Monthly Archives: October 2015

Towards a Scalable Digital Library of Pre-Modern Chinese: From Static Database to Evolving Platform

Presentation at Harvard University, “Advancing Digital Scholarship in Japanese Studies: Innovations and Challenges” Workshop, 7 November 2015 Belfer Case Study Room, CGIS, 9.00 am In the ten years since first going online, the Chinese Text Project has gradually expanded from … Continue reading

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Textual Relationships in the Pre-Qin and Han Corpus: A Digital Approach

Seminar at Harvard University, Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, 26 October 2015 Room S153, CGIS South Building, 12.00 Textual parallels among early Chinese transmitted texts are extensive and widespread, often reflecting complex textual histories involving repeated transcription, compilation, and editing … Continue reading

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Exploring Text Reuse in the Pre-Qin and Han Corpus

Presentation at Harvard University, Computational Methods for Chinese History: A “Digging into Data Challenge” Training Workshop, 17 October 2015. Science Center, Room B09, 3.15pm.

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