Digital Humanities Projects

Archaeological Artifacts 3D Display Prototype

Cue Indiana Jones music! Seriously, who wouldn’t want to spend time at a real archaeological dig, finding remnants of objects that have been buried for hundreds or thousands of years. We certainly do. That’s why we were thrilled beyond pottery…

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Frankenstein Variorum

Sometimes the job of the Digital Humanist is to re-animate and invigorate something that appears lifeless. That’s what a team of researchers and editors hope to do by creating the Frankenstein Variorium in honor of the 200th anniversary of Mary…

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Onomasticon from the Iron II Southern Levant

Onomasticon may sound like an obscure Jeopardy category, but it’s actually a pretty common phrase in the world of Digital Humanities. An Onomasticon is a list of names or words in a specialized field sorted in a logical way other…

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Scripta Qumranica – The Dead Sea Scrolls Project

The Dead Sea Scrolls aren’t dead to us! Or to anyone else passionate about biblical archaeology. Since being discovered in a series of caves near the Dead Sea in 1946, these fragile bits of papyrus containing fragments of the bible…

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Archaeological Artifact Database

One of our favorite things at The Research Software Company is making things that are really old, accessible in ways that are really new. That’s why we were especially excited to help Leore Grossman  of The Hebrew University in  Jerusalem develop…

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Early 1900’s Hebrew Corpus

Working with Aynat Rubinstein, of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, we organized a corpus of early 1900’s texts and integrated them with research tools. The corpus consists of plain text files as well as TEI documents. Organization involved transforming the…

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