Category Archives: Using Real Paper

Mediation of Islamic Knowledge: Face to Face Conversations in Manuscripts

A small article on why manuscripts kept being popular in the Islamic world until very late. It appeared last year in Turkish, in Sabah Ülkesi vol. 52, pp. 78ff. It has been said that “in spite of all the real

Mediation of Islamic Knowledge: Face to Face Conversations in Manuscripts

A small article on why manuscripts kept being popular in the Islamic world until very late. It appeared last year in Turkish, in Sabah Ülkesi vol. 52, pp. 78ff. It has been said that “in spite of all the real

Explaining the cover of my new book

In before centuries, it was common for a book to have a lavishly illustrated cover which, through signs and symbols, told the prospective reader what the book is about. For my new book, The World of Image in Islamic Philosophy

Explaining the cover of my new book

In before centuries, it was common for a book to have a lavishly illustrated cover which, through signs and symbols, told the prospective reader what the book is about. For my new book, The World of Image in Islamic Philosophy

Creating a digital catalogue for a small collection

I am creating a digital catalogue for Rudolf Geyer’s heritage. On this, I have a long read (and long look) for a lazy summer day over at Medium. About it, too, I have here a short description of the technical aspects

Creating a digital catalogue for a small collection

I am creating a digital catalogue for Rudolf Geyer’s heritage. On this, I have a long read (and long look) for a lazy summer day over at Medium. About it, too, I have here a short description of the technical aspects

Brill Publishers to offer print on demand

Brill has announced it will offer print-on-demand paperbacks for those books that you can access digitally through your institution. In this post I will offer some comments on this news. See here for more information: http://www.brill.com/products/books/brill-mybook Of course this is great

Brill Publishers to offer print on demand

Brill has announced it will offer print-on-demand paperbacks for those books that you can access digitally through your institution. In this post I will offer some comments on this news. See here for more information: http://www.brill.com/products/books/brill-mybook Of course this is great