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Japanese Digital Humanities Workshop

Japanese Digital Humanities Workshop, Nov 29-Dec 2, 2016

A Digital Humanities Clinic:
New Frontiers in Japanese Literary Studies

November 29 (Tuesday) 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. | Research Library (Charles E. Young) West Classroom (YRL Room 23167) | Pre-registration required.  Contact Tomoko Bialock

Japanese Digital Humanities:
I. A Hands-on Introduction

November 30 (Wednesday) 12:00 p.m.– 3:00 p.m. | Research Library (Charles E. Young) West Classroom (YRL Room 23167) | Open to UCLA faculty, students, and staff.  RSVP required.

II. Lecture in M120 Introduction to Japanese Linguistics
December 1 (Thursday) 11:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m. | Public Affairs Building Room 2232 | Limited to the Class M120.  Contact Prof. Shoichi Iwasaki

For more information, see below.

Additional readings:

1. Hyakunin Isshu as a Mini Database / Catherine Ryu ( Michigan State University)

2. On Structure and Style in the Dai Nihon Shi / Aliz Horvath (University of Chicago)

3. On Late Medieval Forgery Production / Paula R. Curtis (University of Michigan)

4. The Epigraphy of Business Documents / Raja Adal (University of Pittsburgh)

5. On the Politics of Text / Amy Catalinac (New York University)

5. On the Language of Empire in Taiyo Magazine (1895-1925) / Molly Des Jardin (University of Pennsylvania)

6. Political Discourse in Early Meiji Japan / Mark Ravina (Emory University)

7. Mapping Medical Edo/Tokyo / Susan Burns (University of Chicago)

8. Can You Sing a Map? / Joel Legassie (University of Victoria)

9. On Scale / Jonathan Zwicker (University of California, Berkeley)

10. On Collecting Data / Jonathan Abel (Penn State University)

11. On Aozora Bunko as Archive / Hoyt Long (University of Chicago)

12. On Japanese Corpora and Tokenization / Toshinobu Ogiso (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics)

Library News

  • Digital scholarship workshop offered by North American Coordinating Council on Japanese Library Resources (NCC): Advancing Digital Scholarship in Japanese Studies: Innovations and Challenges, at Harvard on November 6-7, 2015.
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