Category Archives: DH in General

Online Ritual Web Traffic and the Hindu Diaspora

This post was written by guest contributor Zach Chrisman. Chrisman is a master’s student in Religious Studies at the University of Denver specializing in critical theory. His research observes the intersection of affect theory, internet/digital studies, and religion. He is an assistant

Online Ritual Web Traffic and the Hindu Diaspora

This post was written by guest contributor Zach Chrisman. Chrisman is a master’s student in Religious Studies at the University of Denver specializing in critical theory. His research observes the intersection of affect theory, internet/digital studies, and religion. He is an assistant

Among Digitized Manuscripts: A Book

For years, I have explored digitized manuscripts on this website. It left me prepared, three years ago, to embark on a more ambitious investigation into what digitized manuscripts are and what we can do with them. This has now resulted in

Among Digitized Manuscripts: A Book

For years, I have explored digitized manuscripts on this website. It left me prepared, three years ago, to embark on a more ambitious investigation into what digitized manuscripts are and what we can do with them. This has now resulted in

Why I still choose to publish in print

I am an advocate for digital solutions. This is kind of an obvious statement for those who have been following The Digital Orientalist. I love the digital aspect of our work in those early and middle stages of research: data

Why I still choose to publish in print

I am an advocate for digital solutions. This is kind of an obvious statement for those who have been following The Digital Orientalist. I love the digital aspect of our work in those early and middle stages of research: data

GSM: A Lesson for Beginners, by a Beginner

Composing a text for a website such as this requires a balancing act between the website’s likely readership. Some readers will be highly skilled in the field of digital humanities as it relates to Islamic Studies while there may be

GSM: A Lesson for Beginners, by a Beginner

Composing a text for a website such as this requires a balancing act between the website’s likely readership. Some readers will be highly skilled in the field of digital humanities as it relates to Islamic Studies while there may be

Making online interactive maps with Leaflet (Part 2)

In the first part of my post about making maps with Leaflet, I had explained the basics of creating an HTML file with the code that defines the base layer, coordinates and size of your map. This is what I

Making online interactive maps with Leaflet (Part 2)

In the first part of my post about making maps with Leaflet, I had explained the basics of creating an HTML file with the code that defines the base layer, coordinates and size of your map. This is what I

What is it like to be at a digital humanities conference?

I came to DH2019 with the question: surely this is not my tribe, is it? I had the advantage, incentive even, of having this large international conference right at my home institution. This made it a lot cheaper (though far from

What is it like to be at a digital humanities conference?

I came to DH2019 with the question: surely this is not my tribe, is it? I had the advantage, incentive even, of having this large international conference right at my home institution. This made it a lot cheaper (though far from

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