Although the digital humanities is one of the crucial components of the EvT project, so far I did not have an occasion to elaborate on this aspect. Fortunately, a couple of days ago my new paper was published. The text is titled The Application of Digital Humanities in Intercultural Studies on the Example of the Project Elyonim veTachtonim and this is a result of presentation and discussions which unfolded during a seminar on intercultural studies I participated in back in 2021. The paper contains an outline of the essential tenets of the digital humanities and summarizes the way these were deployed in various endeavors conducted within the framework of EvT.
While the main purpose of the text was to focus on the digital humanities, this was also a great opportunity to review and refresh the general principles of the EvT. Here I present the theoretical and methodological structure of the project in toto in what (I hope) is a lucid division into components and modules. So if you are interested in the project's background, head over to the Legacy section and have a look.