Bodies and Structures, a Scalar-based teaching and research platform mainly focused on Japanese spatial histories and their connections to other … Continue reading (Re)Mapping Spatial History: An Overview of the Bodies and Structures Platform
In the mid-90s, I was an undergraduate student taking Latin and Japanese classes. People looked at me as if I … Continue reading Missionary Linguistics – Latin, Portuguese and Japanese resources online
This article has been contributed by James Frances Loftus III. Information about the author is included at the end of … Continue reading Examining the Merits of 3D Sliced Segmental Extraction: A Case Study of Prehistoric Japanese Ceramics
Long term readers of the Digital Orientalist will likely remember pieces that I wrote on “Digital Resources for Japanese Palaeography” … Continue reading Minna de Honkoku and the Cambridge Summer School in Japanese Early Modern Palaeography: An Interview, Part 1
The volume of digitally available Japanese research materials and the databases that hold them are increasing by the year. This … Continue reading “I Just Want the Data!”: A Short Guide to GSI Japan for Non-Japanese-Speaking Users
With the rise of smartphone technology, the market for electronic dictionaries (J. Denshi jisho 電子辞書) has gradually shrunk. When I … Continue reading Denshi Jisho: Are they still worth your time?
Untitled.Showa is a platform that uses crowdsourcing in an attempt to uncover information about and (re)unite a number of old … Continue reading An Interview with Untitled.Showa
Lu Wang’s recent two-piece series (part 1 and part 2) on using Voyant Tools to analyse Chinese language texts captured … Continue reading Using Voyant Tools with Historical Japanese Texts