A post by our guest contributor, Shruti Dixit, a Ph.D. candidate in the Divinity School at the University of St. … Continue reading What We Hold and What We Must Pass On: A Review of Digitization of Manuscripts at IGNCA in India
This is the second part of a series of posts by the Digital Orientalist’s Syriac Studies Editor, Ephrem Ishac, based … Continue reading “From Dead-ends into Gateways”: Interview with Dr. Nathan P. Gibson about Syriaca.org, 2nd and Final Part
Speeding up a workforce by getting help, ideas, or information from a large audience over the Internet, via a website, … Continue reading Crowdsourcing for Ottoman Studies: Zooniverse
When conducting research on documents pertaining to the Ashio Copper Mine Incident at Sano City Museum in late 2020, I … Continue reading How about a copy stand?
Synopses represent an important and user-friendly tool for the comparison of versions of biblical texts. Whether for deepening one’s own … Continue reading Easily Creating Synopses for Biblical Languages in Different Directions
The Pote collection of Islamic manuscripts was brought to England in 1790 and was divided between King’s College and Eton … Continue reading The Pote Collection of Islamic Manuscripts: The Highlights (II)
For the past decade, cultural heritage institutions across the globe have been dabbling with the digital realm by employing multimedia … Continue reading Cultural Heritage Online: What do we lose when exhibitions go digital?
The Pote collection contains many textually useful manuscripts especially in the field of the history of India; however, although most … Continue reading The Pote Collection of Islamic Manuscripts: The Highlights (I)
Earlier this year I published a short piece in The Digital Orientalist entitled “Digital Resources for Studying the History of … Continue reading Library Holdings, Duplication and Digitization: Resources on the History of the Ashio Copper Mine
Introduction Simon Daisley is an independent researcher of Kalmyk Buddhism and a digital heritage practitioner based in New Zealand. Through … Continue reading Reconstructing Kalmyk Buddhist Monasteries through Digital Modeling: An Interview with Simon Daisley from the Khurul Project