DH Awards is an international initiative that annually selects, upon notification by the community of scholars and practitioners in the Digital Humanities, a series of projects and initiatives that combine the digital with the humanities. The projects nominated in various categories are then awarded based on the votes cast by the community.
DanteSources (http://dantesources.org) is a tool that allows you to view, in the form of graphs and tables, information on literary sources used by Dante Alighieri in the writing of his works. It won the DH Awards in the category “Best Tool or DH Suite of Tools”. The tool was developed using Semantic Web technologies and is the result of collaboration between the group of Digital Libraries of NEMIS laboratory, led by Carlo Meghini, and the Department of Philology, Literature and Linguistics at the University of Pisa, led by Mirko Tavoni. At the development of the tool collaborated Valentina Bartalesi and Daniele Metilli for CNR and Paola Andriani for the University of Pisa.