Two blogposts on NI Hackathon Analyzing Religious Language in Social Media in the Age of Restrictions

On 26 and 27 October 2023 the Network Institute Research Visit project “Live-mapping Religious Difference Online: the interplay of Digital Society, religious texts mediated online, and live-mapping” of the Eep TAlstar Centre for Bible and Computer (ETCBC) organized two hackathons on the analysis of reliigious language in social media in the age of restrictions. Two blogposts have been published reporting on these two hackathons:

Fan Li: Ethically Text-Mining social media: Bridging Innovation, Responsibility, and Collaboration

Johannes Fröh: When Religion Meets Technology: A Dive into Day 2 of the Hackathon “Live-mapping Religious Difference Online” 

Thanks to Willem van Peursen for flagging this!