In this week’s blog post, we interview Dr. Gino Canlas, a postdoctoral researcher with the Database of Religious History at the University of British Columbia. This project is an open access resource that offers a large-scale study of historical evidence and trends in religious experience from the Neolithic period to the present day. Dr. Canlas will be sharing his work on this project at our upcoming colloquium, “Presenting the Past: Responsible Engagement and Mediterranean History”.
Tag Archives: Digital Humanities
Blog Post #28: Human Stories with Girish Daswani
In our third instalment of the New Projects series, we interview Dr. Girish Daswani, founder of Human Stories, a digital humanities initiative that focuses on storytelling, rooted in anthropological discourse.