Digital Islamic Law Lab :: Textual AnalysisPosted on April 10, 2019
Open to CS students, law, and graduate students, and anyone interested in combining digital humanities with research in Islamic law. Monthly meetings will provide time to workshop, test, and improve tools that participants will work on in the month prior to meeting for collective discussion throughout the semester. The Lab is advised by Harvard faculty and MIT data scientists, and provides an opportunity for participants to develop 3 new digital tools for the community of Islamic law scholars, to be published on the SHARIAsource portal. 1 course credit available to students, by application.