Online Presentation Schedule

The Digital Humanities International Summer Workshop, co-founded by Peking University, Harvard University, and Princeton University, successfully concluded its inaugural session, which ran from July 30th to August 12th at Peking University. On August 26, 2023, at 19:30, CST, seven student teams will present their project outcomes online. Friends from the DH communities are warmly invited to attend!

The workshop welcomed 83 students from 59 institutions across 14 countries. The curriculum was enriched by the contributions of eight scholars from China, the USA, the UK, and Germany, specializing in areas such as Chinese History Studies, NLP, and Library and Information Science. Adopting a project-driven approach, after intensive lectures in the first week, 17 research topics were formed, with most topics consisting of interdisciplinary teams made up of 3 to 5 students from both the humanities and sciences. During the second week, student teams transitioned from their classrooms to the Peking University Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, where they concurrently advanced their projects under the close supervision of their instructors. This culminated in the production of 17 research posters, which were showcased in a self-organized poster forum, capped off with a celebratory closing feast.

On August 26 at 19:30, seven student teams will present their project outcomes online. The schedule is as follows:

# Online Presentation Schedule for the Summer Workshop

# Date and Time

August 26, 2023, from 19:30 to 22:00, CST (opens new window)

# Guest Reviewers

  • Chu-Ren Huang (黃居仁), Chair Professor at The Hong Kog Polytechnic University
  • Rui Shi (史睿), Deputy Director of the Center for Ancient Chinese History Studies, Peking University
  • Shi-Pei Chen (陈诗沛), Senior Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Germany
  • Paul Vierthaler, Assistant Professor at the College of William & Mary, USA

# 19:30~21:00 Chinese Presentation Session

  • Opening Remarks from Journal Editorial Board
  • Student Team Presentations in Chinese, 15 minutes each:
    • The Networks of Marketplaces in the Middle of Shandong During the Late Qing Dynasty and Republic of China -- Based on the Local Gazetteers(基于地方志的晚清民国鲁中基层市场网络探析)
    • Where to Prosper: Spatial Network Perspective on “Jiangnan Academic Community” of Qing-Dynasty Confucianism (空间关系视角下的清代“江南学术共同体”问题再榷)
    • Medical System and Health Space in Modern Beijing City (1928-1942): A Geospatial Analysis (民国北京城内医疗卫生空间分析)
    • Research on Core Concepts of Song-Ming Neo-Confucianism (宋明理学核心概念研究)
  • Comments & Q&A Session - 20 minutes

# 21:00~22:30 English Presentation Session

  • Opening Remarks from Journal Editorial Board
  • Student Team Presentations in English, 15 minutes each:
    • Exploration of Poetics and Academic Relationship of Jiangxi School of Poetry Based on Quantitative Analysis (基于定量分析的江西诗派诗学与学缘探析)
    • ‘In a World Illuminated by Words’: A Diachronic, Quantitative Analysis of Mu Dan's Poetic Style (基于文本风格计量的穆旦生命史探索)
    • Exploring Su Shi's Social Network Dynamics 1092-1096:A Digital Humanities Approach(鸿飞那复计东西——苏轼交际网络演变研究,1092-1096)
    • The Transformation of the Concept of "Fu Nv 婦女 (Women)" in Modern Chinese Newspapers and Magazines (从晚清民国报刊看“妇女”概念的变迁)
  • Comments & Q&A Session - 20 minutes