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Silent No More: Decolonizing the History of Algerian Women through Text Mining & Network Analysis

Posted in Digital Humanities, News and Notes, and Research

This text mining and network analysis project demonstrates the ways in which women were central to the creation and maintenance of the socio-political networks that held together the tenuous bonds of the Constantinois society and government.

By the Numbers: Constantine Governors in Ottoman Algeria, 1567-1837

Posted in Research

How did the Ottomans hold their empire together? 1800 miles separate Algiers and Istanbul (Constantinople on the map above). How did power flow from the center to the peripheries and back? Who exercised power and influence? How? The Ottoman Empire has long held a fascination for scholars, but only recently…