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In all humanities disciplines, scholars find themselves confronted with the rapidly increasing availability of digital resources (data), new technologies to interrogate and analyze them (tools), and the question of how to critically engage with these developments. The socalled digital turn has opened up new avenues for humanities research and the field of Jewish Studies is no exception. This volume discusses how the digital turn has affected the field of Jewish Studies, explores the current state of the art and probes how digital developments can be harnessed to address the specific questions, challenges and problems in the field.
The articles in this volume were originally presented at the international conference #DHJewish - Jewish Studies in the Digital Age, which was organised at the Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH) at University of Luxembourg in January 2021. The first big international conference of its kind, it brought together more than sixty scholars and heritage practitioners to discuss how the digital turn affects the field of Jewish Studies.
Michelle Chesner, New York; Amalia S. Levi, Barbados; Daniel Stoekl Ben Ezra, Paris; Miriam Rürup, Potsdam; Gerben Zaagsma, Luxembourg.
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