al-Raqmiyyāt: Digital Islamic History


Reading Traditional Sources with Nontraditional Methods

Arabographic Optical Character Recognition (OCR): Important New Developments @ Leipzig U


Creating Frequency-Based Readers for Classical Arabic: DH methods in a language classroom


Chronological Coverage of an Arabic Corpus: An Experiment with Date Statements


Introducing mARkdown: Tagging Arabic Historical Texts


Distant Reading & the Islamic Archive: A Symposium @ Brown University


A DH Exercise: Mapping the Greco-Roman World


BetaCode for Arabic


al-Thurayyā Gazetteer, Ver. 02


Islamic Urban Centers (661–1300 CE)


al-Thurayyā Gazetteer: An Islamic Supplement to Pleiades


Written by Maxim Romanov

Research fellow (PhD in Near Eastern Studies, U of Michigan, 2013) at the Humboldt Chair for Digital Humanities [Institut für Informatik], University of Leipzig. He studies Islamic historical texts with computational methods, currently focusing on the analysis of multivolume biographical and bibliographical collections.