Published July 24, 2023 | Version v1
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Revolution through Collaboration? An Attempt to familiarize "old guards" with DH

  • 1. Heidelberg University
  • 2. FEST Heidelberg


The authors discussed on the DH2023 in Graz the challenge of integrating Theology into the Digital Humanities (DH) and proposed a project called the Compendium Computational Theology. They aim to bridge the gap by demonstrating the practical applicability of DH methods in Theology, focusing on use cases, collaborative research, and discipline-specific approaches. The Compendium will consist of two volumes, engaging authors from both DH and Theology to explore potentials and limitations. They address concerns about terminology, emphasizing inclusivity and open access publication.


Nunn van Oorschot Compendium Computational Theology.pdf

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