Online Resources for Ancient Mesopotamia?

There has been a big push in recent years to make more academic research and resources openly-available. This is fantastic if you’re a student who, for some reason, finds it difficult to get to your university library (like me!) and

Online Resources for Ancient Mesopotamia?

There has been a big push in recent years to make more academic research and resources openly-available. This is fantastic if you’re a student who, for some reason, finds it difficult to get to your university library (like me!) and

Google Translate with One Click (Mac)

Yes we all know; Google translator is best described as “quick and dirty”. Nonetheless, we all use it because it is very convenient and helpful. Just like the title suggests, this trick will save you the time of copying the

Google Translate with One Click (Mac)

Yes we all know; Google translator is best described as “quick and dirty”. Nonetheless, we all use it because it is very convenient and helpful. Just like the title suggests, this trick will save you the time of copying the

On books and electricity

This guest-post comes from Louise Gallorini (American University of Beirut) and reflects on the value of holding an actual, physical, paper book in your hands. Digitization is not always the solution, as Louise reminds us! You can visit her English

On books and electricity

This guest-post comes from Louise Gallorini (American University of Beirut) and reflects on the value of holding an actual, physical, paper book in your hands. Digitization is not always the solution, as Louise reminds us! You can visit her English

The “Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference” (#DOsTC)

Today we are happy to announce the Call for Papers for the Digital Orientalist’s “Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference” (hereafter DOsTC) to be held on May 31st and June 1st, 2019. (The deadline for proposals is March 31st 2019). The CFP

The “Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference” (#DOsTC)

Today we are happy to announce the Call for Papers for the Digital Orientalist’s “Digital Orientalisms Twitter Conference” (hereafter DOsTC) to be held on May 31st and June 1st, 2019. (The deadline for proposals is March 31st 2019). The CFP

Paths to understanding Kpelle

For those interested in learning more about the history and use of the Kpelle language and script, there are a few key resources to be recommended.  One is a dictionary by Theodore Leidenfrost and John S. McKay, Kpelee-woo-Kwii-woo su-kula kɔlɔ,

Paths to understanding Kpelle

For those interested in learning more about the history and use of the Kpelle language and script, there are a few key resources to be recommended.  One is a dictionary by Theodore Leidenfrost and John S. McKay, Kpelee-woo-Kwii-woo su-kula kɔlɔ,

The Importance of Uncertainty: VR Reconstructions of Ancient Buildings

John Sigmier, Ph.D. student at Pennsylvania University, gives us an insight into an ongoing project to display 3D models of Etruscan temples in the Penn University Museum! Though not quite the Ancient Near East, this is a really interesting project

The Importance of Uncertainty: VR Reconstructions of Ancient Buildings

John Sigmier, Ph.D. student at Pennsylvania University, gives us an insight into an ongoing project to display 3D models of Etruscan temples in the Penn University Museum! Though not quite the Ancient Near East, this is a really interesting project

The Doha Historical Dictionary of Arabic

In 2013 the Arabic Center for Research and Politics Studies lunched an ambitious ongoing program to build an Arabic Historical Dictionary. This is the first Arabic dictionary that traces the origin and the etymology of the Arabic words in a historical

The Doha Historical Dictionary of Arabic

In 2013 the Arabic Center for Research and Politics Studies lunched an ambitious ongoing program to build an Arabic Historical Dictionary. This is the first Arabic dictionary that traces the origin and the etymology of the Arabic words in a historical