Monday, December 30, 2019

Open Theology: Digital Humanities in Biblical Studies and Theology

The latest issue of Open Theology journal is entitled “Digital Humanities in Biblical Studies and Theology” and was edited by Claire Clivaz and Garrick Allen. You can find the articles listed below online here.
  • The Digital Humanities in Biblical Studies and Theology (editorial)
    Clivaz, Claire / Allen, Garrick V.Defining Digital Theology: Digital 
  • Humanities, Digital Religion and the Particular Work of the CODEC Research Centre and Network
    Phillips, Peter / Schiefelbein-Guerrero, Kyle / Kurlberg, Jonas
  • Embedded, not Plugged-In: Digital Humanities and Fair Participation in Systematic Theological Research
    Robinson, Matthew Ryan
  • Truth Communication in Times of Digital Abundance: A Practical Theological Perspective
    Schlag, Thomas
  • New Digital Tools for a New Critical Edition of the Hebrew Bible
    Yardney, Sarah / Schloen, Sandra R. / Prosser, Miller
  • Digital Tools for Working with New Testament Manuscripts
    Allen, Garrick V.
  • The Impact of Digital Research: Thinking about the MARK16 Project
    Clivaz, Claire
  • Digital Palimpsests: Mark in Trinity College Cambridge MS. O.9.27
    Batovici, Dan
  • The Bible in Arabic: Digital Resources and Future Challenges
    Schulthess, Sara
  • Structural Visualization of Manuscripts (StruViMan): Principles, Methods, Prospects
    Dirkse, Saskia / Andrist, Patrick / Wallraff, Martin
  • Spatial Analysis of New Testament Textual Emendations Utilizing Confusion Distances
    van Altena, Vincent / Krans, Jan / Bakker, Henk / Dukai, Balázs / Stoter, Jantien
  • Presentation of the Center for the Study of New Testament Manuscripts: Bridging the Gap between Ancient Manuscripts and Modern Technology
    Ladewig, Stratton L. / Marcello, Robert D.

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