Digital Humanities in Ancient Jewish, Christian and Arabic Traditions

Digital Humanities in Ancient Jewish, Christian and Arabic Traditions May 16, 2016

Don’t miss the special issue of the Journal of Religion, Media, and Digital Culture focused on ancient Jewish, Christian, and Arabic literature. It includes articles such as Carrie Schroeder’s on “Digital Humanities as Cultural Capital,” as well as an introduction by Claire Clivaz.

Want still more open access scholarship. Be sure to follow the Ancient World Online blog.  Just in the past few days, they’ve shared or highlighted a comprehensive list of JSTOR’s holdings about the ancient world, a list of Classics and other ancient world wikis, and the open access monograph series International Voices in Biblical Studies.

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