Posts tagged with "conferences"
Muhanna, Elias (ed.). Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies. Boston, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016; Grallert, Till. “Mapping Ottoman Damascus Through News Reports: A Practical Approach.” In Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies. Edited by Elias Muhanna. Boston, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2016: 175–98. ↩
Presentation at ‘Dangerous Classes’ conference in Oxford
On 26 January this year I had a chance to present a paper on food riots titled “Women in the streets! Urban food riots in late Ottoman Bilād al-Shām” at the conference “The ‘Dangerous Classes’ in the Middle East and North Africa” organised by Stephanie Cronin at St. Antony’s college, University of Oxford.continue reading ...
Essay published in edited volume ‘Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies’
After more than two years the proceedings of the conference “Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies” including my methodological essay on mapping newspaper discourses on the topography of late Ottoman Damascus have been published under the same title with de Gruyter. Elias Muhanna, who had organised the conference held between October 2013 at Brown University, did a great job as editor of the volume which is now available online and—ironically—in print for the substantial price of € 99.95 / USD 140.1 It comprises essays by Elias Muhanna, Travis Zadeh, Dagmar Riedel, Chip Rosetti, Nadia Yaqub, Maxim Romanov, Alex Bley, José Haro Peralta and Peter Verkinderen, Joel Blecher, Dwight F. Reynolds, and myself.
Presentation of Digital Muqtabas at conference ‘Books in Motion’ in Beirut
I was invited to present Digital Muqtabas at the conference “Books in Motion: Exploring concepts of mobility in cross-cultural studies of the book” organised by Sonja Mejcher-Atassi, Hala Auji and James Hodapp (all AUB) that took place at AUB and OIB between 5-7 May 2016. The beautiful conference poster-cum-programme is available as PDF.continue reading ...
Presentation of Digital Muqtabas at DiXiT Convention 2 in Cologne
I was invited to present Digital Muqtabas at DiXiT’s second convention on “Academia, Cultural Heritage, Society” that took place in Cologne between 14–18 March. The paper, titled: “The journal al-Muqtabas between Shamela.ws, HathiTrust, and GitHub: producing open, collaborative, and fully-referencable digital editions of early Arabic periodicals—with almost no funds”, was part of a panel on “Social Editing & Funding”, which I was lucky to share with Ray Siemens, who skyped in from Victoria, and Misha Misha Broughton.continue reading ...