Role: Research Fellow
Library science, Metadata, Digital humanities, Cultural heritage, Cataloguing Theoretical Models, Cataloguing Theory
Martina received her Bachelor Degree in Modern Literatures and Philology from the University of Genova in February 2014. She worked on a Plautus’comedy (Mostellaria) translated in Italian vernacular by a humanist from Ferrara, Girolamo Berardi. Then she got a Master Degree in Library Science in November 2015 from the Library Science Vatican School in Rome. From January 2016 to December 2017 she has been a research fellow at ITD-CNR in Genova. In June-July 2017 she attended a Summer school on Digital tools for Humanists at the University of Pisa and a course on Digital innovation in Cultural Heritage at the University of Genova. Since January 2018 she is research fellow at IMATI-CNR in Genova. Her research interests are in library science, metadata, digital libraries, cultural heritage, digital humanities, cataloguing theoretical models, cataloguing theory.