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The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies / Elias Muhanna
HerausgeberMuhanna, Elias
ErschienenBerlin ; Boston : de Gruyter, 2016
Umfang1 Online Ressource (VI, 271 Seiten)
SchlagwörterIslamwissenschaft / Digital Humanities / Islam. / Islamic civilization. / Computergestütze Verfahren. / Digitale Ressourcen. / Islamwissenschaft. / Naher Osten.
Halle (Saale) : Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, 2019
Over the past few decades humanistic inquiry has been problematized and invigorated by the emergence of digital tools and methodologies. This collection of essays explores the state of the art in digital scholarship pertaining to Islamic & Middle Eastern studies addressing areas such as digitization visualization text mining databases mapping and e-publication.
Schlagwörter (Englisch)
Islamic and middle east studies and the digital turn / Elias Muhanna -- Uncertainty and the archive / Travis Zadeh -- Of making many copies there is no end: the digitization of manuscripts and printed books in Arabic script / Dagmar Riedel -- Al-Kindi on the Kindle: the library of Arabic literature and the challenges of publishing bilingual Arabic-English books / Chip Rossetti -- Working with grassroots digital humanities projects: the case of the Tall Al-za'tar facebook groups / Nadia Yaqub -- Toward abstract models for Islamic history / Maxim Romanov -- Quantifying the Quran / Alex Brey -- Mapping Ottoman Damascus through news reports: a practical approach / Till Grallert -- "Find for me!": building a context-based search tool using Python / José Haro Peralta and Peter Verkinderen -- Pedagogy and the digital humanities: undergraduate exploration into the transmitters of early Islamic law / Joel Blecher -- From basmati rice to the Bani Hilal: digital archives and public humanities / Dwight F. Reynolds