Digital humanities and research methods in religious studies : an introduction / edited by Christopher D. Cantwell and Kristian Petersen.

  • Berlin : De Gruyter, [2021]
  • ©2021
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"This volume provides practical, but provocative, case studies of exemplary projects that apply digital technology or methods to the study of religion. An introduction and 16 essays are organized by the kinds of sources digital humanities scholars use – texts, images, and places – with a final section on the professional and pedagogical issues digital scholarship raises for the study of religion."-- Publisher description.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
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Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 15, 2021).
  • Digital tools for Buddhist studies / Marcus Bingenheimer
  • The making of America's Public Bible: computational text analysis for religious history / Lincoln A. Mullen
  • Network analysis of religious texts. Case studies on ancient Egyptian and Indian religion / Frederik Elwert
  • Digital approaches to studying authorial style and monastic subjectivity in early Christian Egypt / Rebecca Krawiec and Caroline T. Schroeder
  • Synthesizing image and text in the life of the Buddha / Andrew Quintman and Kurtis R. Schaeffer
  • Materializing the Bible: a digital scholarship project from the anthropology of religion / James S. Bielo and Claire Vaughn
  • Collaboration and access in the study of material and visual cultures of religion / Emily C. Floyd and Sally M. Promey
  • Scaling religious practice from landscape to artifact: digital approaches to ancient Cyprus / Erin Walcek Averett and Derek B. Counts
  • Sacred centers in India: archiving temples and images of a Hindu city / Abhishek Amar
  • Developing a database of religions in contemporary China / J.E.E. Pettit, Fenggang Yang, Yuqian Huang
  • From Ararat to Kimberley: activating imaginary Jewish homelands with augmented and virtual reality / Louis Kaplan and Melissa Shiff
  • Mapping anti-Muslim hostility and its effects / Caleb Elfenbein, Farah Bakaari, Julia Schafer
  • Critique and community: podcasting religious studies / Christopher R. Cotter and David G. Robertson
  • Public pedagogy: MOOCs and their revolutionary discontents / S. Brent Plate
  • Building social sites of collaborative research: a case study of the Network for New Media, Religion, and Digital Culture Studies / Wendi Bellar and Heidi A. Campbell
  • Learning to code: digital pebbles and institutional ripples / Russell T. McCutcheon.
  • 9783110573022 (electronic book)
  • 3110573024 (electronic book)
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