The Jewish Studies Digital Humanities Showcase
The EAJS Digital Forum exists to supports scholars and digital initiatives. It seeks to foster teaching and training as well as methodological reflection and debate, and, in doing so, aims to facilitate productive links between Jewish Studies and the Digital Humanities. As part of this programme, the Digital Forum will be showcasing projects of interest to the membership via the EAJS newsflash and website.
The following reports were published originally in the EAJS newsflash.
1: The Prenumeranten Project: Digitizing Pre-Subscriber Lists. Elli Fischer, University of Haifa/University of Wroclaw. May 2020. Link for Report
2: MEDIATE: The Circulation of Books and Ideas in Eighteenth-Century Europe. Anna E. de Wilde, Radboud University Nijmegen. June/July 2020. Link for Report
3: Minhag Italia: Variations of Jewishness in the nineteenth century as reflected in Italian prayer books; A digital analysis. Dr. Alessandro Grazi, Leibniz Institute of European History, Mainz (Department of History of Religion). August 2020. Link for Report
4: PEACE: A Portal of Epigraphy, Archaeology, Conservation and Education on Jewish Funerary Culture. Ortal-Paz Saar, Utrecht University, Netherlands. November 2020. Link for Report
5: The Other Within: Iconographic Representations of the Self and the Other in the Haggadah (1350-1950). Débora Marques de Matos, Institute for Jewish Studies/University of Münster. December 2020. Link for Report
6: DICTA: The Israel Center for Text Analysis. Dr. Avi Shmidman, Senior Lecturer, Bar-Ilan University; Senior Researcher, DICTA. January 2021. Link for Report
7: eScriptorium. Professor Daniel Stoekl. Professor Daniel Stoekl, Directeur d’Etudes at the EPHE. December 2021. Link for Report
8: Epidat. Thomas Kollatz, Digital Academy, Mainz. January 2022. Link for Report
9. Footprints in Frankfurt: Tracing the Circulation of Early Hebrew Books. Dr Kerstin von der Krone, Head of Judaica Division, University Library Frankfurt am Main. Link for Report
10. Dutch Elite Jews, the Dutch Biography Portal and Nodegoat. Sietske van der Veen, PhD Candidate, the Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands and Utrecht University. Link for Report