SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law: In "Legal Canons—In the Classroom and in the Courtroom or, Comparative Perspective on the Origins of Islamic Legal Canons, 1265–1519" (Villanova Law Review 66, no. … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup
From the organizers: Abstract: Digital humanities has become a prominent part of academic life in the course of the past two decades. Nonetheless, even digital humanists do not agree among … Continue reading Keynote Lecture: “Prospects of Middle Eastern Studies in the Context of Digital Humanities” by Maxim Romanov, IDHN, September 6, 2021 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
A roundup of this week's additions to the Field Guide to Digital Islamic Law Resources.
By Saqib Qureshi This post is part of the Digital Islamic Law Lab (DILL) series, in which a Harvard student analyzes a primary source of Islamic law, previously workshopped in the DIL … Continue reading Digital Gazetteer Spotlight: al-Ṯurayyā Project
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 … Continue reading Maxim Romanov on “Digital Humanities for Premodern Islamic History”
Preceding the annual Middle East Studies Association (MESA) conference in Boston, SHARIAsource sponsored and cosponsored three events on emerging digital research tools. Maxim Romanov, (Universität Leipzig) and his collaborative work … Continue reading IN SUMMARY:: New Tools for Digital Islamic Law