Workshop: Library Resources for (Remote) Research in Islamic Studies


About The Event

Date: September 18, 2020 @ 2:30pm to 4:30pm

Venue: Online via Zoom

Presenters: Sarah DeMott, Middle East Liaison and Research Librarian, Lamont Library and Emily Coolidge Toker, Learning Technology Specialist, Middle East and Linguistics Liaison, Lamont Library

The Research Methods in Islamic Studies Workshop is a bi-annual workshop that engages graduate students and faculty active in the field of Islamic Studies around current methodological questions. Where Islamic Studies is informed by, intervenes in, and adds to cognate disciplines such as Anthropology, Area Studies, History, Art History, Near Eastern Studies, and Religion Studies, this is an especially productive undertaking.

The workshop showcases novel and established methods and draws special attention to the burgeoning potential of the Digital Humanities. Besides offering intellectual and logistical support, the workshop connects researchers to the various libraries, research institutes and other services at Harvard (and beyond) with the aim of fostering research opportunities and collaboration.

Topics will include:

• Library Resources for Islamic Studies at Harvard
• Library Resources during the Pandemic and Digital Support
• Searching in Hollis
• Hollis Images, Archives, and Databases
• Hollodeck and other Media

Source: Harvard University

  • Cost: Free
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