: 924.
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