Finished Workshop “Visualizing ‘Ulamas’ Connectivities: Prospects and Challenges of Computational Analyses” (Feb.4)


Category: Workshop

Research Group: B01 State SystemsC01 Digital Humanities

C01″Digital Humanities” will hold a workshop with B01”Principles and State Systems of Islamic Community.” We will share the ways of machine-readable Arabic text creation and their problems and discuss how we can offer connectivity analyses through analyses of biographical dictionary.

Date: February 4th, 2021.

15:30 Opening Remarks

Presentation 1: Wakako Kumakura (ILCAA)
An Attempt to Create a Digital Text of 15th-century Biographical Dictionary “Daw’ al-Lāmi‘”

Presentation 2 Erina Ota-Tsukada (Keio University, ILCAA junior fellow)
“Negative” Connection reflected in al-Sakhāwī’s Biographical Descriptions

16:30-17:00 Discussion

Please use the form for pre-registration.
Participant registration will be closed at 15:00 of the day before.
The link to the virtual workshop will be sent to the participant by 12:00 of February 4th.

Coorganized by: Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A), “Connectivity Analyses by Digital Humanities Method”, 20H05830, Wakako Kumakura & “The Ideas of the Muslim Community and the Muslim States”, 20H05827, Nobuaki Kondo

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