A Field Guide to Digital Islamic Law Resources

Educators and researchers around the world are navigating teaching and learning in response to COVID-19 related disruptions and closures. Below we provide, in the form of a downloadable document, instructive links and annotations to SHARIAsource and other Harvard resources, global online digital resources, and a robust "Digital Islamic Law Collection." For an enhanced browsing experience, … Continue reading A Field Guide to Digital Islamic Law Resources

Maxim Romanov on “Digital Humanities for Premodern Islamic History”

In a recent post on "al-Raqmiyyāt," Maxim Romanov of the Universitätsassistent für Digital Humanities at the Institut für Geschichte offers an analysis of the overall volume of text reuse in the medieval Syrian historian Ḏhahabī’s Taʾrīkḫ al-Islām (History of Islam). In his post, Romanov notes how computational methods on digital texts allow scholars to discover connections … Continue reading Maxim Romanov on “Digital Humanities for Premodern Islamic History”