A driving idea behind our magazine is direct experience: If you want to learn DH, why not immediately write about … Continue reading Editors, Contributors, and What we do at the Digital Orientalist
The following is the schedule of the Digital Orientalist’s 2022 Zoom conference “Infrastructures.” You can find titles and abstracts here; … Continue reading Infrastructures. The Digital Orientalist’s 2022 online conference.
The Digital Orientalist’s conference is approaching. Join us on June 25th for a series of talks presenting new ideas and … Continue reading Infrastructures. The Digital Orientalist’s 2022 Conference
In my most recent post, I overviewed how fonts operate, and the steps involved in transforming unknown orthographic structures in … Continue reading Of fonts and men. A few thoughts
The headache of working with archaic Chinese orthographies Technologically, we scholars of the 21st century are spoiled. We sit at … Continue reading Just give me a font!
Guest piece by Casey Schoenberger. The following is an introduction to a digital humanities project I completed over the past … Continue reading An Introduction to the Nine Modes Manual Online
An old mantra among digital circles: online resources to access material circulating in digital formats are so numerous that it … Continue reading Shuge: the world’s libraries. Or, just a website that works for you.
Sometimes I miss watching movies with commercial interruptions, at the theater or on television. Not only were they a great … Continue reading Old Chinese Prêt-à-porter. A double-edged sword.
My previous posts introduced a series of online resources and databases that have become essential tools for the study of … Continue reading Some Reflections on Online Resources for Chinese Palaeography
My previous post introduced a fundamental bit of knowledge to work with online resources for Chinese Palaeography, namely the difference between graphs … Continue reading Online Resources for Chinese Palaeography – Part Two