Author Archives: The Digital Orientalist

Open Call for Editors

The Digital Orientalist is seeking to expand and as such we are eagerly looking for several new editors for the new academic year from the following (or related) fields: Chinese Studies/Sinology. Indian Studies. Central Asian Studies or Mongolian Studies. Korean Studies.

Open Call for Editors

The Digital Orientalist is seeking to expand and as such we are eagerly looking for several new editors for the new academic year from the following (or related) fields: Chinese Studies/Sinology. Indian Studies. Central Asian Studies or Mongolian Studies. Korean Studies.

Have a Great Summer

The Digital Orientalist will go into summer recess for July and August. Still need to scratch your DH itch? You might want to keep an eye on the DH2019 conference next week. A big thanks to all of you, our

Have a Great Summer

The Digital Orientalist will go into summer recess for July and August. Still need to scratch your DH itch? You might want to keep an eye on the DH2019 conference next week. A big thanks to all of you, our

On books and electricity

This guest-post comes from Louise Gallorini (American University of Beirut) and reflects on the value of holding an actual, physical, paper book in your hands. Digitization is not always the solution, as Louise reminds us! You can visit her English

On books and electricity

This guest-post comes from Louise Gallorini (American University of Beirut) and reflects on the value of holding an actual, physical, paper book in your hands. Digitization is not always the solution, as Louise reminds us! You can visit her English

Announcing a Handbook for DH and Manuscript Studies

Millions of documents have been scanned and stored as images of pages. Now what? For the past 1,5 years I have been writing about this exact question. In a nutshell, I am preparing a handbook for bringing together Digital Humanities and

Announcing a Handbook for DH and Manuscript Studies

Millions of documents have been scanned and stored as images of pages. Now what? For the past 1,5 years I have been writing about this exact question. In a nutshell, I am preparing a handbook for bringing together Digital Humanities and

A new year, a new team

This year, The Digital Orientalist will come to life as it never has done before. It will no longer be one man’s blog, but a website run by a team of six people, bringing you new content (almost) every week.

A new year, a new team

This year, The Digital Orientalist will come to life as it never has done before. It will no longer be one man’s blog, but a website run by a team of six people, bringing you new content (almost) every week.

Apps for Learning Cursive Japanese

By James Harry Morris Learning how to read cursive Japanese script (or alternatively cursive Chinese script) is one of the most difficult tasks that I have faced as a scholar of East Asian history. Even now it is a skill

Apps for Learning Cursive Japanese

By James Harry Morris Learning how to read cursive Japanese script (or alternatively cursive Chinese script) is one of the most difficult tasks that I have faced as a scholar of East Asian history. Even now it is a skill

Social Media Manager Needed!

Are you good with social media and do you know a fair few things about Digital Humanities? Or are you eager to learn about those things? Come and join The Digital Orientalist as its dedicated social media manager! You will be volunteering

Social Media Manager Needed!

Are you good with social media and do you know a fair few things about Digital Humanities? Or are you eager to learn about those things? Come and join The Digital Orientalist as its dedicated social media manager! You will be volunteering