Verschlagwortet: digital humanities

How to write with your Blog and through your Blog

Writer’s block is a common experience among academics and other writers alike, let alone students. I have suffered from it numerous times while preparing—and I still am—my book proposal and the corresponding manuscript. And I experienced this blog as much a distraction from doing those more important things as an aide to progressing with those things. And today I will just relate some of those experiences and how one can use a blog to one’s advantage in writing, especially when long-term projects are concerned. … Continue reading How to write with your Blog and through your Blog

Creating a Workflow for Workflows? Ein Experiment mit dem Standardization Survival Kit

von Alexander Buerstedde (Münster), Friederike Odenwald (Frankfurt am Main) und Elena Suárez Cronauer (Mainz) Unter dem Titel »Autobiographische Quellen aus Kriegen digital untersuchen« hat die diesjährige Digital Humanities Master Class des Deutschen Historischen Instituts…

The Princeton ijāzas

Over the last year, Ibn Ṭūlūn’s documentation of teaching has repeatedly been addressed here. According to my own plan, this will be the last post on this issue for the foreseeable future. Thus, I would like to use this post to talk about some more general characteristics of these documentary texts. Once before, the difference between ijāzas and samāʿāt in this corpus has been discussed (Link). Now it is finally time to give the ijāzas a more structured treatment as the samāʿāt received back then. … Continue reading The Princeton ijāzas

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