Digital Humanities Asia 2018 Summit

This is an Archive of a Past Event

With support from the Mellon Foundation, the American Council of Learned Societies, the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, and multiple departments, centers, and divisions at Stanford University, the DHAsia 2018 Summit will focus on four (4) areas of research that represent both the core of DH as a whole, as well as areas in which Asian Studies scholars have been underserved and under-resourced: (1) the Spatial Analysis of Asian Human Geographies, (2) Text Mining and Computational Analysis of Asian & Non-Latin Scripts, (3) Network Analysis of Non-Western social formations, and (4) the development of Digital Humanities tools and platforms designed for the unique challenges of Asian Studies scholarship.

- A. Sean Pue, Michigan State University
- Amanda Shuman, University of Freiburg
- Anatoly Detwyler, Columbia University
- Cécile Armand, Mellon/DHAsia Postdoc, Stanford University
- Chang Lung-chih, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica
- Charles Chang, Stanford University
- Chen Jing, Nanjing University
- Chen Shih-Pei, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
- Christian Henriot, Aix-Marseille University
- Debashree Mukherjee, Columbia University
- Donald Sturgeon, Harvard University
- Elias Muhanna, Brown University
- Gil Ben-Herut, University of South Florida
- Hilde De Weerdt, Leiden University
- Hoyt Long, University of Chicago
- Hyun-Joo Kim, Yonsei University
- Ian Morley, Chinese University of Hong Kong
- Jae-Yon Lee, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
- Javier Cha, Seoul National University
- Jeffrey Tharsen, University of Chicago
- Jon Keune, Michigan State University
- Kaoru Ueda, Stanford University
- Kevin McDowell, University of Oregon
- Lik Hang Tsui, Harvard University
- Lisa Nguyen, Stanford University
- Liu Chao-Lin, National Chengzhi University
- Marcus Bingenheimer, Temple University
- Matthew Thomas Miller, University of Maryland
- Michael Stanley-Baker, Max Planck
- Michelle Damian, Monmouth College
- Paul Vierthaler, Leiden University
- Ruth Mostern, University of Pittsburgh
- Ryo Morimoto, Harvard University
- Sangyop Lee, Stanford University
- Sarah Frederick, Boston University
- Sarah Ketchley, University of Washington
- Táňa Dluhošová, Oriental Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences
- Tani Barlow, Rice University
- Thomas S. Mullaney, Stanford University
- Tina Lu, Yale University
- Tom Cramer, Stanford University
- Tom Derrick, British Library
- Tu Hsieh-Chang, National Taiwan University
- Xenia Zeiler, University of Helsinki

Thomas S. Mullaney, Associate Professor of Chinese History, Stanford University

Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, Stanford University Libraries, Humanities Center, East Asia Library, Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis (CESTA), Center for South Asia, History Department, Center for East Asian Studies, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, CREEES Center for Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies

Conference is free and open to the public, but registration is HIGHLY appreciated. Coffee breaks will be provided for attendees, but NO meals will be provided to anyone other than conference speakers.

Schedule and Parking information coming soon.