Digital Humanities and Research Methods in Religious Studies
Edited by Christopher D. Cantwell and Kristian Petersen
IDH Religion provides a series of short introductions to specific areas of study at the intersections of digital humanities and religion, offering an overview of current methodologies, techniques, tools, and projects as well as defining challenges and opportunities for further research. This volume provides practical, but provocative case studies of exemplary projects that apply digital technology or methods to the study of religion. The articles are organized by the kinds of sources digital humanities scholars use – texts, images, places, and sounds – with a final section on the professional and pedagogical issues digital scholarship raises for the study of religion.