I’m the managing editor of the Database of Religious Studies and as a Digital Humanities based RS project, I’d love to get some feedback/opinions on how we’re managing to work with religious studies in a digital world. The project has been around for a few years now, and we’re trying to grow our scope in terms of the data available to us. We’re hoping that it will become a useful resources both as a reference and a tool to test hypotheses about pre-modern religion.
I’m happy to answer questions, or field queries.
All the best,
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