Edited By Dino Mujadzevic
As digital humanities in recent years have been taking roots in major international research centers, this edited volume consisting of ten papers including the introduction seeks to examine the current state of the digital/data-driven research in history and neighboring disciplines dealing with Southeast Europe as well as with the Ottoman Empire and to give an interdisciplinary impetus by bringing together international scholars working with various digital approaches. The included papers give a broad introduction into the field and follow various methods of digital analysis and visualization incorporating approaches like corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis,GIS (Geographic Information Systems), agent-based modelling, computationalstatistics etc.
Notes on the Contributors
Notes on the Contributors
Himmet Murat Güvenç is a Professor at Kadir Has University in Istanbul and Director of Istanbul Studies Center. His research focuses on urbanism and Turkish urban history. He is the author of Tracing Istanbul (2009) and Emlak Bankası: 1926-1998 (2000).
Mustafa Erdem Kabadayı is currently an Associate Professor at Koç University in Istanbul. His research interests include data analysis and the economic and social history of the late Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey. He is the principal investigator within the ERC-project Industrialisation and Urban Growth from the mid-nineteenth century Ottoman Empire to Contemporary Turkey in a Comparative Perspective, 1850-2000, based at Koç University. He is the co-editor of Popular Protest and Political Participation in the Ottoman Empire. Studies in Honor of Suraiya Faroqhi (2011) and Unfreie Arbeit. Ökonomische und kulturgeschichtliche Perspektiven (2007).
Dr. Pınar Duygulu-Şahin is a member of faculty at Bilkent University in Ankara (Computer Engineering). She is co-director of RETINA Vision and Learning Group. Her research focuses on computer vision and multimedia data mining.
Dr. Elma Korić, (University of Sarajevo) is a senior researcher at the Oriental Institute (University of Sarajevo). Her research interests include Bosnian history under the Ottomans and historical GIS. She is the author of Životni put prvog beglerbega Bosne: Ferhad-paša Sokolović (1530-1590) (2015).
Dr. Dino Mujadžević is a researcher at the Humboldt University Berlin. His research focuses include the history of the Ottoman Balkans, Socialist Yugoslavia, contemporary Islam in...
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