Introduction to “Digital Humanities in Ancient Jewish, Christian and Arabic Traditions”

Claire Clivaz

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This introduction presents the special JRMDC number focused on Digital Humanities in Ancient Jewish, Christian and Arabic Traditions. The first part draws general issues in the field, then the second part shows general DH debates present in the eight articles of the volume.

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religion; digital humanities; ancient Judaism and Christianity

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