Author Archives: James Harry Morris

Photographing Archival Material at the Cadbury Research Library: Some Reflections

I am indebted to both the Cadbury Research Library at the University of Birmingham and the Church Mission Society for providing me permission to print the images used herein. In the summer of 2019, I spent one month at the

Photographing Archival Material at the Cadbury Research Library: Some Reflections

I am indebted to both the Cadbury Research Library at the University of Birmingham and the Church Mission Society for providing me permission to print the images used herein. In the summer of 2019, I spent one month at the

Apps for Viewing Historical Japanese Maps

Several years ago, I received an iPad and realizing that I wanted to use it for academic purposes began to scour the App Store for potentially useful apps. One app that I came across pertained to an interest of mine

Apps for Viewing Historical Japanese Maps

Several years ago, I received an iPad and realizing that I wanted to use it for academic purposes began to scour the App Store for potentially useful apps. One app that I came across pertained to an interest of mine

Databases and Repositories for the Study of Christian-Muslim Relations in East Asia: A Preliminary List (Part 1)

Those familiar with my work may be aware of my research on Christian-Muslim Relations (CMR) in China and Japan which has been published in Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations and Brill’s Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History. As one of the few scholars

Databases and Repositories for the Study of Christian-Muslim Relations in East Asia: A Preliminary List (Part 1)

Those familiar with my work may be aware of my research on Christian-Muslim Relations (CMR) in China and Japan which has been published in Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations and Brill’s Christian-Muslim Relations: A Bibliographical History. As one of the few scholars

Making a Basic Textual Analysis program in Python

Whether we are involved in Japanese Studies or Islamic Studies, Near Eastern Studies or African Studies, we are all likely to interact with historical texts written in Romance and Germanic Languages, and for our research, we may want or need

Making a Basic Textual Analysis program in Python

Whether we are involved in Japanese Studies or Islamic Studies, Near Eastern Studies or African Studies, we are all likely to interact with historical texts written in Romance and Germanic Languages, and for our research, we may want or need

Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference (#DOsTC) Proceedings

On the 1st of June, The Digital Orientalist held the Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference (#DOsTC). There were a total of eight presentations focusing on themes pertaining to the digital humanities and the study of non-Occidental histories, texts, cultures, societies, and

Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference (#DOsTC) Proceedings

On the 1st of June, The Digital Orientalist held the Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference (#DOsTC). There were a total of eight presentations focusing on themes pertaining to the digital humanities and the study of non-Occidental histories, texts, cultures, societies, and

Historical Storytelling with Twine

In the classroom environment, it can be difficult to create engaging materials that allow students to learn about the multi-causal nature of historical events and the difficulty with which historical decisions were made. Recently, I have been experimenting with Twine

Historical Storytelling with Twine

In the classroom environment, it can be difficult to create engaging materials that allow students to learn about the multi-causal nature of historical events and the difficulty with which historical decisions were made. Recently, I have been experimenting with Twine

The Schedule of the Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference 2019, #DOsTC

Today, I have the pleasure to announce the schedule of the Digital Orientalist’s Digital Orientalism Twitter Conference (#DOsTC) which will take place on June 1st, 2019. All times are given in Universal Coordinated Time +1 (UTC+1, alternatively known as British

The Schedule of the Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference 2019, #DOsTC

Today, I have the pleasure to announce the schedule of the Digital Orientalist’s Digital Orientalism Twitter Conference (#DOsTC) which will take place on June 1st, 2019. All times are given in Universal Coordinated Time +1 (UTC+1, alternatively known as British