List of C01 Digital Humanities Articles
Workshop “Connectivity Seen in Port Cities of India during the Early Modern Period” (Sep. 30)
A02 “Changes in the World of Islamic Thought and Knowledge” will hold a workshop “Development of Islamic Knowledge and Connectivity” with B01 “The Ideas of the Muslim Community and State Systems.”
Annoucement: Workshop “Islamic Economy in comparisons” (Aug. 31)
A01″Mobility and Universality in the Islamic Economy” will hold a workshop “Islamic Economy in comparisons” with C01 “Analyses of Connectivities by Digital Humanities Methods.” In this workshop, Ayumu KONASUKAWA, specializing in archeology in South Asia, will discusses the economy and society in the Pre-“State”/Pre-“Islamic” Period, taking that of Indus civilization as an example.
Workshop “Digital Humanities Summer Days 2021″（Aug. 21, 28, Sep. 4, 11）
“C01 “Analyses of Connectivities by Digital Humanities Methods” will hold a series of 4 week seminars for study of digital humanities methods. They are designed for beginners who would like to study digital humanities methods to introduce each method by themselves. Don’t you make the first step toward the world of digital humanities this summer?
For further information, please visit the event page.”
Workshop “Using Transkribus to explore networks in Islamicate societies: An introductory guide” (May.29)
C01 and B01 will hold a workshop “Using Transkribus to explore networks in Islamicate societies: An introductory guide” on May 29th, 2021.
Workshop “How to Describe Social Interactions as Structured Data?: Knowledge Graph for Primary Source Contents”
C01″Digital Humanities” and B01 “The Ideas of the Muslim Community and State Systems” will hold a workshop titled “How to Describe Social Interactions as Structured Data?: Knowledge Graph for Primary Source Contents.” This workshop will invite Mr. Jun OGAWA, majoring Ancient history of Europe as a presenter introducing how to describe and analyze human relationships stated in primary sources.
Workshop “The actual condition and practice of OCR for Arabic” (Mar.19)
C01 “Digital Humanities” and A01 “Mobility and Universality in the Islamic Economy” will hold a workshop titled “The actual condition and practice of OCR for Arabic.” This workshop will perceive the actual condition of OCR for Arabic and digitizing the texts brought by the participants with OCR. Finally, the workshop will explain what we can do by using digitized text.
Workshop “The ideas and prospects of “Historical Digital Globe” (GIS)” (Feb.15)
“Historical Digital Globe” is a GIS application which is designed and under development by Hiroshi Goto, a co-investigator of C01 for temporal and spatial visualization of transfer of people and things. This workshop introduces its pilot product whose implementation is requested to Esri Japan, the vender of ArcGIS, and have a discussion about the subject with the participants’ comments. We would like to have a brainstorming discussion also about what data the participants have and whether we can visualize them.
Workshop “Visualizing ‘Ulamas’ Connectivities: Prospects and Challenges of Computational Analyses” (Feb.4)
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.
Field Science Colloquium “Present and Future of Historical Big Data Research” (Jan.22)
Field Science Colloquium “Present and Future of Historical Big Data Research” will be held by Field Science Center (FSC), ROIS-DS Center for Open Data in the Humanities / National Institute of Informatics, and C01 “Digital Humanities”.