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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

Digital Printing of Arabic: The Problem Revisited

In this post I will respond to some points raised by Titus Nemeth. I already discussed his rhetoric so I will side-step that in this post. I say: Arabic was developed to be written with pen and ink, this translates

Digital Printing of Arabic: The Problem Revisited

In this post I will respond to some points raised by Titus Nemeth. I already discussed his rhetoric so I will side-step that in this post. I say: Arabic was developed to be written with pen and ink, this translates

Difficulties in Keeping a Dialogue About Digital Humanities

Talking about DH on a blog will get some people angry with you. I will discuss here some examples arising from my own experience, making this is more of a meta-post about my weblog, than a post for my weblog, but the underlying

Difficulties in Keeping a Dialogue About Digital Humanities

Talking about DH on a blog will get some people angry with you. I will discuss here some examples arising from my own experience, making this is more of a meta-post about my weblog, than a post for my weblog, but the underlying

Making Sense of the Cacophony of Voices from the Post-Classical Period of Islam

This small article explains how close reading is not useful in research on post-classical Islamic intellectual history. Instead, close reading needs to be supplemented with what is called ‘distant reading.’ The article appeared last year in Sabah Ülkesi, vol. 53.

Making Sense of the Cacophony of Voices from the Post-Classical Period of Islam

This small article explains how close reading is not useful in research on post-classical Islamic intellectual history. Instead, close reading needs to be supplemented with what is called ‘distant reading.’ The article appeared last year in Sabah Ülkesi, vol. 53.

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

Online Resources

Online Searchable Dictionaries for Islamic Studies: A Preliminary List

A short list of dictionaries well-known in Islamic Studies, that are now digitally available online. There are of course a lot more dictionaries out there on the web, but I have included here only those resources which scholars would be

Online Resources

Online Searchable Dictionaries for Islamic Studies: A Preliminary List

A short list of dictionaries well-known in Islamic Studies, that are now digitally available online. There are of course a lot more dictionaries out there on the web, but I have included here only those resources which scholars would be

Software for Getting Things Done

Being terribly caught up with other things, I am not able to write a full post on what software to use for task management. However, with the launch of OmniFocus 2, I would like to notify you of this post which

Software for Getting Things Done

Being terribly caught up with other things, I am not able to write a full post on what software to use for task management. However, with the launch of OmniFocus 2, I would like to notify you of this post which