M.A. Iga Adamczyk
bachelor’s degree – editing, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (2021)
MA – digital humanities, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (2023)
Contractor in the NPRH grant “Archives of the Philomaths – digital edition” (June 2021 – present) Data Analyst in the Humanities Research Data Laboratory of the Catholic University of Lublin (June 2022 – May 2023) My research interests are primarily in digital humanities and scholarly editing with a particular focus on digital editing. I am interested in the theory and practice of creating digital editions, both documentary and critical. I am interested in the differences between traditional and digital editions, exploring the transferability of editorial concerns to digital ‘language’, and the possibilities of extracting and reusing humanities contextual data.
My research and work to date has primarily covered the 19th century. I am interested in the literature of this period, the history of the Philomath Society and the history and works of its members. In addition, I study the language and phonetic features characteristic of the 19th century and borderland areas (also issues of modernisation of these features). I am mainly involved in the compilation and publication of historical documents and personal materials.