Qur'an Digital Humanities Crowdsourcing Project
Digital Humanities Committee Seed Grant, Seton Hall University
This project will bring to light some of the textual and calligraphic aspects of a 1698 manuscript of the Qur'an owned by Seton Hall University. The main objective of the project is to decipher the Arabic marginalia through crowdsourcing, to compose a narrative of the journey that this Qur'an made from its initial ownership by a student at Princeton University in 1893, to its arrival at Seton Hall University, and ultimately, through this project, to make the manuscript available to our students and scholars worldwide.
Yacoubi, Youssef, "Qur'an Digital Humanities Crowdsourcing Project" (2017). Digital Humanities. 25.
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