NEWS

【イベント報告】国際シンポジウム“International Conference on Digital Media and Charting the Geography of Power in East Asia”(ケンブリッジ大学)

Date: 28-30 June 2017
Location: Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge

ケンブリッジ大学で開催したカンファンレス”Digital Media and Charting the Geography of Power in East Asia”の様子 »
http://warcrimesandempire.com/blog/2017/06/28/digital-media-and-charting-the-geography-of-power-in-east-asia/

Program:
Day 1, June 28, Wednesday
Group Discussion: goals, necessity of digital humanities, what are our aims?

Day 2, June 29, Thursday
1. Barak Kushner, University of Cambridge
Creating a Visual Database and Charting Japanese War Crimes and Sites of Chinese Justice in Postwar East Asia
2. Paul D. Barclay, Lafayette College, USA
Needs and Opportunities: International and Cross-Institutional Collaboration in Visual Sources in Modern East Asian History
3. Jeff Kurashige, Keio University, Japan
A Digital Mirror of the Azuma Kagami: Deconstructing the First Shogunate’s Narrative of Statebuilding”
4. Kishi Toshihiko, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
How Can We Distinguish Propaganda from Publicity in Pre-War East Asia Photos? Using Asahi Shimbun Historical Photo Archive
5. Hara Shōichirō, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
Digital Transcription of Japanese Classical Materials and their Application to GIS: Case Study of Historical Earthquakes Database
6. Kameda Akihiro, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Japan
Let’s Share Metadata: About Linked Archive of Asian Postcards Project

Day 3, June 30, Friday
Meeting and Discussion with Digital Humanities Specialists from Cambridge University Library
1. Huw Jones, Head of Cambridge University Library Digital Unit
Introducing us to what is happening in the digital humanities
2. Hal Blackburn, Senior Software Developer for Cambridge University Library
Introduction to methods in digital humanities
General discussion by all