With the proliferation of digital tools and databases meant to engage a wide range of users from the serious scholar … Continue reading Convincing DH: Jing Hu, “Mining networks in MARKUS: A study of Chosŏn interpreters’ trade networks in Qing China”
The Autographic Atlas of Korea (AAOK) is a digital project and website that presents a rare opportunity for scholars from … Continue reading Autographic Atlas of Korea: Interview with Dr. Maya Stiller
It’s no secret that the South Korean government has invested heavily in digitizing and making available a large amount of … Continue reading NRICH: An extensive online resource for Korean cultural heritage
For the past decade, cultural heritage institutions across the globe have been dabbling with the digital realm by employing multimedia … Continue reading Cultural Heritage Online: What do we lose when exhibitions go digital?
Doing archival research in the 21st century has many advantages. We are no longer confined to working long hours in … Continue reading Personal image management software rec from an art historian: Tropy
In a previous post I briefly presented some of the richest and most commonly used online resources for Korean Studies. … Continue reading DH in Korea: The Digital Humanities Lab at the Academy of Korean Studies
This year, scholars and students across the globe have been forced to conduct research and gather materials for their projects … Continue reading A brief introduction to some digital resources for Korean Studies