al-Raqmiyyāt: Digital Islamic History


Reading Traditional Sources with Nontraditional Methods


Please, use the latest version at https://alraqmiyyat.github.io/


Computational Reading of Arabic Biographical Collections: Dissertation online @ U of Michigan


Toward Abstract Models for Islamic History


Digital Humanities + Islamic & Middle East Studies: Webcast of the Event @ Brown University


Prospects of Computational Reading


Digital Humanities in Middle East Studies: (at MESA, New Orleans, October 11)


50 Seconds of Islamic History, v.2.x


The Encyclopaedia of Arabic Poetry: developed by Cultural Foundation, Abu Dhabi


Islamic World, 661-1300 CE


Python Functions for Arabic




Please, use the latest version at https://alraqmiyyat.github.io/


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.