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Digital Tools for Theology and Religion  

A guide to resources and readings regarding digital scholarship with applications in theology and religion.
Last Updated: Jul 5, 2012 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Tools and Readings

  • Digital Research Tools Wiki
    A collection of digital tool resources. Select what you'd like to do, and then link directly to tool reviews and options for doing it. You can also become a member to add tools or reviews of software you've tried.
  • A Companion to Digital Humanities
    Online text of the guide published by Blackwell in 2004. Chapters provide overviews of areas in digital humanities, including principles, applications, and production.

Scholars' Lab Blog (UVa)

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Emory Resources

Emory's Digital Scholarship Commons -- Check this site to find information about news and events related to Digital Scholarship at Emory

Emory also offers a Digital Scholarship and Media Studies Certificate for graduate students.

Journals in Digital Scholarship


The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) provides information on journals, book series, awards, conferences, and more in the area of digital humanities.

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Digital Scholarship Blogs

  • Stefan Sinclair's Blog
    Associate Professor of Multimedia at McMaster University, interested in text analysis.
  • Geoffrey Rockwell's Blog
    Associate Professor of Humanities Computing and Multimedia in the School of the Arts at McMaster University, with a PhD in Philosophy. His interests include textual visualization and analysis, computer gaming, and multimedia.
  • Melissa Terras' Blog
    Senior Lecturer in Electronic Communication in the School of Library, Archive, and Information Studies at University College London. She is interested in computational techniques in the humanities that allow otherwise impossible types of research.

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