Patterns and Networks in Classical Chinese Literature: Notes from the Digital Frontier

 

Conference Announcement
Patterns and Networks in Classical Chinese Literature: Notes from the Digital Frontier

Twelve scholars from around the globe will present examples of the groundbreaking research taking place at the intersection of digital humanities and classical Chinese literary studies. Covering poetry, prose, fiction, history, linguistics, and philosophy over the course of two millennia, these studies will show how computing technologies can help researchers uncover previously unseen patterns and networks in their materials, shedding new light on premodern texts.

When: February 9-10, 2018
Where: 6020 HSSB, UC Santa Barbara

For more information, please visit http://www.ihc.ucsb.edu/event/conference-patterns-networks-classical-chinese-literature-notes-digital-frontier/.

2 thoughts on “Patterns and Networks in Classical Chinese Literature: Notes from the Digital Frontier

  1. Unfortunately, there will not. However, we will be publishing the research presented at this conference in a special issue of the Journal of Chinese Literature and Culture (see here), which will be made available in November 2018.

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