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Designing Multilingual Digital Pedagogy Initiatives: The Programming Historian for English, Spanish, and French speaking DH Communities

Abstract : With this poster we would like to discuss the design of a multilingual strategy for The Programming Historian and to reflect on some theoretical concepts such as contact zone, lingua franca vs. vernacular, and writing for a global audience that foster our current work as editors. We would like also to present our recent progress made during the transition from a monolingual digital pedagogy initiative to a multilingual one available in English, Spanish and French: on the one hand, after translating 41 lessons from English, in April 2019, The Programming Historian en español has recently published two original lessons while two more are currently under review. On the other hand, also in April 2019, the Programming Historian en français was launched and has already published one translation from English into French.
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Papastamkou Sofia, Castro Antonio Rojas, Sichani Anna-Maria. Designing Multilingual Digital Pedagogy Initiatives: The Programming Historian for English, Spanish, and French speaking DH Communities. Digital Humanities 2019, Jul 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands. 2019. ⟨halshs-02277611⟩

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