My interests include intersections between humanities and comptuter science. It covers both the history of computer science and direct software development for research in digital humanities. Interactive tools in this section are aimed to facilitate learning, research, and teaching history of philosophy, religion, and esotericism.
Use Beta Code and get an equivalent Greek text as an output. Supports diacritics.
A collection of timelines of the history of religion, philosophy, and esotericism that might be helpful for students and scholars.
A Companion to Al-Kindi
A set of tools for readers of De Radiis, one of the key primary sources in the history of magic. The tools include a Latin lookup module and statistical data about the text.