Specific DH technologies, tools and methods in Ottoman Studies will be examined and assigned and students will operate and present projects based on these technologies, tools and methods.
Attendance (max. 3 times missing) and participation in the class as well as timely completion of the project assignment.
The final grade consists of two parts:
1) 50% participation
2) 50% project
The topic of the projects must comprise at least one of the following areas; textual analysis, network analysis, spatial analysis.
There will be at least 3 works (book, book chapter, article, blog article or directly a DH project itself) assigned each week in connection with the lecture topic, which will be made available on the course Moodle.
Lit, Lambertus Willem Cornelis van. Among Digitized Manuscripts: Philology, Codicology, Paleography in a Digital World. Leiden: Boston: Brill, 2020.
Mujadzevic, D. Digital Historical Research on Southeast Europe and the Ottoman Space. Berlin, Germany: Peter Lang Verlag, 2020.
Muhanna, Elias. The Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2016.
Gratien Chris, Michal Polcyński, and Nir Shafir, “Digital Frontiers of Ottoman Studies”, Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association 1:1-2 (2014): 37-51.
Aladağ, F. "Dijital Beşerî Bilimler ve Türkiye Araştırmaları: Bir Literatür Değerlendirmesi". Türkiye Araştırmaları Literatür Dergisi 18 (2020 ): 773-796.
Rockwell, Geoffrey, "What is Text Analysis, Really?" Literary and Linguistic Computing 18:2 (2003): 209-219.