Tag Archives: Middle East

Questions from the Field of Digital Islamic Humanities

The era of Big Data has left no industry unturned, even the rather insulated sector of academia.  In a catchall trend called Digital Humanities, centuries old texts and voluminous manuscripts – traditionally poured over by trained linguists, historians, religious studies … Continue reading

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Continental Comparisons: How Well Did We Really Fare in 2011?

On the evening of January 24th, 2012, as millions of Americans were glued to their television screens watching President Obama’s third State of the Union, another topic was on the mind of citizens in the Middle East: the one-year anniversary … Continue reading

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