Sinopse

Conversations, discussions, and interviews related to the evolving field of digital humanities from the perspective of East Asian studies.

Episódios

  • Podcast 8: Paul Vierthaler on text analysis and stylometry

    Podcast 8: Paul Vierthaler on text analysis and stylometry

    10/06/2017 Duração: 44min

    This episode is an interview with Paul Vierthaler on how he has used text mining and analysis with large corpora of pre-modern Chinese literature. Paul discusses how and why he learned how to code – while in the middle of … Continue reading →

  • Podcast 7: Ruth Mostern on digital mapping and spatial histories

    Podcast 7: Ruth Mostern on digital mapping and spatial histories

    03/06/2017 Duração: 01h08min

    In this episode, Ruth Mostern reflects on graduate training – including her own and various influences – and her earlier projects related to Song dynasty gazetteers. She then discusses her more recent work on large-scale and long-term spatial histories, including … Continue reading →

  • Podcast 6: Tom Mullaney on DH Asia

    Podcast 6: Tom Mullaney on DH Asia

    21/02/2017 Duração: 45min

    In this podcast, Tom Mullaney tells us about the DH Asia program at Stanford, including its origins as an idea and its potential future(s), format, and how it encourages anyone interested in or curious about DH to participate. After reflecting … Continue reading →

  • Podcast 5: DH  Teaching East Asia, with Susan Fernsebner

    Podcast 5: DH & Teaching East Asia, with Susan Fernsebner

    12/12/2016 Duração: 58min

    In this episode, the usual hosts welcome Susan Fernsebner for a broader discussion about digital humanities and teaching. We reminisce about what has worked well in the classroom, what needs some tweaking, “experiments” using digital methods, and how teaching itself … Continue reading →

  • Podcast 4: Javier Cha on network visualization, data sets, and DH in South Korea

    Podcast 4: Javier Cha on network visualization, data sets, and DH in South Korea

    07/11/2016 Duração: 50min

    In this episode, we interview Javier Cha on how network visualization has helped him conceptualize his work on marriage networks in pre-modern Korean history. We also discuss more broadly network analysis and visualization tools, data sets as long-term historical sources, … Continue reading →

  • Podcast 3: Hilde De Weerdt on MARKUS

    Podcast 3: Hilde De Weerdt on MARKUS

    31/07/2016 Duração: 42min

    In this episode, we interview Hilde De Weerdt, Professor of Chinese History at Leiden University, about MARKUS, an online text markup tool developed as part of the European Research Council funded project “Communication and Empire: Chinese Empires in Comparative Perspective.” … Continue reading →

  • Podcast 2: That anti-DH LARB article

    Podcast 2: That anti-DH LARB article

    20/06/2016 Duração: 52min

    **Apologies for a few tiny audio glitches in this episode – we’re still working on perfecting our audio setup.** In this podcast we discuss the article published in the Los Angeles Review of Books in May 2016 that criticized the … Continue reading →

  • Podcast 1: Introductions  The Gail Project

    Podcast 1: Introductions & The Gail Project

    14/06/2016 Duração: 49min

    Welcome to the Digital Humanities in East Asian studies podcast. In this inaugural podcast we provide a short introduction to our rationale and the hosts. We then turn to Alan Christy for an introduction to The Gail Project. The Gail Project on Twitter: The … Continue reading →

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