Visualizing Religious Networks, Movements, and Communities : Building Moravian Lives
Contribution to Book
Digital Humanities and Christianity : an Introduction
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Tim Hutchings and Claire Clivaz
Introductions to digital humanities - Religion ; v. 4
Faull, Katherine, "Visualizing Religious Networks, Movements, and Communities : Building Moravian Lives" (2021). Faculty Contributions to Books. 255.
This volume provides the first comprehensive introduction to the intersections between Christianity and the digital humanities. DH is a well-established, fast-growing, multidisciplinary field producing computational applications and analytical models to enable new kinds of research. Scholars of Christianity were among the first pioneers to explore these possibilities, using digital approaches to transform the study of Christian texts, history and ideas, and innovative work is taking place today all over the world.
This volume aims to celebrate and continue that legacy by bringing together 15 of the most exciting contemporary projects, grouped into four categories. “Canon, corpus and manuscript” examines physical texts and collections. “Words and meanings” explores digital approaches to language and linguistics. “Digital history” uses digital techniques to explore the Christian past, and “Theology and pedagogy” engages with digital approaches to teaching, formation and Christian ideas.
This volume introduces key debates, shares exciting initiatives, and aims to encourage new innovations in analysis and communication. Christianity and the Digital Humanities is ideally suited as a starting point for students and researchers interested in this vast and complex field. -- https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110574043/html