Monthly Archives: November 2017

University of Tokyo Hands-on ctext.org Workshop

Thanks to the help of Professor Nagasaki Kiyonori, I am thrilled to be holding this hands-on workshop covering usage of the Chinese Text Project and Text Tools in Tokyo this December. Details follow: Digital Research Tools for Pre-modern Chinese Texts … Continue reading

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Digital Research Tools for Pre-modern Chinese Texts

Interactive workshop 9:00am-12:00pm, November 18, 2017, held in B129, Northwest Building, 52 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA 02138 [Download slides] Digital methods offer increasingly powerful tools to aid in the study and analysis of historical written works, both through exploratory techniques … Continue reading

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Unsupervised identification of text reuse in early Chinese literature

This paper will appear in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (currently available in “Advance articles”). Text reuse in early Chinese transmitted texts is extensive and widespread, often reflecting complex textual histories involving repeated transcription, compilation, and editing spanning many centuries … Continue reading

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Linking, sharing, merging: sustainable digital infrastructure for complex biographical data

Paper to be presented at Biographical Data in a Digital World, 6 November 2017, Linz. In modeling complex humanities data, projects working within a particular domain often have overlapping but distinct priorities and goals. One common result of this is … Continue reading

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