Digital Humanities in Biblical, Early Jewish and Early Christian Studies

Editors: Clivaz, Claire, Gregory andrew and Hamidovic, David
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Brill

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ISBN: 978-9-00-426432-8
Category: Religion & Theology
Image Count: 33
Book Status: Available
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In this text, contributors attest to the emergence of a conscious recognition of something new in the way that we may now study ancient writings, and the possibilities that this new awareness raises.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Contributors
  • List of Abstracts
  • Preface - Claire Clivaz, Andrew Gregory and David Hamidović
  • Introduction: Digital Humanities in Biblical, Early Jewish and Early Christian Studies - Claire Clivaz
  • The Leon Levy Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Library. The Digitization Project of the Dead Sea Scrolls - Pnina Shor
  • Dead Sea Scrolls inside Digital Humanities. A Sample - David Hamidović
  • The Electronic Scriptorium: Markup for New Testament Manuscripts - H.A.G. Houghton
  • Digital Arabic Gospels Corpus - Elie Dannaoui
  • The Role of the Internet in New Testament Textual Criticism: The Example of the Arabic Manuscripts of the New Testament - Sara Schulthess
  • The Falasha Memories Project. Digitalization of the Manuscript BNF Ethiopien d'Abbadie 107 - Charlotte Touati
  • The Seventy and Their 21st-Century Heirs. The Prospects for Digital Septuagint Research - Juan Garcés
  • Digital Approaches to the Study of Ancient Monotheism - Ory Amitay
  • Internet Networks and Academic Research: The Example of New Testament Textual Criticism - Claire Clivaz
  • New Ways of Searching with Biblindex, the Online Index of Biblical Quotations in Early Christian Literature - Laurence Mellerin
  • Aspects of Polysemy in Biblical Greek. A Preliminary Study for a New Lexicographical Resource - Romina Vergari
  • Publishing Digitally at the University Press? A Reader's Perspective - Andrew Gregory
  • Does Biblical Studies Deserve to be an Open Source Discipline? - Russell Hobson