Our 2023 conference on Sustainability in the DH will take place on June 3rd, 2023. This year, we bring together … Continue reading Digital Orientalist’s 2023 Conference: Sustainability in the DH
A quick API solution for a Chinese text classification task– and its limitations. This is a guest post by Tilman … Continue reading Can I automate the boring stuff with ChatGPT?
This is a guest post by Laurent Van Cutsem (Ghent University). Part II: The Database of Medieval Chinese Texts: A Critical … Continue reading The Database of Medieval Chinese Texts: A Critical Overview (part two)
This is a guest post by Sarah Blake LaRose. As a scholar of biblical studies who is blind, I often … Continue reading Accessibility of Texts and Tools in Ancient Studies: Reframing the Discussion
This is a guest post by Laurent Van Cutsem (Ghent University). Part 2 can be read here. Part I: The … Continue reading The Database of Medieval Chinese Texts: A Critical Overview (part one)
This is guest post by Mark Boersma. Recently I came across a website of a project on manuscripts from Southeast … Continue reading DREAMSEA
This is a gust post by Joanne Bernardi This post introduces readers to Re-Envisioning Japan: Japan as Destination in 20th … Continue reading The Multidisciplinary DH Classroom: Material Culture meets Digital Curation in Re-Envisioning Japan
This guest contribution is written by Anna Oskina. Introduction In my previous post, I showed how to extract proper names … Continue reading Genius loci (Part 2): Mapping places from Japanese texts
This is a guest post by Aleksandra Piskunova. Have you ever wondered how readable texts are? What even makes a … Continue reading Measuring Readability of Texts: Theory and Practice (Part 1)
Call for Papers for the Digital Orientalist conference 2023 Abstract deadline: April 15th Paper submission deadline: May 26th We are no … Continue reading Sustainability in the DH.