Category Archives: Housekeeping

Social Media Manager Needed!

Are you good with social media and do you know a fair few things about Digital Humanities? Or are you eager to learn about those things? Come and join The Digital Orientalist as its dedicated social media manager! You will be volunteering

Social Media Manager Needed!

Are you good with social media and do you know a fair few things about Digital Humanities? Or are you eager to learn about those things? Come and join The Digital Orientalist as its dedicated social media manager! You will be volunteering

The Digital Orientalist: A Manifesto

A first essay on what The Digital Orientalist is about just came out in MELA Notes. Read it it here, full issue can be accessed here. This article is written for librarians, but can equally inform interested scholars and students.

The Digital Orientalist: A Manifesto

A first essay on what The Digital Orientalist is about just came out in MELA Notes. Read it it here, full issue can be accessed here. This article is written for librarians, but can equally inform interested scholars and students.

Digital Orientalism at AOS Conference

I am organizing a panel at the upcoming conference of the American Oriental Society. This cross-discipline round table gives an impression of how we can take advantage of digital tools and resources in our day-to-day workflow, and it will further discuss the future role

Digital Orientalism at AOS Conference

I am organizing a panel at the upcoming conference of the American Oriental Society. This cross-discipline round table gives an impression of how we can take advantage of digital tools and resources in our day-to-day workflow, and it will further discuss the future role

Now also on Twitter!

New posts are as of now also announced on the Twitter account @DigiOrientalist . So far the main method of distribution was a post on the Facebook page of The Digital Orientalist. Facebook is actually a difficult way to publish, as

Now also on Twitter!

New posts are as of now also announced on the Twitter account @DigiOrientalist . So far the main method of distribution was a post on the Facebook page of The Digital Orientalist. Facebook is actually a difficult way to publish, as