Editors' Choice: Dating Problems? Ask the Princeton Geniza Project Team

By: Marina Rustow

At the Center for Digital Humanities, we are committed to diversifying DH by working in many languages. This summer, we wrapped up work on the Princeton Ethiopian Miracles of Mary Project, which features miracle stories written in Gəˁəz, or Classical Ethiopic. Starting in spring 2021, the CDH will host a series of workshops, supported by…

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Editors' Choice: How we used math to explore racial segregation in Pennsylvania public school…

By: Charlie Du, Tati Kong, Steven Tang and Zoe Shleifer

American life is based on American thought. American thought is based on American values. And American values have a foundation in the public school system. So what happens when the American public school system is flawed? Although the “separate but equal” school system was deemed unconstitutional in the 1954 ruling Brown v. Board of Education,…

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Editors' Choice: Social Scientific Applications of Historical GIS

By: Emre Amasyali

In a previous piece in the Digital Orientalist, Giulia Buriola went over geo-referencing examples in QGIS. Here I would like to introduce readers to another common geographic analysis software they might encounter on the market: ArcGIS, and show how this software might be applied to social scientific historical research. Readers may be familiar with this…

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Editors' Choice: Social Media and the Distribution of Knowledge about Missing Syriac Manuscripts

By: Ephrem A. Ishac

A few months ago, I noticed a plethora of posts on social media about the discovery of the hidden library of a former ISIS member who had stolen dozens of Syriac manuscripts from Churches and hidden them in the kitchen of his house in the city of Mosul, Iraq. This discovery and reactions to it…

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Digital Humanities Now will be taking a short break until June. This semester has been unlike any other, but we hope that DHNow has continued to be a useful resource as we navigate online teaching and learning, virtual conferences, working and researching from home, and broader changes and uncertainty in academia and beyond. A big thank…

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