A conversation about digital humanities in Byzantine research, with Kuba Kabala. How did digital humanities emerge from traditional (analog) modes of research? What new approaches do they enable? What new findings do they make possible?
Kuba Kabala is Assistant Professor of History and Digital Studies at Davidson College. Click here to view his college webpage.
Some of the digital resources mentioned in this episode include:
Byzantium & Friends is hosted by Anthony Kaldellis, Professor and Chair of the Department of Classics at The Ohio State University. You can follow him on his personal website.
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Top Image: Detail from a Byzantine manuscript, 13th century – MS. LUDWIG II 5 (Getty museum) / Google Art Project