The Digital Islamic Humanities Project at Brown University is accepting applications for the Textual Corpora and the Digital Islamic Humanities workshop, to take place October 17-18, 2014.
The workshop “will comprise a series of introductory sessions on various digital tools and methodologies (e.g. geo-referencing, text encoding and processing, graph visualization, and other topics) aimed to provide scholars of the Islamic world with an orientation to the valuable research possibilities afforded by these tools.”
Faculty members, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students in diverse disciplines are encouraged to apply. Participants must pay for their own travel expenses, but limited funding may be available to cover hotel accommodations. To apply, email a statement of interest and CV to email@example.com by May 15, 2014.
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